Found in 418 Collections and/or Records:
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.
Local election campaign: visit to Derby, and BBC World Service "People and Politics" interview with NK, 1991-04
Official: Board of Trade: Anglo-French Commercial Relations: notes and papers., 22 Dec 1907 - 08 Nov 1909
Includes notes by Richard Haldane [Secretary of State for War] on the necessity for increased army estimates; balance sheets showing calculations of sources of revenue; and a memorandum on food taxes.Also includes a letter from Haldane to David Lloyd George [Chancellor of the Exchequer] on army estimates.
Official: Cabinet: Emergency Business Committee: papers 1 to 20 plus index., 27 Apr 1929 - 10 May 1929
Includes suggested replies to questions put to Conservative candidates on a variety of issues including: employment conditions; importation of dyestuffs; agriculture; taxation of motor vehicles; war pensions; migration; sea defence works; the rent restriction act; education policy regarding women teachers; and old age pensions.
Includes papers on various subjects including: army finances and suggested savings; the adverse balance of foreign trade; details of the importation of goods classified as "not of prime necessity" including various items of food, drink, etc; draft interim reports and an interim report of the Finance Committee pointing out Great Britain's serious economic difficulties created by World War I and including a statement by [1st] Lord Reading [earlier Rufus Isaacs].
Includes papers on various subjects including: a report of the industrial control committee on shipping; notes on the shortage of shipping due to World War I and its effect on the trade of Australia, Canada, New Zealand and South Africa; problems of transporting wheat to the United Kingdom from North America; freight rates; state control of coal mines and profits and export of coal; and comparison of imports (of food, minerals, etc) before and after the war.