Found in 37 Collections and/or Records:
Includes: recordings of television interviews with NK and other members of the Shadow Cabinet; recordings of news bulletins featuring NK and Labour; recordings of speeches from Conference; party political broadcasts and election broadcasts; political documentaries; recordings of Prime Minister’s Questions, from the House of Commons.
The archives of the Appointments Board and its successor, the Careers Service comprise the full range of operational records of the boards for men and women, separately and post-amalgamation. In this catalogue, the term Appointments Board before 1974 refers to the service provided for men only.
Committees and Policy Groups: Leader's Consultative Committee, Policy Sub-Committee (MT did not attend), Includes copy minutes July 1975-May 1978 & November 1978, 1975-07 - 1978-11
Comprising correspondence and papers about projects, visits and ideas.
Correspondence with various ITV television companies and briefings, on television interviews with NK, particularly a World in Action programme on Labour’s policies for employment and reindustrialisation, and also interviews on the miners’ strike, the state of the economy and NK’s record as Labour leader.
Interview with Catherine McKinnell MP: Carillion and apprenticeships and childcare vouchers, 2018-01-17
Research project proposal by Peter Ashby, with earlier outline by Charles Clarke [Head of NK’s office].
Scrapbook of photographs; cuttings from the Cambridge Evening News, Cambridge Review, and other publications; and letters, relating to the Cambridge University Typewriting Office, Cambridge luminaries, and Cambridge life in general.
Includes correspondence with Ronald Hooker, Sir Geoffrey Howe MP, James Prior MP and Kenneth Warren MP
Papers relating to employment, mainly press releases by the Department of Employment, June 1978-March 1979, 1978-06 - 1979-03
Includes copy of Sir Keith Joseph's, "Conditions for fuller employment" (Centre for Policy Studies, 1978), annotated by MT
Papers relating to the Women in Science, Engineering and Technology Initiative (WiSETI), 1993 - 2007
Includes: notes for convenors, policy criteria for phase 2 and papers and rough notes of NK’s remarks to meetings of convenor groups; papers for a meeting of the group secretaries, particularly on phase 2; annotated draft reports of the Productive and Competitive Economy group, Economic Equality group, People at Work group and Democracy for the Individual and the Community group; drafts of introduction to the Statement of Democratic Socialist Aims and Values.
Minutes, submissions and papers from group meetings, on subjects including: electoral reform; freedom of information; women’s rights; lesbian and gay rights; children’s rights; employment and social security; legal advice services and legal aid; a Bill of Rights; legal rights.
Includes: speech notes on the future of work; text of March 1989 Nottingham lecture on Labour economic policy; notes on the economic sections of the Policy Review on economic equality and efficiency and people at work; various briefing papers including Low Pay Unit analysis of the 1989 Budget and source material for speeches.
Discussion papers on a new policy for the over-55s, flexible retirement and flexible working time.
Minutes, submissions and papers from group meetings, on subjects including: training; polling on employment and the unions; fair play at work; the employment gap between the black and white communities; Britain in the 1990s; economic trends. Also includes correspondence between John Eatwell [economic adviser to NK], Michael Meacher [employment secretary] and Edward Haigh, Assistant General Secretary, Transport and General Workers’ Union (TGWU).
Draft of the group’s report, with comments, notes on the work of the group and papers from group meetings, on subjects including: employment, education and training; industrial relations; poverty and inequality; Britain in the 1990s; London labour markets; economic trends; common themes in the economics review groups; socialism and production; economic prospects.
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.