Found in 1056 Collections and/or Records:
Photograph of a Wolseley car (registration XO 7385) used during the General Election for WSC's unsuccessful campaign to return to Parliament as MP for West Leicester. The car has the sign "Churchill for West Leicester" on the front and is driving along a street with crowds of people on either side looking in [presumably with WSC inside, though he is not visible in the photograph]. In the foreground, a policeman is holding people back.
Photograph of WSC addressing a crowd from an outside stage during the election campaign for Epping [Essex]. He is standing to the left of the stage, arms outspread, wearing formal dress, with his hat in his hand, while CSC (wearing a long dark fur coat and close hat) and a line of men are standing behind him.
Photograph of WSC and others as passengers on top of a coach drawn by four horses, which is travelling along a [?] village street, alongside a car decked with ribbons [presumably during the election campaign for Epping, Essex]. WSC is just visible behind the coach driver, smiling and wearing a dark coat with an astrakhan collar and tall bowler hat, while CSC is beside the driver, in a light coloured coat with a large fur collar (which has an election ribbon pinned to it) and close hat.
Half-length photograph of WSC making a speech in Liverpool during the General Election campaign. He is photographed slightly from below, and is mid-speech, with both fists in the air, wearing a dark suit and spotted bow tie.
Half-length photograph of WSC making a speech in Liverpool during the General Election campaign. He is photographed slightly from below, and is mid-speech, turning to the left with one hand raised in the air, and is wearing a dark suit and spotted bow tie.
Chiefly Press Association images, with some from Pontypool local press.
Chiefly press images of NK, includes NK playing with a jazz band in Birmingham, a visit to [?] the South Wales Argus, a visit to Bristol and various images of Glenys Kinnock.
Photographs from the Sun of the General Election campaign.
Briefings and press-cuttings, particularly on constitutional and devolution issues and the forthcoming General Election. Includes a copy of Labour’s manifesto for Scotland and a copy of a speech by John Smith, Treasury and economic affairs spokesman, calling for a Scottish Parliament.
Acquired Papers. Letters and telegrams concerning the Woodstock by-election which Lady Randolph Churchill canvassed on behalf of Lord Randolph Churchill, and which he won with an increased majority. All letters are manuscript and signed unless otherwise described., 29 Jun 1885 - 04 Jul 1885
Print of a speech by 1st Lord Curzon, Foreign Secretary, to the electors of the City of London during the 1922 General Election campaign. Also includes a Foreign Office memorandum on the freedom of the Dardanelles straits and maps from the peace treaty with Turkey, 1923.
Includes: election material and pamphlets on subjects including LSA's record as Secretary of State for India; copy of Hansard with LSA's statement on policy towards India (June 1945); summaries of letters from constituents, 1940-45; letters from constituents to AFA; annual report of the women's central committee of the divisional Conservative Association with lists of members and of the committee.
Documentary on the 1945 General Election.
Interview on why Labour lost the 1983 General Election, the future of Labour and NK’s bid for the party leadership.
Includes: issues of New Socialist and Marxism Today with articles on Europe, the Labour manifesto and the 1983 General Election; series of articles by NK for the Daily Mirror, "Why I am angry", Jan 1984; transcript of a Weekend World interview with NK on the way back from the 1983 General Election; statement and background papers on a BBC investigation into Old People’s Homes; issue of the Observer with article on NK’s life.
Audio podcasts for interviews conducted during the Centenary Year of Women in Parliament, 2017-11-15 - 2019-01-31
76 podcast interviews collated for the publication 'When There's a Woman in the Room - #Vote 100 year January 2018 to January 2019' and written with journalists Jackie Ashley, Deborah McGurran and Linda Fairbrother. Sones' focus was primarily on recording interviews with MPs who champion public policy reforms through debates in Westminster Hall or by asking questions at PMQs.
For most podcasts, both 'raw' and 'edited' versions exist.