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With the Director General, 1974-1975


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  • Creation: 1974-1975

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  • English

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CCO 20/78/1

Biographical / Historical

[A General Director previously acted as the professional, full-time head of Conservative Central Office, from 1931 until this post was abolished by Heath in 1966. Thereafter the various departmental directors answered directly to the Party Chairman and Vice Chairmen. In 1974, Heath reversed this change by appointing a Director General. Michael Wolff was the only holder of this post before it was abolished by Margaret Thatcher in 1975. The post was revived in 1992 when Party Chairman Norman Fowler appointed Paul Judge to this position.]

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