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Party Chairman's correspondence with Martin Redmayne, Chief Whip (1959-1964), Nov 1959; July 1961-Sep 1964

CCO 20/1/6

Correspondents include:-

  1. Allan, Robert MP
  2. Banks, N., Central Office Agent
  3. Blakenham, Viscount, Minister for Labour (1960-1963) and Party Chairman (1963-1965)
  4. Brooke, Henry, Home Secretary (1957-1962)
  5. Bryan, Sir Paul, Vice-Chairman (1961-1965)
  6. Butler, RA., Home Secretary (1957-1962)
  7. Craddock, Sir Beresford, MP
  8. Curran, Charles, MP
  9. Fraser, Michael, Director, Conservative Research Department (1959-1964)
  10. Galloway, J., Central Office Agent
  11. Goldman, Peter
  12. Griffiths, Sir Eldon Wylie, Conservative Research Department
  13. Harrison, Brian, MP
  14. Hobson, Sir John, Attorney General (1962-1964)
  15. Lindsay, Robert Alexander, MP
  16. Lloyd, Selwyn, Chancellor of the Exchequer (1960-1962)
  17. Low, Sir Toby, Deputy Party Chairman (1959-1963)
  18. Macleod, Iain, Party Chairman (1961-1963)
  19. Maudling, Reginald, Chancellor of the Exchequer (1962-1964)
  20. Morrison, Major J., MP
  21. Poole, Oliver, Vice Chairman (1963-1964)
  22. Talbot, John E., MP for Brierley Hill (1959-1967)
  23. Urton, Sir William, General Director, Conservative Central Office (1957-1966)

Subjects include:-

  1. Court case of John Talbot, MP for Brierley Hill, for non-payment of tax on his parliamentary salary, 1964
  2. Public enquiry into proposals for Shropshire County Council, 1964
  3. Proposed pamphlet on Trade Union Law and Practice, 1964
  4. Contact between the Labour Party and the World Bank
  5. Radio Caroline (pirate radio station), 1964
  6. Bury St Edmunds' by-election, 1964
  7. Hove Conservative Association and dissatisfaction with the sitting MP Anthony Marlowe, 1964
  8. Proposal of Godfrey Lagden, MP for Hornchurch, to produce a publicity film visiting his constituents from the Ford Motor Works on holiday in the South of France, 1964
  9. The Steel Industry, Restricted Practices Court and nationalisation
  10. Romford Conservative Association and tensions between the parliamentary candidate and chairman, 1964
  11. Complaint about Julian Critchley, MP for Rochester and Chatham, 1964
  12. Liaison between Conservative Central Office and Aims of Industry, 1963-1964
  13. Financial problems of Geoffrey Wilson, MP for Truro, 1963
  14. Anthony Eden's advice on dealing with the veto to the UK's entry into the Common Market, 1963
  15. The Wrekin Conservative Association's support for Macmillan against the sitting MP William Yates, 1963
  16. Parliamentary Boundary Commission proposals for the Midlands, 1963
  17. Britain's independent nuclear deterrent, 1963
  18. Encouragement for Ministers to increase the amount of contact time with Party workers during official engagements, 1963
  19. Resignation of William Steward, parliamentary candidate and formerly MP for West Woolwich and his candidacy for Central Norfolk, 1963
  20. Complaint that Anthony Fell, MP for Great Yarmouth, urged constituents in Tunbridge Wells to vote against fellow Conservative MP Richard Hornby over the latter's support for the Common Market, 1962
  21. Remarks made by David Eccles, Minister of Education at the Party Conference concerning private preparatory schools, 1962
  22. Criticism of the Board of Trade and the adequacy of legislation to prevent 'dumping' of foreign agricultural produce in the UK, 1961
  23. Lack of acknowledgement from the Prime Minister of Colonel Lancaster's 21 years as MP for South Fylde, 1959


  • Creation: Nov 1959; July 1961-Sep 1964


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