Found in 64 Collections and/or Records:
Questions answered by NK on subjects including: Welsh nationalism; a national minimum wage; the electricity industry; nuclear disarmament.
The interview at Gwynedd Hospital (and also at a station where the recording is partially drowned out by platform announcements) is on subjects including local housing and health funding issues, including an arson campaign in north Wales, and the ban on trades unions at GCHQ.
Photocopied articles, press releases and interviews on subjects including: the practice of freedom; defence and nuclear disarmament; NK’s green credentials; and the rights of immigrants in Europe. Includes a letter from Hanif Kureishi explaining that he had been set up into giving an interview critical of NK; NK’s interview with NME; text of Mikhail Gorbachev’s address to the UN on nuclear disarmament.
Briefing and arrangements for and notes on NK’s meeting with Gorbachev during his visit to London as leader of the Parliamentary Delegation from the Soviet Union. Subjects include the demilitarisation of space, reductions in strategic and nuclear weapons and human rights. Also includes press briefing and transcript of a Weekend World television broadcast on the visit.
Notes for NK’s meetings with Lord Carrington, Secretary-General of NATO, and General Bernard Rogers, Supreme Allied Commander, Europe, on Labour’s commitment to British membership of NATO and to a non-nuclear defence policy.
Subjects include: changes to Labour under NK's leadership; the economy; relations with the Soviet Union and nuclear arms reduction.
Subjects include: AHM's view of the foreign policy of [James] Harold Wilson, Prime Minister, particularly on Rhodesia [later Zambia and Zimbabwe]; the Frankfurt Auschwitz trials of Nazi war criminals; frosty relations between West Germany and the Soviet Union; nuclear disarmament talks in Geneva [Switzerland]; the German elections; the Common Market negotiations, January 1966.
Comprising a scrapbook of newspaper cuttings from local and national newspapers, about the nuclear situation, the H-bomb, and King-Hall's book. Includes cuttings by Captain Liddell Hart, and Michael Foot.
Includes: papers on the organisation of NK’s office and division of responsibilities; analysis of correspondence; note on the organisation of campaigning, policy and research; outline for 1984-85; team meetings; notes from NK’s visit to the United States in 1984; note on polling strategy; evaluation of speeches by NK; outline for late 1983; note for NK’s speech at a Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament rally; notes on Prime Minister’s Questions.
Includes material related to the Pugwash conference and the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings.
Including notes, scrapbooks, letters, documents and diary entries.
Subjects include: Labour's policy on nuclear disarmament (side 1); Britain's relations with Jamaica and the Commonwealth, particularly South Africa (side 2); overseas aid, international development policy and the payment of overseas debt (side 2).
Subjects include: the miners’ strike; attempts to expel a member of Militant from the party; NK’s visit to the Soviet Union and talks with President Konstantin Chernenko on nuclear disarmament; disruption in Parliament from the hard Left; talks between the National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) and Libya; Shadow Cabinet elections.
Subjects include: battles with the Left; the miners’ strike; NK’s visit to the Soviet Union and talks with President Konstantin Chernenko on nuclear disarmament;
Subjects include: the miners’ strike; visit to Bradford City football ground [Yorkshire] after a fire; visit to Lancashire; visit to Bristol; visit to Loughborough and Leicester; rate-capping of local government budgets; visit to Swindon [Wiltshire]; visit to Devonport Dockyard, Plymouth; nuclear disarmament.
This series includes copies of transcripts and handwritten notes for published and non-published articles by Stephen King-Hall. The series also includes published pamphlets, and correspondence.
Includes speech and press conference by NK at [Cleator Moor, Cumbria], on the local sculptures by Conrad Atkinson in tribute to the mining industry, and a second speech on subjects including Labour's non-nuclear defence policy.
Subjects include: the teaching of English; the future of the welfare state; the "Victorian values" of Thatcherism; Labour’s education policy; unemployment and the economy; cuts to local services; the future of higher education; private education; the Conservative election manifesto; the suppression of an unfavourable report by the National Economic Development Office and the subsequent calling of the General Election; Labour’s non-nuclear defence policy.
Includes "the Bridgend speech" (Glamorgan, Wales), 7 June 83 and the John P. Mackintosh Memorial Lecture, at Edinburgh University, "Democratic Socialism or Social Democracy?". Other subjects include: the General Election campaign; non-nuclear defence; the need for a public enquiry into the sinking of the Argentine warship the General Belgrano, during the Falklands War; Labour’s economic programme; the threat to Labour from the Social Democrats.
Includes: NK’s speech for the Scottish Miners’ gala, on miners dismissed following the miners’ strike; NK’s speech at a Socialist International conference on nuclear disarmament; NK’s speech for the launch of the joint Labour Party and Trades Union Congress economic and social policy document, "A New Partnership, A New Britain". Other subjects include: world poverty; South Africa; the 40th anniversary of the United Nations; reform of the world trading and financial system.
Includes: speech for the launch of Labour’s Agenda for Women; speech to the Northampton rally; speech for the launch of Labour’s General Election manifesto; speech to the Welsh Party Conference, Llandudno; speech to the Welsh Trades Union Congress. Other subjects include: lessons from the Japanese economic experience; themes for the election; economic and industrial policy; Labour’s Policy Review, particularly relating to defence and nuclear disarmament; unemployment.
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.