Found in 308 Collections and/or Records:
Speech notes for WSC's statement on the coal subsidy, the crisis in the coal industry, the alternative risk of a strike, and hopes of a settlement.Typescript speaking notes laid out in "psalm style", annotated by WSC, and manuscript notes [?in the hand of Edward Marsh, Private Secretary to WSC].
Reports and correspondence between Gridley, John Eaton Griffith [Chairman of the European Coal Organisation] and John Taylor [British Commercial Counsellor, Prague] on Gridley's visit to Prague to try and persuade the Czechs to join the European Coal Organisation.
Letters and telegrams from Gridley to John Eaton Griffith [Chairman of the European Coal Organisation] and Sir Nigel Ronald [Assistant Under-Secretary, Foreign Office] and telegrams between the Foreign Office and British Embassy in Warsaw on Gridley's visit to Warsaw and a coal convention at Katowice to help persuade the Poles to join the European Coal Organisation.
Reports by Gridley on his visit to Warsaw and a coal convention at Katowice to help persuade the Poles to join the European Coal Organisation. Includes lists of ECO contracts with other Eastern European countries and reports on Polish coal production.
Briefings and arrangements for a visit to the Northern region, Tyneside and Sunderland, including the Swan Hunter shipyard, Tyneside and Woodhorn Colliery Museum and Blyth Valley civic centre [Northumberland]. Also includes rough notes of a meeting with the British Labour Group on the first anniversary of the European elections.
Mainly National Coal Board photographs from NK’s visit to the mine at Tondu [Wales], 1985, also including a visit to Metrolite Industries, Wigan [Lancashire] and Sheffield Information Technology Centre [Yorkshire].
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.