Found in 86 Collections and/or Records:
Minutes on subjects including: the energy crisis; Concorde; relations between Europe and the United States; oil supplies and European foreign policy; a meeting with Egon Bahr; JA's visit to Yugoslavia and meeting with President Josip Tito; progress towards European Monetary Union; European policy on the Mediterranean.
Sones speaks to Barnard as the Supreme Court ruled that the Government acted unlawfully when proroguing Parliament. Barnard discusses who takes the blame for this, she does not believe Geoffrey Cox is to blame. Barnard is not concerned about criticism of the judiciary as long as it is about their legal decision, not their 'bias'.
Side 1 includes: press interviews during NK's visit to the European Parliament on various aspects of European political and monetary union and the British view of federalism; press interviews during a visit to the London Docklands, on development of the Thames riverside.
Side 2 (the first 30 minutes are very low volume): interview on subjects including Europe and a think tank on improving the systems of government.
Includes a press conference in Cardiff [Wales], an interview and speeches by NK on the launch of the European socialist manifesto for the European elections, 1989. Includes other speakers, mainly in French.
Letters on NR's resignation from the government
"My Political Life", volume IV: correspondence with Count Coudenhove-Kalergi on European unity, 1939-55, 1939 - 1975-08
Correspondence, notes and draft appendix. Also includes some correspondence with [Alfred] Duff Cooper, Minister of Information, then British Ambassador to France [later 1st Lord Norwich] and Richard Law, Minister of State for Foreign Affairs [later 1st Lord Coleraine] on Richard Coudenhove-Kalergi's exaggerated ideas of the popularity of the Pan-European Union.
Press conference and interviews for the launch of Labour’s European Election campaign, on plans for joining the European Union and the Exchange Rate Mechanism, including speeches by NK and Roy Hattersley.
The material covers much of Lord Duncan-Sandys public life. Papers, reports and correspondence document the ministries in which he served and there are also constituency correspondence, speeches, publications, press cuttings and photographs. A number of papers exist relating to his involvement in the campaign to restore Capital Punishment, the European Movement and the Civic Trust.
Papers and correspondence, on subjects including: the Confederation of European Socialist Parties (and NK’s candidacy for its Presidency, 1992); Socialist International; European monetary and political union, particularly relating to the Political and Economic and the Monetary Intergovernmental Conferences and the Maastricht Treaty; the British Labour Group in the European Parliament (from June 1990 known as the European Parliamentary Labour Party, EPLP); Eastern Europe.
Press conference with speeches by NK, Bryan Gould and Jack Cunningham for the European election campaign, 1989-06-14
Subjects include: environmental policy; the European Social Charter; the role of the European Parliament; polling; a possible rise in interest rates; Margaret Thatcher's support for Nigel Lawson, Chancellor of the Exchequer; joining the European Exchange Rate Mechanism.
Press review of a European Parliament Socialist Bureau meeting in London, a pensioners’ rally and a European textiles forum in Bradford, Yorkshire.
Footage of Prime Minister’s Questions, mainly on Britain’s opt out from the European Social Chapter.
Draft notes for NK’s address to the Shadow Cabinet on subjects including the Policy Review, economic plans, policy towards Europe. Also includes rough notes from the meeting and a brief for a meeting with Jacques Delors [President, Commission of the European Economic Community] and other European commissioners.
Subjects include: JA's biography of Joseph Chamberlain; Eastern Europe; the European Defence Community; the Lancashire textile industry; Yugoslavia; the future of Europe.
Subjects include: the philosophy of Toryism; defence; the referendum on Britain staying in the European Community; the Government's economic policy; cuts in the housing subsidy; the procurement of fighter aircraft for NATO; inflation; the situation in Rhodesia [later Zambia and Zimbabwe]; détente in southern Africa; Britain's place in Europe; the aviation industry; British policy in the Middle East.
Subjects include: the Conservative Party and Imperial Preference; the Suez Canal [Egypt]; Anglo-American relations; South East Asia; the European Defence Community; economic policy; foreign policy; a United Europe.
Also includes a letter from Sir Frederick Sykes to Florence Amery, commenting on a speech by JA on Suez.
Subjects include: a tribute to Desmond Donnelly; economic policy; the philosophy of Toryism; Britain's place in Europe; the [? Oct 1974] General Election; foreign policy; Cyprus; defence; Northern Ireland; the miners' strike.
Subjects include: how far to trust the new Soviet regime; conditions in Angola; Ethiopia, Somalia and the Sudan; policy on Northern Ireland; a united Europe; self-determination for the countries of Eastern Europe; the Official Secrets Bill.
Subjects include: youth employment; Thatcherism; cuts in education spending; the disastrous result of the 1979 General Election for Wales; European policy and the Common Market; the 1979 Budget.