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Memoranda on proposals for organisational reform within the Conservative Party, 1946-1957

CCO 20/3/1

Memoranda was sent to Party Chairman Lord Woolton, but with no indication as to whether any proposals were ever implemented


  1. Establishment of a new department at Conservative Central Office 'to form a sort of Campaign Staff to tackle problems', Aug 1946
  2. Formation of a covert Intelligence Department at Conservative Central Office, Aug 1946 and 04/05/1950
  3. Description of the Party's organisation, its defects, and ideal structure, ND [c1946]
  4. The need for organisational reform, 16/04/1947
  5. 'Some notes on the use of the quota by Central Office' - detailing the cost of and justifying the work carried out by Central Office departments, Apr 1957


  • Creation: 1946-1957


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  • English

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CCO 20/3/1

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Weston Library
Broad Street
Oxford OX1 3BG United Kingdom