Found in 398 Collections and/or Records:
Briefings and timetables for receptions, mainly held by trades unions, also including: notes on Labour’s nuclear power policy; a record of Conference decisions; the USDAW [Union of Shop, Distributive and Allied Workers] low pay campaign pack; a list of union-sponsored MPs; information paper on quotes to be used against the Conservatives.
Briefings and timetables for receptions, mainly held by trades unions, including a briefing for a meeting with Erdal Inonu, leader of the Turkish Social Democratic and Populist Party.
Briefings and timetables for receptions, mainly held by trades unions, also including a survey of company donations to the Conservatives, a Trades Union Co-ordination committee report on company donations, a list of union-sponsored MPs, and an account of an interview given by Arthur Scargill [President, National Union of Mineworkers] on the union’s legal problems following the Miners’ Strike.
Briefings and timetables for receptions, mainly held by trades unions, also including: European Parliament Socialist Group booklets; papers from various union campaigns.
Briefings and timetables for receptions, mainly held by trades unions, also including text of NK’s speech in tribute to Bernt Carlsson and a proposal to create a party database for use in debates.
Questions answered by NK on subjects including: accountability within the party; pollution from power stations and acid rain; winning rural areas; the trade deficit and modernising the industrial base; the Alton Bill reducing the time limit on abortion; the Education Reform Bill; accusations that the leadership was distancing itself from the trades unions; supporting local government and an alternative to the Poll Tax.
Questions answered by NK on subjects including: housing; the trades union ban in GCHQ; the timing of the Party Conference; funding for Wales; share ownership; the role of the unions in the Labour Party; financial support for students; pension policy; strengthening the shipping industry; the accountability of the security services; relations with Europe; the need for proportional representation.
Memorandum from WSC to Sir Warren Fisher [Permanent Secretary, Treasury] and Sir Russell Scott [Controller, Treasury], 22 Feb 1927
Memorandum from WSC on the proposed Trade Unions bill and the Civil Service, commenting "Everyone knows that efforts were made to get the Civil Service to strike" during the General Strike. Typescript.
Paper on the "rights and wrongs" of the coal dispute which led to the General Strike on subjects including: slump in trade in coal; subsidy of miners' wages; report of the Coal Commission and reaction of the miners; attitude of the coal owners; failure of negotiations; and rates of pay for miners. Typescript. In file of papers labelled "Various reports issued during Strike".
Includes rough notes of a lunch with representatives of the Transport and General Workers Union (TGWU) on subjects including union elections, the redevelopment of Cardiff Bay and the Rechem hazardous waste incinerator in Pontypool [Wales]. Also includes brief notes from a meeting with a Russian delegation.
Official: Board of Trade: Continental Unemployment Insurance and Labour Exchanges: notes and printed papers., 28 Sep 1908 - 27 Aug 1909
Official: Board of Trade: Trades Unions, Unemployment Insurance: notes and papers., 28 May 1907 - 13 Sep 1909
Includes: unemployment graphs from the trades unions, 1899-1909; a memorandum on Unemployment Insurance and the benefits in the principal unions; a memorandum on the growth of the trades unions, with particular reference to unemployment benefit; a memorandum on the influence of the unions on labour exchanges and unemployment insurance.
Complete set of the British Gazette.
Official: Cabinet: Committee on the Report of the Royal Commission on the Coal Industry: correspondence., 19 Aug 1926 - 17 Sep 1926
Correspondents on the settlement of the coal dispute include: Sir Philip Cunliffe-Lister [earlier Sir Philip Lloyd-Greame, later 1st Lord Swinton], President of the Board of Trade (7); 7th Lord Londonderry [earlier Lord Castlereagh]; Stanley Baldwin [Prime Minister] (4).Also includes: letters from WSC to Baldwin (8).