Found in 415 Collections and/or Records:
Suggested reply for Conservative candidates to a question on the abolition of the entertainments tax.
Table showing the changes in rateable values and rates between 1928/9 and 1929/30 in various county boroughs and county districts.
Minute by Sir Alfred Hurst to James Grigg on the proposed scheme of rating reform, particularly as it would effect London and parishes in the Epping Division of Essex.
Note from [WSC] to [James Grigg] asking for clarification of figures on the rating of places in his constituency [Epping, Essex] produced by Sir Alfred Hurst.
Letter from J H Anderson (Lexham Gardens, [London]) to WSC congratulating him [on his appointment as Under-Secretary of State for the Colonies] and making suggestions for local taxation. Annotated in shorthand.
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.
Printed circular letter issued by the Financial Reform Association (18 Hackins Hey, Liverpool) on the raising of revenue by direct and indirect taxation.
Letter from W M Pressly (Hawthorn Bank, Scarcroft Road, York) to WSC outlining the policies of his proposed "Progressive Party",including penny postage, cheaper foodstuffs and reduced income tax funded by a tax on betting and national and Empire lotteries.
Amendments and explanatory memoranda relating to the Finance Bill.
The Finance Bill.
Letter from W Stimpson, president of the Manchester Chamber of Commerce, to WSC expressing the approval of himself and his colleagues for the Budget, particularly the determination to maintain the Sinking Fund and not to raise taxation.
Letter from Lord Randolph Churchill (2 Connaught Place [London]) to [Louis] Jennings in which he discusses measures likely to be implemented by the Chancellor of the Exchequer [George Goschen] including the taxation of foreign goods and expresses approval for an article by [4th Lord] Dunraven in the National Review.
Letter from Lord Randolph Churchill (Floors Castle [Kelso, Roxburghshire, Scotland]) to [Louis] Jennings in which he discusses his opposition to the taxation of foreign imports as it would alienate the county population and asks whether there has been any developments about [Robert, 3rd] Lord Salisbury's opposition to reconstruction.
The papers cover all Wolff's positions in the Conservative Party: his work in the Research Department, 1965-70; then as Special Adviser to the Government, 1970-74 (the files from this period are the most numerous, containing Government papers); then Director-General of the Party. Particular sequences in the papers include the reports of the Opinion Research Centre, a large number of subject files and files relating to the 1970 General Election, particularly speeches.
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.