Found in 415 Collections and/or Records:
Committees and Policy Groups: papers of the Economic Reconstruction Group, November 1975-August 1977, 1975-11 - 1977-08
Includes minutes and papers of the Group (many by Adam Ridley, Conservative Research Department, Secretary), on countering inflation, the price code, the social contract, small businesses, liberating free enterprise and taxation, the proprietary company and incomes policy; the final report of the Nationalised Industries Policy Group, July 1977; and a paper on the social market economy in Germany by Konrad Zweig, July 1977
Comprising correspondence and papers about projects, visits and ideas.
Correspondence, briefing papers and speech drafts received from Professor Douglas Hague (Deputy Director, Manchester Business School), April 1977-May 1979, 1977-04 - 1979-05
Includes MT’s handwritten notes
Includes his notes for MT: "Price Commission", 27 June 1978; "Aide memoire on competition policy", 8 January 1979, circulated with papers by the Conservative Research Department, including a note on, "Crisis report, Thursday February 8th 1979" reporting on the ‘Winter of Discontent’; and "Tax/Government expenditure policy", 19 April 1979
Photos and cartoons of WSC and General Election, economy, Russia, income tax, war reparations.
Four series of anthropological files relating to Uganda.
Group minutes and papers, including papers on the unfair burden of VAT and excise duties on the poor and on capital gains tax.
Correspondence on taxation legislation in the Finance Bill, with correspondents including: William Ross; John Moore, Financial Secretary to the Treasury (4); [Mostyn] Neil Hamilton; Robert Jackson; B J Holbeche, Parliamentary Director, National Farmers' Union (3); Barney Hayhoe [Bernard Hayhoe], Minister of State, Treasury.
Also includes: brief by the National Farmers' Union; Bank of England article on funding the public sector borrowing requirement, 1952-1983.
Cuttings and prints of articles and papers written by LSA on subjects including: military tactical policy; defence from the imperial standpoint; the Australian tariff; South Africa and Imperial Preference; some practical steps towards an Imperial Constitution; cavalry equipment and training; Hudson Bay [Canada] and its coasts.
Cuttings and prints of articles by LSA on subjects including: Imperial administration, particularly in India; wage conditions; tariff reform; Imperial policy, including constitutional measures, defence and the economy; a tribute to Joseph Chamberlain.
The papers cover every aspect of Lord Noel-Baker's very full and varied career and include constituency papers, Labour Party material, extensive sections on domestic and international affairs, peace and disarmament, sport, books and articles, speeches and correspondence.
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.