Found in 45 Collections and/or Records:
Sones spoke to Yvette Cooper, Andrea Leadsom, Helen Whately, Kate Osamor, Lyn Brown and Marsha de Cordova about the Photo Exhibition
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.
Audio podcasts for Women’s Parliamentary Radio, conducted by Boni Sones with contributions by Jackie Ashley, Deborah McGurran and Linda Fairbrother
Autograph signatures of members of the senate in support of petition to House of Lords opposing the Irish Church bill. After (fo. 7) heads of colleges and (fo. 8) professors the signatures are arranged by college. They appear on strips of paper, pasted into the volume. There is (fo. 2) a full list of contents, which includes related material both MS. and printed.
Speakers: John, Lord Finch; Sir Benjamin Rudyard; Sir John Culpepper; Sir Edward Dering; Edward Bagshaw, and Sir Harbottle Grimston. With note of proceedings upon the impeachment of Thomas Wentworth, 1st earl of Strafford. Bound with a printed tract: Lawfulness of the Scots' Expedition into England manifested as followeth, Edinburgh, 1640. fo. 1: '9'. fo. 2: 'B.d.1-11'.
Comprising correspondence with a number of MPs and notable individuals from the period, including Harold Macmillan, Winston Churchill, and Anthony Eden. The series also includes some press cuttings and printed materials.
This series of papers includes correspondence with MPs and notables of the period about current affairs and daily business. Correspondents include Herbert von Bismarck, Joseph Chamberlain, William Thomas Stead, Arthur John Bigge [later first Baron Stamfordham], Francis Knollys [later Viscount Knollys, Private secretary to King Edward VII and George V], Winston S. Churchill, and Maurice Hankey. Some of the volumes also include cuttings and printed material.
284 folios. The diary comprises two volumes which have been bound into one. The versos are mainly blank. Inside the front cover: '21888 Ph B44.563' (in pencil). There is an index to vol. 1 at fos 139v-142. Fo. i v (vol. 2) has notes in the text hand. Fo. 1: 'from Puttick sale 1849'. Fos i in both volumes have the label '268/2' (19th century).
Henry Elsynge, 'Judicature in Parliament', 81 folios. On folio i v is 'E Libris MSS Geo. Pryme Hospit: Lincol: Westmon. AD 1806'. The entry at front of the volume is to George Pryme, M.A. (1781-1868), the only son of Christopher Pryme of Hull. George attended Trinity College, Cambridge, and was admitted to Lincoln's Inn in 1803. He was Professor of Political Economy at Cambridge University, 1828-1863.
'Journal of the Commons, anno primo Caroli Regis', a manuscript transcript of two sessions, 6 February-25 March 1625 and 21 June-12 August 1625, 137 leaves. The volume has been misbound so that the second session comes first. The journal is written in at least three hands, and has corrections of scribal errors in a contemporary hand, as well as manuscript alterations and marginal instructions intended for a printer. A catalogue entry has been pasted in at the front of the volume.
Programme on how the Houses of Parliament work. Interviewees include: NK on Prime Minister's Questions, how much warning the Opposition was given before debates and ministerial statements and the confrontational nature of debates; Lord Weatherill, former Speaker, on the Speaker's role; Sir [Ronald] Timothy Renton, former Government Chief Whip, on the work of the Whips; Baroness Seear, Deputy Leader of the Liberal Democrats in the House of Lords, on the work of the Lords.
Interview with Jo Swinson MP on #Equal Power: Northern Ireland abortion reforms, women in the boardroom, women and rape, local election results and MPs and maternity and paternity leave, 2018-06-01
Interview with Professor David Howarth, University of Cambridge and former MP on why Alexander 'Boris' Johnson 'should have already gone', 2019-09-17
Sones asks Howarth about the prorogation of Parliament and a ruling in Scotland. Howarth discusses the importance of the decisions and what prorogation means. Howarth goes onto to discuss the relationship between the House of Commons, The Prime Minister and The Queen. Howarth discusses the relationship between the Police, Courts and the Government and the potential impacts of the breaking down of the rule of Law.
Interview with Vicky Pryce, economist at CBR, on Philip Hammond's statement to the Commons and Brexit, 2018-03-15
#IWD2018 interview with Alison McGovern MP as she talks about Harriet Harman MP and those all too male works of art in Westminster, 2018-03-06
McGovern was just one year of age when Harman was elected to Parliament. McGovern talks about Harman's influence, all-women shortlists, having a nursery in the Houses of Parliament. Sones asks about how 'male' Parliament is, McGovern recognises that it will take time through the Committee.
Includes letters from Harold Macmillan and Lord Hailsham [Quintin Hogg].