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Correspondence concerning complaints that the Labour Party and Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament hired hecklers to sabotage public meetings addressed by the Prime Minister Sir Alec Douglas-Home at Watford and Leeds, and other incidents of organised heckling including Birmingham, Doncaster and Wandsworth, during the 1964 general election campaign, 1964

CCO 20/17/2/13

Correspondents include:-

  1. Blakenham, Lord, Party Chairman (1963-1965)
  2. Boulton, David, Press Officer, Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament
  3. Williams, AL[Len], General Secretary, Labour Party (1962-1968)


  1. Witness statements concerning organised attempts to disrupt the Prime Minister's speech to Leeds University Students' Union, 06/10/1964
  2. Copy of newsletter, Forward with the Young Socialists, ND [cSep 1964]
  3. Extract from The Daily Telegraph dated 09/10/1964
  4. Extract from The Birmingham Post dated 10/10/1964


  • Creation: 1964


1 file

Language of Materials

  • English

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CCO 20/17/2/13

Former reference:

CCO 20/17/15

Repository Details

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Weston Library
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Oxford OX1 3BG United Kingdom