Found in 1263 Collections and/or Records:
Official: Board of Trade: Trade Boards Bill, Sweated Industries Bill: notes and papers., 18 Feb 1908 - 09 Apr 1909
Official: Cabinet: Committee on the Baghdad [Iraq] to Haifa [Israel] railway and pipeline., 29 Feb 1928 - 07 May 1928
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 printed papers about affairs in the Soviet Union (including economic and agricultural difficulties) by Foreign Office officials including: Reginald Leeper; Sir Ronald Lindsay (8); P Gent (5); Harold Nicolson; Joseph Addison; Alvary Gascoigne (4); Sir Thomas Hohler and Horace Rumbold. Also includes covering letters from Sir Maurice Hankey, Cabinet Secretary, and a paper on the situation in Egypt.
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.
Includes: papers on the need for reserves of oil fuel for the navy due to the change from coal to oil fuelled warships; a statement by the Admiralty on the oil fuel situation; costs of storing oil fuel; committee minutes; a draft report to the Cabinet discussing economies suggested by WSC, Chancellor of the Exchequer and internal Treasury correspondence.