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Scotland: Correspondence mainly concerning the creation of the Scottish Constitutional Committee by Edward Heath, Feb 1968-Feb 1969

CCO 20/11/38

The committee was created to examine the possibilities for devolution in Scotland, and in particular the establishment of a Scottish Assembly with legislative powers

Correspondents include:-

  1. Anderson, Sir Gilmour Menzies, Chairman, Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party
  2. Barber, Anthony, Party Chairman
  3. Cope, John, Personal Assistant to the Party Chairman
  4. Fraser, Sir Michael, Deputy Party Chairman
  5. Kernohan, Mr RD, Director-General, Scottish Conservative Central Office
  6. MacGregor, John, Head of Leader's Private Office


  1. Scottish Conservative Central Office press release containing transcript of Edward Heath's speech to the Scottish Conservative and Unionist Association Annual Conference, Perth, 18/05/1968
  2. Conference handbook, Scottish Conservative & Unionist Association Annual Conference, Edinburgh, 15-17 May 1969
  3. Pamphlet, 'Scotland's Government: the report of the Scottish Constitutional Committee', 1970


  • Creation: Feb 1968-Feb 1969


1 file

Language of Materials

  • English

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CCO 20/11/38

Repository Details

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Weston Library
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Oxford OX1 3BG United Kingdom