Found in 24 Collections and/or Records:
Political: Constituency, out of seat: West Leicester election: correspondence., 13 Nov 1923 - 31 Dec 1923
Correspondents include: Sir Jonathan North; Sir George Barstow [Controller of Supply Services Treasury] on the Capital Levy; Ronald Allen [Liberal MP for south division of Leicester] on WSC's defeat.Subjects include: WSC's candidature; the implications of Frederick Pethick-Lawrence's [Labour candidate, subsequently MP for West Leicester] proposed Capital Levy.
Political: Constituency: Woodford [Essex]: correspondence about the general election., Aug 1951 - Nov 1951
Political: Constituency: Woodford [Essex]: papers and correspondence for the general election., Apr 1955 - Jun 1955
Public and Political: General: Political: correspondence from members of the general public (mainly messages of support for WSC) and pressure groups at the time of the 1951 general election., Oct 1951 - Nov 1951
Public and Political: General: Political: Correspondence N-R (most material dates from 1951)., Oct 1946 - Nov 1951
Speeches: House of Commons and Non-House of Commons: Speech notes and source material., 18 Feb 1950 - 26 May 1950
Speeches: Non House of Commons: Speech notes, press cuttings and source material., [Jan]  - 03 Apr 1929
Speeches: Non House of Commons: Speech notes, press cuttings and source material., 23 Jun 1928 - 28 Nov 1928
Leaflets issued by the Liberal Publication Department, covering the budget of 1907, land reform and small holdings, registration of voters and Conservative proposals for Tariff Reform and the abolition of income tax. 6 items.
Letter from Sir Charles Trevelyan to WSC, on the possibility of him joining the Liberal Party, outlining the common ground between Unionist Free Traders and the Liberals, and also the differences such as Irish Home Rule, the liquor monopoly, local taxation, and state regulation of sweated industries.
Letter from WSC (Home Office) to King Edward VII describing events in the House of Commons including: discussion of an amendment relating to the hops industry; the weak position of the government due to the disillusionment of their supporters regarding legislation on the constitution and veto of the House of Lords; the necessity of a statement on the subject by the Prime Minister [Herbert Asquith] so that financial business, including discussion of the naval estimates, may be continued.
Letter from WSC (Home Office) to King Edward VII describing events in the House of Commons including: the strengthened position of the Government due to the passage of the Budget through the House of Commons; the impressive position of the British economy; and the debate between the Chancellor of the Exchequer [David Lloyd George] and [William] O'Brien.