Conservative Party Archive: Published Material: Think Tanks

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Table of Contents

Introduction
Centre for Policy Studies (CPS), 1975-2005
    CPS Pamphlets, 1975-2006
    CPS Newsletters & Periodicals, 1986-2006
        Policy Challenge, 1986-1996
        CPS Newsletter, 1998-2001
        Point Maker, 1999-2006
        Bulletin, 2004
        CPS Perspective, 2005-2006
The Bow Group, 1954-1999
    The Bow Group Pamphlets, 1954-1999
    CPS Newsletters & Periodicals, 1957-1999
         Crossbow, 1957-1999
The Monday Club, 1960-1989
    Monday Club Pamphlets, 1960-1989
    Monday Club newsletters and periodicals, 1967-1985
        Monday World, 1967-1982
        Monday News, 1972-1985
         Tory Challenge, 1976-1980
         Tory Review, Aug. 1979-Oct. 1983
Selsdon Group, c.1973-1984
    Selsdon Group pamphlets, c1973-1984
         Selsdon Policy Series 1974-1982
         Selsdon Group Briefs, c.1973-1984
Civitas: The Institute for the Study of Civil Society, 2006-2011
Tory Reform Committee, 1943-[1945?]
    Tory Reform Committee publications, 1945
    Tory Reform Committee Bulletin, 1944-1945
Policy Exchange, 2004
    Policy Exchange publications, 2004
Direct Democracy, 2005
    Direct Democracy publications, 2005
Chatham House: The Royal Institute of International Affairs, 1954
    Royal Institute of International Affairs publications, 1954
The European Movement, 1975
    European Movement publications, 1975
Miscellaneous Think Tanks, 1969-1979
    The Employment Think Tank, 1979
    Centre for Atlantic and European Education in Economics, ND
    Solon - A Right-Wing Journal, 1969-1970


Published Material: Think Tanks, 1943-2006

Abstract:
Pamphlets, journals and newsletters, published by Conservative-leaning think tanks

Extent: 612 shelfmarks

Restrictions on Access

Available for research.

Preferred Form of Citation

Oxford, Bodleian Library, Conservative Party Archive [followed by shelfmark, e.g. PUB 187/1].

Corporate names (NCA Rules)

The Bow Group
Centre for Policy Studies
The Monday Club
The Selsdon Group
Civitas: The Institute for the Study of Civil Society
Tory Reform Committee
Policy Exchange
Direct Democracy
Chatham House: Royal Institute of International Affairs
The European Movement
The Employment Think Tank
Centre for Atlantic and European Education in Economics



Centre for Policy Studies (CPS), 1975-2005

377 shelfmarks

The Centre for Policy Studies is an independent centre right think tank, founded in 1974 by Margaret Thatcher and Keith Joseph, which develops and publishes public policy proposals and arranges seminars and lectures on topical policy issues, as part of its mission to influence policy around the world. It also maintains a range of informal contacts with politicians, policymakers, civil servants and the press, in Britain and abroad.

Related Material: [Administrative papers of the Centre for Policy Studies are held at the London School of Economics]

    CPS Pamphlets, 1975-2006

283 shelfmarks
PUB 106/1 Why Britain needs a social market economy, with a foreword by Sir Keith Joseph 1975
PUB 106/2 Bibliography of Freedom 1976
PUB 106/3 The new acquisitive Society, by Ferdynand Zweig, with foreword by Lord Vaizey 1976
PUB 106/4 Upper Clyde Shipbuiders: a study of Government intervention in the industry... the way the money goes, by Frank Broadway 1976
PUB 106/5 The camel's back: an international comparison of tax burdens, by Barry Bracewell-Milnes 1976
PUB 106/6 Myths and magic in economic management, by Jock Bruce-Gardyne 1976
PUB 106/7 Stranded in the middle ground: reflections on circumstances and policies, by Rt. Hon. Sir Keith Joseph 1976
PUB 106/8 Monetarism is not enough, by the Rt. Hon. Sir Keith Joseph Bt MP, with a foreword by the Rt. Hon. Mrs Margaret Thatcher MP 1976
PUB 106/9 £200,000 job: a study of Government intervention in Aluminum Smelting... the way the money goes, by Colin Jones 1977
PUB 106/10 The economics of John Kenneth Galbraith: a study in fantasy, by Sir Frank McFadzean, with a foreword by the Rt. Hon. Sir Keith Joseph 1977
PUB 106/11 Policital office or political power?: six speeches on national and international affairs, by John Biffen MP, with a foreword by Margaret Thatcher 1977
PUB 106/12 The growth merchants: economic consequences of wishful thinking, by Robin Pringle 1977
PUB 106/13 Lessons from Europe: a comparison of British and West European Schooling, by Max Wilkinson, with foreword by Dr Rhodes Boyson MP 1977
PUB 106/14 Short measure from Whitehall: how CSO Statistics understate the British Tax Burden, by Barry Bracewell-Milnes 1977
PUB 106/15 Let our children grow tall: selected speeches 1975-7, Margaret Thatcher 1977
PUB 106/16 Meriden Odyssey of a Lame Duck: a study of Government intervention in the motor-cycle industry... the way the money goes, by Jock Bruce-Gardyne, with a foreword by the Rt. Hon. Sir Keith Joseph MP 1978
PUB 106/17 Class of the brain: the cost of a British obsession, by Prof. P.T. Bauer, with foreword by Rt. Hon. Sir Richard Marsh 1978
PUB 106/18 Monetarism: an essay in definition, by Tim Congdon, with foreword by William Rees-Moog 1978
PUB 106/19 Conditions for fuller employment, by Rt. Hon. Sir Keith Joseph Bt MP 1978
PUB 106/20 History of capitalism and freedom, by Hugh Thomas, with foreword by Rt. Hon. Margaret Thatcher MP 1979
PUB 106/21 The job support machine: a critique of the subsidy morass, by John Burton, with a foreword by Sir Arnold Weinstock 1979
[PUB 107/1a] [The Challenge of a Radical Reactionary, by Lord Harris of High Cross, with a foreword by Hugh Thomas]

Note: [Missing]

[Mar. 1980]
PUB 107/1b The New Conservatism, by Nigel Lawson MP Aug. 1980
PUB 107/2 Second thoughts on regional policy, by Graham Hallett June 1981
PUB 107/3 The economic adviser's role: scope and limitations, by Prof. Alan Walters Oct. 1981
PUB 107/4 Against Import Controls, by Tim Congdon, with contributions by Sir David Nicolson MEP and Cecil Parkinson MP 1981
PUB 107/5 New thinking on the nationalised industries: value for money audits, by John Hatch and John Redwood 1981
PUB 107/6 New thinking on the nationalised industries: BL - changing gear, foreword by Michael Grylls MP Sept. 1983
PUB 107/7 Making it work: the future of the European Community, by the European Community Study Group June 1984
PUB 107/8 Wages need no councils, by Russell Lewis July 1984
PUB 107/9 New thinking on the nationalised industries: which direction?, by Board Appointments in Nationalised Industries July 1984
PUB 107/10 The new corruption, by Charles Goodson-Wickes Oct. 1984
PUB 107/11 Autumn Address: Property and poverty, an agenda for the mid-80s Nov. 1984
PUB 108/1 Trust the Tenant: devolving municipal housing, by Alex Henney 1985
PUB 108/2 Qualgos just grow: political bodies in voluntary clothing 1985
PUB 108/3 Technical schools: a tale of four countries, by Fred Naylor 1985
PUB 108/4 New light on Star Wars: a contribution to the SDI debate by Prof R.V. Jones with a preface by Lord Thomas of Swynnerton 1985
PUB 108/5 Greening the Tories: new policies on the environment, by Andrew Sullivan 1985
PUB 108/6 Put pits into profit: alternative plan for coal, by Keith Boyfield 1985
PUB 108/7 Pilot Paper No. 1: The ancient mariner and the old sailor: delights and uses of the English language, by Peter Vansittart 1985
PUB 108/8 Pilot Paper No. 2: Trials of Honeyford: problems in multicultral education, by Andrew Brown 1985
PUB 108/9 Spring Address: Terrorism and tolerance: flaws in the liberal tradition, by T.E. Utley 1985
PUB 108/10 Summer Address: Monetarism and Morality, by Brian Griffiths 1985
PUB 108/11 Autumn Address: Gentrification or growth: cultural causes of economic failure, by Sir James Goldsmith 1985
PUB 108/12 Winter Address: Morality, Politics and Law: reflections of a conservative, by Lord Hailsham 1985
PUB 108/13 Annual Review: Work of the study group sand the working parties 1985
PUB 108/14 Equity for everyman: new ways to widen ownership, by John Redwood 1986
PUB 108/15 A case for coherence: assumptions and aims for British foreign policy, by George Urban 1986
PUB 108/16 Business still burdened: more regulations for the scrapheap, by Teresa Gorman 1986
PUB 108/17 Employment examined: the Right approach to more jobs, by Cyril Taylor 1986
PUB 108/18 NHS: the road to recovery, by Hugh Elwell 1986
PUB 108/19 Beveridge revisited: new foundations for tomorrow's welfare, by Stephen Davies 1986
PUB 108/20 Every adult a share-owner: the case for universal share ownership, by Shirley Robin Letwin and William Letwin 1986
PUB 108/21 Lets into leases: the political economy of rent deregulation, by Martin Ricketts 1986
PUB 108/22 Pilot Paper No. 3: The wealthy wellfairs: how to care for the rich, by Oliver Knox 1986
PUB 108/23 The Templeton Lecture: Shares for all: steps towards a share-owning society, by Sir Nicholas Goodison 1986
PUB 108/24 Summer Address: The Unfinished Task: the Conservative record in perspective, by Ronald Butt 1986
PUB 108/25 Autumn Address: To spur, not to mould: government and industry in the late 1980s, by Leon Brittan 1986
PUB 108/26 Winter Address: Morality and markets: gospel of an economist, by Lord Harris of High Cross 1986
PUB 108/27 Winter Address: The new capitalism: personal ownership and social progress, by David Howell 1986
PUB 108/28 Annual Review 1986: achievements and aims: the past and future year 1986
PUB 109/1 Privatise the Post: steps towards a competitive service, by Robert Albon 1987
PUB 109/2 Privatise Power: restructuring the electricity supply industry, by Alex Henney 1987
PUB 109/3 Good Council Guide: Wandsworth, 1978-87, by Paul Beresford 1987
PUB 109/4 Privatise Coal: achieving international competitiveness, by Colin Robinson and Allen Sykes
[PUB 109/5] [Vacant]
PUB 109/6 Current Choices: good ways and bad to privatise electricity, by Allen Sykes and Colin Robinson 1987
PUB 109/7 The Local Left: and its national pretensions, by David Regan 1987
PUB 109/8 Diamonds into Glass: the Government and the Universities, by Elie Kedourie 1987
PUB 109/9 The Cold War: has it a future?, by Hugh Thomas 1987
PUB 109/10 Summer Address: Victorian Values: and twentieth-century condescension, by Gertrude Himmelfarb 1987
PUB 109/11 Annual Review: More To Do: building on firm foundations 1987
PUB 109/12 Education Quartlet part 1: History in Peril: may parents preserve it, by Alan Beattie 1987
PUB 109/13 Education Quartlet part 2: English our English: the new orthodoxy examined, by John Marenbon 1987
PUB 109/14 Opting Out: a guide to why and how, by Sheila Lawlor 1988
PUB 109/15 Choice in Rotten Apples: biase in GCSE and examining groups, by Mervyn Hiskett 1988
PUB 109/16 The Local Right: enabling not providing, by Nicholas Ridley 1988
PUB 109/17 Correct Core: simple curricula for English, maths and science, prepared by Sheila Lawlor 1988
PUB 109/18 A Year in the Life of Glasnot: the Hugh Seton-Watson Memorial Lecture and other essays 1988
PUB 109/19 In sickness and in health: managing change in the NHS, by John Redwood 1988
PUB 109/20 Pensions and Privilege: how to end the scandal, simplify taxes and widen ownership, by Philip Chappell 1988
PUB 109/21 Reviving the Railways: a Victorian future?, by Andrew Gritten 1988
PUB 109/22 Away with LEAs: ILEA abolition as a pilot, by Shelia Lawlor 1988
PUB 109/23 Home truths for foreign aid: how to encourage enterprise abroad, by Frank Vibert 1988
PUB 109/24 Planning Planning: clearer strategies - and environmental controls, by Richard Ehrman 1988
PUB 109/25 Clear the Decks: abolish the National Dock Labour Scheme, by David Davis 1988
PUB 109/26 Natural Partners: co-operation and competition, by Michael Ivens 1988
PUB 110/1 Autumn Address: The Politics of Manners: and the uses of inequality, by Peregrine Worsthorne 1988
PUB 110/2 Winter Address: The New Britain: the tide of ideas from Attlee to Thatcher 1988
PUB 110/3 Annual Review: The Power of Ideas 1988
PUB 110/4 Education Quartlet Part 3: Aims of Schooling: the importance of grounding 1988
PUB 110/5 Maths Problem: Can more pupils reah higher standards?, by Geoffrey Howson 1989
PUB 110/6 Nationalised Universities: paradox of the privatisation age, by Deepak Lal 1989
PUB 110/7 Custody reconsidered: clarity and consistency in sentencing, by Andrew Ashworth 1989
PUB 110/8 Science Fiction - and the true way to save British Science, by Terence Kealey 1989
PUB 110/9 Monetarism Lost: and why it must be regained, by Tom Congdon 1989
PUB 110/10 Policies against Pollution: the Conservative record - and principles, by Nicholas Ridley 1989
PUB 110/11 Drift to Union: wise ways to a wider Community, by Oliver Letwin 1989
PUB 110/12 The Power of the Pendulum: reducing strikes by 'final offer' arbitration, by David Davis 1989
PUB 110/13 The Democratic Deficit: the balance in Europe for Britain to redress, by Michael Heseltine 1989
PUB 110/14 Who Cares?: Children at risk and Social Services, by Andreas Gledhill and others 1989
PUB 110/15 Spring Address: The Egalitarian Conceit: false and true equalities, by Kenneth Minogue 1989
PUB 110/16 Autumn Address: Thatcherism - the next generation, by Peter Lilley 1989
PUB 110/17 Winter Address: The Conservative Community: the roots of Thatcherism - and its future, by Robin Harris 1989
PUB 110/18 Of Dukes and Dustmen: cautionary rhymes on the community charge, by Oliver Knox 1989
PUB 111/1 Giving: how to encourage charities more, by Nicholas True 1990
PUB 111/2 The Democratic Revolutions: popular capitalism in Eastern Europe, by John Redwood 1990
PUB 111/3 An African Enterprise: Britain and South Africa, post sanctions, post apartheid, by Kenneth Costa 1990
PUB 111/4 Teachers mistaught: training in theories or eduction in subjects?, by Sheila Lawlor 1990
PUB 111/5 Nimbyism: the disease and the cure, by Richard Ehrman 1990
PUB 111/6 Pleasure and profit from canals: a new plan for British Waterways, by Keith Boyfield 1990
PUB 111/7 Raising Educational Standards: a personal perspective, by Sir Cyril Taylor 1990
PUB 111/8 The European Debate: EMU now?: the leap to European money assessed, by Tim Congdon 1990
PUB 111/9 The European Debate: Monetary Union: the issues and the impact, by Sir Leon Brittan 1990
PUB 111/10 Happy Families?: four points to a Conservative family policy, by David Willets 1991
PUB 111/11 A Cautionary tale of EMU: some mistakes, some remedies, by Andrew Tyrie 1991
PUB 111/12 A Better BBC: public service broadcasting in the '90s, by Damian Green 1991
PUB 111/13 Freeing the phones: the case for more liberalisation, by William Letwin 1991
PUB 111/14 End egalitarian delusion: different education for different talents, by Peter Pilkington 1991
PUB 111/15 Competitive Coal: how to privatise coal and compete with imports, by Colin Robinson and Allen Sykes 1991
PUB 111/16 Father of child-centeredness: John Dewey and the ideology of modern education, by Anthony O'Hear 1991
PUB 111/17 Towards an Employee's Charter and away from collective bargaining, by Nicholas Finney & Graham Brady 1991
PUB 111/18 For a Stable Pound: ends and means in monetary policy, by Tim Congdon 1991
PUB 111/19 What's Good for Woods: promoting the industry, protecting the environment, by Robert Rickman 1991
PUB 111/20 Vacant
PUB 111/21 The Social Market: containing some lessons from Germany, by Lord Joseph [Keith Joseph] 1992
PUB 111/22 A Maastricht Phrasebook, by Charles Moore 1991
PUB 111/23 Autumn Address: Sense on Sovereignty, by Noel Malcolm 1991
PUB 111/24 Winter Address: A conservative disposition: individualism, the free market and the common life, by John Gray 1991
PUB 112/1 Privatisation Everywhere: the world's adoption of the British experience, by John Moore Jan. 1992
PUB 112/2 The Political Consequences of PR: the British idea of responsible government, by Nevil Johnson Feb. 1992
PUB 112/3 The Social Market: containing some lessons from Germany, by Lord Joseph [Keith Joseph] Mar. 1992
PUB 112/3a The Hugh Seton-Watson Memorial Lecture 1992: The Role of Religion: in the fall of the Soviet Communism, by Canon Michael Bourdeaux Apr. 1992
PUB 112/3b HUBRIS: The tempting of Modern Conservatives 1992
PUB 112/4a The Blue Horizon, by Michael Portillo 1993
PUB 112/4b Britain and the Community: the right way forward, by Nevil Johnson 1993
PUB 112/4c An Entitlement to Knowledge: agenda for the new schools authority, by Anthony O'Hear 1993
PUB 112/5 The Constitutional Mania, by Kenneth Minogue c.June 1993
PUB 112/6 Privatise the Prosecutors: efficiency and justice in the criminal courts, by Christopher Frazer Dec. 1993
PUB 112/7 The Dearing Debate: assessment and the National Curriculum, edited by Sheila Lawlor Dec. 1993
PUB 112/8 Divorce Dissent: dangers in divorce reform, by Ruth Deech Jan. 1994
PUB 112/9 America and Britain: is the relationship special?, by Anthony Hartley Feb. 1994
PUB 112/10 Opting for Freedom: a stronger policy for grant-maintained schools, by Brian Sherratt Apr. 1994
PUB 112/11 Rochester Paper 1: The Resistible Appeal of Fortress Europe, by Martin Wolf Apr. 1994
PUB 112/12 An Awful Warning: the war in ex-Yugoslavia, by Christpher Cviic July 1994
PUB 112/13 Trade Policy Review 1994, by Brian Hindley, Deepak Lal and Patrick Messerlin Sept. 1994
PUB 112/14 Rochester Paper 2: Out of Sight, Out of Mind: the dangerous neglect of of Britain's 'invisibles', by Bill Jamieson Oct. 1994
PUB 112/15 Looking over the Jargon Wall: the way to better public service, by John Redwood Dec. 1994
PUB 112/16 Nursery Choices: the rightway to pre-school education, by Sheila Lawlor Dec. 1994
PUB 112/17 Rochester Paper 3: The Goldsmith Fallacy: why open trade and the Gatt are best, by Brian Hindley Dec. 1994
PUB 112/17a Liberate the Tube!: radical proposals to revitalise the London underground, by Stephen Glaister and Tony Travers Feb. 1995
PUB 112/18 Rochester Paper 4: The Mystery of Japanese Growth, by Ramesh Ponnuru May 1995
PUB 112/19 Local Limits; cutting the cots of good councils, by Edward Lister July 1995
PUB 112/20 Rochester Paper 5: Less Than Meets the Eye: the modest impact of CAP reform, by D. Gale Johnson Aug. 1995
PUB 112/21 How To Be British, by Charles Moore Dec. 1995
PUB 112/22 Trade Policy Review 1995, by Brian Hindley, Anne O. Krueger, Deepak Lal, and J. Michael Finger Dec. 1995
PUB 112/23 The Keith Joseph Memorial Lecture, by the Rt. Hon. The Baroness Thatcher Jan. 1996
PUB 112/24 Recommendations for the Intergovernmental Conference: opposing views, by Martin Howe and Michael Welsh Feb. 1996
PUB 112/25 Labour's Federal Agenda for Europe, by the European Research Group Feb. 1996
PUB 112/26 Are Families Affordable?: tax, benefits and the Family, by Patricia Morgan July 1996
PUB 112/27 The Performance of Privatised Industries: a report for NERA for the Centre for Policy Studies, Volume 2: Finance Sept. 1996
PUB 112/28 The Key to Higher Living Standards, by Walter Eltis Oct. 1996
PUB 112/29 The Autumn Lecture: Conservative Britain in the 21st Century, by Malcolm Rifkind 1996
PUB 112/30 A Conservative Agenda: proposas for a fifth term, by Tessa Keswick and Edward Heathcoat Amory Oct. 1996
PUB 112/31 The End of the Peer Show?: why hereditary system is write and wromantic, by Simon Heffer 1996
PUB 112/32 Privatisation: does it work? Volume 2: The impact on the Exchequer c.1996
PUB 112/33 Blair's Gurus: an examination of Labour's rhetoric, by David Willetts MP 1996
PUB 112/34 Pensions in the 21st Century: Why we must change the regulatory regime, by the Rt. Hon. John MacGregor MP 1996
PUB 112/35 The Sring Address: What is a Conservative?, by Paul Johnson 1996
PUB 113/1 The Performance of Privatised Industries: A report by NERA for the Centre for Policy Studies - Volume 4: Prices and Service Quality Feb. 1997
PUB 113/2 Miracle or Mirage? Britain's economy seen from abroad, by Keith Marsden Mar. 1997
PUB 113/3 'Think, Minister...': reinvigorating government in the UK, by Philip Norton Mar. 1997
PUB 113/4 The Future of Europe, by Michael Howard May 1997
PUB 113/5 Trade Policy Review 1996/97, by Brian Hindley and Deepak Lal, Patrick Messerlin, Tim Josling and Richard Rosecrance May 1997
PUB 113/6 From Maastricht to Amsterdam, by Martin Howe June 1997
PUB 113/7 The Corruption of Liberalism, by Melanie Phillips June 1997
PUB 113/8 The Creation and Destruction of EMU, by Walter Eltis Aug. 1997
PUB 113/9 Class on the Brain: the cost of British obsession, by Lord Bauer Sept. 1997
PUB 113/10 Blue Skies Ahead: Recapturing the Missing Generation, by James Bethell, Simon Brocklebank-Fowler, Andrew Honnor and Andrew Reid Oct. 1997
PUB 113/11 The Ghost of Toryism Past: the spirit of Conservatism Future, by Michael Portillo Nov. 1997
PUB 113/12 Federal Britain: no longer unthinkable?, by John Barnes with contributions from Ferdinand Mount, Noel Malcolm and Lord Alexander Jan. 1998
PUB 113/14 A Better Deal for London, by Jeffrey Archer Apr. 1998
PUB 113/15 One Year On: the 'new politics' and Labour, by David Selbourne May 1998
PUB 113/16 A Market under Threat: how the European Union could destroy the British Art Market, by David Heathcoat-Amory June 1998
PUB 113/17 Future Considerations on EMU: it will create instability and destroy employment, by Walter Eltis June 1998
PUB 113/18 Levelling Down: the school standards and framework bill, by Sean Williams June 1998
PUB 113/19 The Bogus State of Brigadoon: what can save Scotland?, by Bill Jamieson July 1998
PUB 113/20 Britain's Final Choice: Europe or America, by Conrad Black July 1998
PUB 113/22 Lords a' Leaping, by Edward Heathcoat Amory Sept. 1998
PUB 113/23 Britain's Place in the World: time to decide, by Crispin Blunt Oct. 1998
PUB 113/24 Who do we think we are?, by David Willets Oct. 1998
PUB 113/25 Moral Evasion, by David Selbourne Dec. 1998
PUB 113/26 Value for Money in LEA Schools, by John Marks Dec. 1998
PUB 116/1 The End of Illiteracy: the Holy Grail of Clackmannanshire, by Tom Burkard Mar. 1999
PUB 116/2 Fifty Years of Failure, by Peter Bauer and Cranley Onslow with a reply by Clare Short Mar. 1999
PUB 116/3 Conservatism, Democracy and National Identity: the third Keith Joseph Memorial Lecture, by John O'Sullivan Mar. 1999
PUB 116/4 Courting Mistrust: the hidden growth of a culture of litigation in Britain, by Frank Furedi Apr. 1999
PUB 116/5 The War of Independence: a declaration, by Maruice Saatchi and Peter Warburton Apr. 1999
PUB 116/6 The European Commission: administration or government, by Tom King Aug. 1999
PUB 116/7 After the Landslide: learning the lessons from 1906 and 1945, by David Willets and Richard Forsdyke Sept. 1999
PUB 116/8 The 1999 Autumn Lecture: Happiness can't buy Money, by Maurice Saatchi Oct. 1999
PUB 116/9 Conservative Women, by Tessa Keswick, Rosemary Pockley and Angela Guillaume Nov. 1999
PUB 116/11 The Fourth Keith Joseph Memorial Lecture: Home Pages - a new domestic agenda for the next Government, by Ferdinand Mount Mar. 2000
PUB 116/12 Leviathan at Large: the new regulator for the financial markets, by Martin McElwee and Andrew Tyrie Apr. 2000
PUB 116/13 Mr. Blair's Poodle: an agenda for reviving the House of Commons, by Andrew Tyrie June 2000
PUB 116/14 The Price of Peace: an analysis of British policy in Northern Ireland, by Michael Gove July 2000
PUB 116/15 Freedom for Schools: a radical agenda for the next Government, by Sean Williams July 2000
PUB 116/16 Can self-government survive? Britain and the European Union, by Nevil Johnson Oct. 2000
PUB 116/17 The CPS Lecture at the 2000 Conservative Party Conference: Second amongst equals: Women and the Conservative Party, by Tessa Keswick Oct. 2000
PUB 116/19 The Betrayed Generations: Standards in British Schools 1950-2000, by John Marks Nov. 2000
PUB 116/20 Things can only get... different? Social trends, Political choices, by Robert Tyrrell Dec. 2000
PUB 159/1 New Frontiers for Reform, by Lord Strathclyde Jan. 2001
PUB 159/2 Limits to EU Integration: eight amendments to the Union Treaties, by Lord Owen Jan. 2001
PUB 159/3 Funding the Basic State Pension: report of the Independent Panel on Pension Reform, by Lord Blackwell Feb. 2001
PUB 159/4 Towards Smaller Government: the second wave of the revolution, by Lord Blackwell June 2001
PUB 159/5 Poor People! Stop Paying Tax: A War of Independence - a call to arms, by Maurice Saatchi and Peter Warburton July 2001
PUB 159/6 Welcome to the Asylum: immigration and asylum in the UK, by Harriet Sergeant Sept. 2001
PUB 159/7 A New Conservative Century?, by Anthony Seldon and Peter Snowdon Oct. 2001
PUB 159/8 The Sixth Keith Joseph Memorial Lecture: Beyond the Causes of Crime, by Oliver Letwin Jan. 2002
PUB 159/9 Broken Hearts: family decline and the consequences for society, by Jill Kirby Feb. 2002
PUB 159/10 Statism by Stealth: new Labour, new collectivism, by Martin McElwee and Andrew Tyrie Mar. 2002
PUB 159/11 Labour and the Stock Market: is New Labour really any different, by John Littlewood Apr. 2002
PUB 159/12 Better Healthcare for all: replacing the NHS monopoly, by Norman Blackwell and Daniel Kruger (The initial report of the CPS Health Policy Group) May 2002
PUB 159/13 Paralysis or Power?: the centre right in the 21st century, by Robert Darwall August 2002
PUB 159/14 Power to Parents, by The Rt. Hon. John Redwood, MP; The True Cost of State Education, by Nick Seaton Sept. 2002
PUB 159/15 Freedom From Failure, by Connor Ryan Nov. 2002
PUB 186/1 A Moral Duty to Act There, by Peter Oborne Jan. 2003
PUB 186/2 Resuscitating the NHS: A Consultant's view, by Maurice Slevin Feb. 2003
PUB 186/3 A Defining Moment? A review of the issues and options for Britain arising from the Convention on the Future of Europe, by Norman Blackwell Feb. 2003
PUB 186/4 Harnessing Our Genius: British Science in the 21st Century, by Stuart Lyons Mar. 2003
PUB 186/5 No System to Abuse: Immigration and health care in the UK, by Harriet Sergeant May 2003
PUB 186/6 The European Constitution and what it means for Britain, by David Heathcoat-Amory MP Jun. 2003
PUB 186/7 Choosing to be Different: Women, work and the family, by Jill Kirby Jun. 2003
PUB 186/8 Gordon Brown and British Competitiveness: A statistical analysis, by Keith Marsden Jul. 2003
PUB 186/9 The Neighbourly Society: Collected Speeches 2001-2003, by Oliver Letwin MP Sept. 2003
PUB 186/10 Freedom and Responsibility: A manifesto for a smaller state, a bolder nation, by Norman Blackwell Sept. 2003
PUB 186/11 The Erosion of Parliamentary Government, by John Major Oct. 2003
PUB 186/12 Ending Pensioner Poverty: Reforming the State Pension System, by Charles Elphicke Nov. 2003
PUB 186/13 Managing not to manage: Management in the NHS, by Harriet Sergeant Nov. 2003
PUB 186/14 EU Law and British Tax: Which comes first?, by Alistair Craig Dec. 2003
PUB 186/15 The Challenge of Global Poverty: A Conservative Agenda, by Brian Griffiths Feb. 2004
PUB 186/16 The Stock Market under Labour: For New read Old, by John Littlewood May 2004
PUB 186/17 The Essential Guide to the European Union, by Ruth Lea May 2004
PUB 186/18 Better Schools and Hospitals: Why parent and patient choice will work, by Lord Blackwell June 2004
PUB 186/19 Mr Blair's Poodle goes to War: The House of Commons, Congress and Iraq, by Andrew Tyrie MP July 2004
PUB 186/20 People, not budgets: Valuing disabled children, by Florence Heath and Richard Smith Sept. 2004
PUB 186/21 Reforming the Private Finance Initiatives, by Philippa Roe and Alistair Craig Dec. 2004
PUB 230/1 The Price of Parenthood, by Jill Kirby Jan. 2005
PUB 230/2 The Essential Guide to British Quangos 2005, by Dan Lewis (Centre for Policy Studies and Economic Research Council) Feb. 2005
PUB 230/3 The Leviathan is still at large: An open letter to Mr John Tiner, Chief Executive of the FSA, A Report by the CPS Review Team Mar. 2005
PUB 230/4 Tax Simplification: How, and why, it must be done, by David Martin Mar. 2005
PUB 230/5 Too much of a good thing? Towards a balanced approach to immigration, by Peter Lilley Mar. 2005
PUB 230/5a If this is Conservatism, I am a Conservative, by Maurice Saatchi June. 2005
PUB 230/6 From Labour to ...?, by Stephen Pollard Aug. 2005
PUB 230/7 Modern Conservatism, by Liam Fox MP Sept. 2005
PUB 230/8 The Wrong Side of the Hill: The Secret Realignment of UK Defence Policy with the EU, by Richard North Oct. 2005
PUB 230/9 Creating wealth and eliminating poverty: At home and abroad, by David Cameron MP Nov. 2005
PUB 230/10 No man's land: How Britain's inner city young are being failed, by Shaun Bailey Nov. 2005
PUB 230/11 The Use and Abuse of Terror: The construction of a false narrative on the domestic terror threat, by Peter Oborne Feb. 2006

    CPS Newsletters & Periodicals, 1986-2006

        Policy Challenge, 1986-1996

41 shelfmarks
PUB 114/1 Distant Views of William Waldegrave's Speech - from a landowner, an environmentalist and a developer, by Julian Byng, Tony Paterson, and Graham Pye Aug. 1986
PUB 114/2 Alarm over A-Level, by Fred Naylor July 1987
PUB 114/3 Alarm over A-Level, by Fred Naylor July 1987
PUB 114/4 Britain's Biggest Enterprise - ideas for radical reform of the NHS, by Oliver Letwin and John Redwood Jan. 1988
PUB 114/5 Personal Taxes for the Nineties, by Jonathan Bond Feb. 1988
PUB 114/6 Making Unionism Positive, by Liam Fox, Mark Mayall and Alistair Cooke May 1988
PUB 114/7 "Could Do Better" - interim report on the transfer education in Inner London, by Eric Ollerenshaw Sept. 1988
PUB 114/8 Signals from a Railway Conference, by John Redwood Nov. 1988
PUB 114/9 A Europe of Diversity - Britain, Spain and Catalonia in the Europe of 2000 AD, by Hugh Thomas Sept. 1989
PUB 114/10 Joining the EMS: for and against, by Christopher Culp and Harold James Oct. 1989
PUB 114/11 City Technology Colleges: potentialities and perils, by David Regan Jan. 1990
PUB 114/12 'Exploding' Wealth for All: towards a better understanding of tax neutrality, by George Copeman Feb. 1990
PUB 114/13 Rewards of Parenthood? Towards more equitable tax treatment, by Lord Keith Joseph May 1990
PUB 114/14 Return to Work: new directions for the restart scheme, by Anthea Zeman Oct. 1990
PUB 114/15 Arms and the Men: a defence policy for a time of upheaval, by Julian Brazier with a preface by Julian Amery Oct. 1990
PUB 114/16 Imperatives for Defence, by General Sir David Fraser Nov. 1990
PUB 114/17 Soviet Calculations: the shifting correlation of forces, by James Sherr Apr. 1991
PUB 114/18 Reading, Learning and the National Curriculum, by Martin Turner Apr. 1991
PUB 114/19 Croatia at the Crossroads: in search of a democratic confederacy, by Franjo Tudjman May 1991
PUB 114/20 A New Direction for the Post Office, by Peter Warry Aug. 1991
PUB 114/21 Of Universities and Polytechnics, by Enoch Powell Sept. 1991
PUB 114/22 Inspecting Schools: breaking the monopoly, by John Burchill Sept. 1991
PUB 114/23 LEAS - Old and New: a view from Wandsworth, by Edward Lister Oct. 1991
PUB 114/24 The Importance of Parenting, by Lord Keith Joseph Nov. 1991
PUB 114/25 What's Wrong with Capital Gains Tax, by Thomas Griffin Nov. 1991
PUB 115/1 The Disease of Direct Labour: buying better for the public, by Michael Ivens Jan. 1992
PUB 115/2 The Unhelping Hand: Government's intervention in industry, by Diana Rowen Mar. 1992
PUB 115/3 Monetary Policy after Maastricht: how much independence will Britain possess, by Martin Howe Nov. 1992
PUB 115/4 Inspecting the School Inspectors: new plans, old ills, by Sheila Lawlor Jan. 1993
PUB 115/5 The Crisis of the Welfare State: ethics and economics, by Michael Novak July 1993
PUB 115/6 Testing Time: the Dearing Review and the future of the National Curriculum, by John Marenbon Sept. 1993
PUB 115/7 Vanishing Words: spoken English, the GCSE and the National Curriculum, by Colin Butler Mar. 1994
PUB 115/8 The Challenge for Europe, by Mart Laar [Prime Minister of Estonia], preface by Baroness Thatcher of Kesteven June 1994
PUB 115/9 Charging for Roads: a better way to ease congestion, by Michael Schabas Sept. 1995
PUB 115/10 Social Work or Crime Prevention?: a better future for probation, by David Coleman Oct. 1995
PUB 115/11 Public Spending: a twenty-year plan for reform, by Patrick Minford and Paul Ashton Nov. 1995
PUB 115/12 Culture in the Classroom: a personal view, by Irina Tyk Aug. 1996
PUB 115/13 1996 Education Summer Series - Standards of Arithmetic: how to correct the decline, by John Marks Aug. 1996
PUB 115/14 1996 Education Summer Series - Spelling Standards: how to correct the decline, by Jennifer Chew Aug. 1996
PUB 115/15 1996 Education Summer Series - School Funding: present chaos and future clarity, by Nick Seaton Oct. 1996
PUB 115/16 1996 Education Summer Series - Reading Fever: why phonics must come first, by Martin Turner and Tom Burkard Nov. 1996

        CPS Newsletter, 1998-2001

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PUB 113/13 CPS Newsletter Spring 1998
[PUB 113/21] [CPS Newsletter] [Autumn 1998]
PUB 116/10 CPS Newsletter Spring 2000
PUB 116/18 CPS Newsletter Winter 2000-2001

        Point Maker, 1999-2006

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PUB 115/18 Serious Damage: the impact of withholding Tax on the City of London, by Richard Bacon Mar. 1999
PUB 115/19 Fair Funding or Fiscal Fudge: continuing chaos in school funding, by Nick Seaton June 1999
PUB 115/20 The Price of Fairness: the consts of the proposed Labour Market Reforms, by Patrick Minford and Andrew Haldenby June 1999
PUB 115/21 Handicap, Not Trump Card: the Franco-German model isn't working, by Keith Marsden July 1999
PUB 115/22 The Dearing Report on Higher Education: a personal response, by Anthony O'Hare Sept. 1997
PUB 115/23 Plans, Plans, Plans: an educational policy based on central control, by Andrew Povey Aug. 1999
PUB 115/24 Kosovo: Law and Diplomacy, by Mark Litman Nov. 1999
PUB 160a/1 The Great and the Good? The Rise of the New Class, by Martin McElwee 2000
PUB 160a/2 The Five Per Cent Solution: Can Mr Blair's NHS Pledge Work? Mar. 2000
PUB 160a/3 The Bad Samaritan: The War of Independence Part Two, by Maurice Saatchi and Peter Warburton May 2000
PUB 160a/4 A Raw Deal for Lone Parents: Evaluating the Evidence, by David Willets and Nicholas Hillman June 2000
PUB 160a/5 What are Special Educational Needs? An analysis of a new growth industry, by Dr. John Marks June 2000
PUB 160a/6 Towards "A Treaty of Commerce": Euroland and NAFTA Compared, by Keith Marsden July 2000
PUB 160a/7 Nice and Beyond: the parting of the ways, by Christopher Booker Oct. 2000
PUB 160a/8 Unfair Funding, by Nick Seaton; also The Rt Hon The Baroness Young on "Standing up for the family" and Martin McElwee on "Small Government" Dec. 2000
PUB 160b/1 OFCOM Is Watching You, by George Trefgarne Feb. 2001
PUB 160b/2 Unlocking Growth: proposals to expand venture capital investment and activity in the UK, by Patrick Burgess Mar. 2001
PUB 160b/3 Can Consignai Deliver? The Post Office in the 21st Century, by Stuart Lyons; Simplicity and Stability: The Politics of Tax Policy, by Geoffrey Howe Mar. 2001
PUB 160b/4 Miracle or Mirage? New Labour's economic record in perspective, by Keith Marsden [45 Stealth Taxes Under New Labour] May 2001
PUB 160b/5 European Tax Harmonisation: the impending threat, by Theresa Villiers June 2001
PUB 160b/6 Bloc Tory: A New Party for Europe, by Gawain Towler with Emmanuel Bordez and Lee Rotherham Aug. 2001
PUB 160b/7 Nice and After: the EU Treaty and Associated Issues, by Brian Hindley Oct. 2001
PUB 160b/8 A Department for Business: the DTI in the 21st Century, by Stuart Lyons Oct. 2001
PUB 160b/9 A Policy for Agriculture: Ending State Interference, by Richard Packer Dec. 2001
PUB 160b/10 Standards and Spending: Dispelling the Spending Orthodoxy, by John Marks Jan. 2002
PUB 160b/11 A Review of the UK Banking Industry, by Oliver Lodge; The Competition Commission's Banking Report, by Sean Williams July 2002
PUB 231/1 The Price of the Profligate Chancellor: Higher taxes to come, by Ruth Lea Mar. 2004
PUB 231/2 Where Now for Universities? Principle before pragmatism, by Robert Stevens Mar. 2004
PUB 231/3 An Outbreak of Narcolepsy? Why the BBC must improve its coverage of the EU, by Kathy Gyngell and David Keighley Mar. 2004
PUB 231/4 What If We Say No to the EU Constitution?, by Lord Blackwell Apr. 2004
PUB 231/5 Tax 'N' Spend: No way to run an economy, by Ruth Lea June 2004
PUB 231/6 Blair's EU-Turn: A case study in BBC partiality, by Kathy Gyngell and David Keighley June 2004
PUB 231/7 Gordon Brown's Boasts: How well has the Chancellor really performed?, by Keith Marsden July 2004
PUB 231/8 Why Britain Can't Afford Not To Cut Taxes: Five tax cuts to make now, by Lord Blackwell Oct. 2004
PUB 231/9 Pollyanna, Not Prudence: The Chancellor's finances, by Ruth Lea Nov. 2004
PUB 231/10 After the Literacy Hour: May the best plan win!, by Tom Burkard Mar. 2005
PUB 231/11 Whatever Happened to the Golden Legacy? The economic background to the 2005 Budget, by Ruth Lea Mar. 2005
PUB 231/12 BBC Bias? Two Short Case Studies, by Kathy Gyngell and David Keighley Apr. 2005
PUB 231/13 The NHS Since 1997: modest improvements at immoderate cost, by Ruth Lea May 2005
PUB 231/14 Whatever happened to the "Golden Rule"?: The Chancellor's unravelling policy framework, by Ruth Lea December 2005
PUB 231/15 The larceny of the Lottery Fund, by Ruth Lea, with additional research by Dan Lewis January 2006

        Bulletin, 2004

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PUB 234/2/1 Bulletin Winter 2004

        CPS Perspective, 2005-2006

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PUB 234/1/1 The UK: better than the eurozone - but worse than other Anglophone economies, by Ruth Lea Feb. 2005
PUB 234/1/2 Four Economic Blocs: the USA, the EU, India & China: Growth Differentials over the Ten Year Period 1996-2005, by Ian Milne Feb. 2005
PUB 234/1/3 Seeking the common ground, by Janet Daley Sept. 2005
PUB 234/1/4 A failure to act inspired by political cowardice?, by Sir Bernard Ingham Sept. 2005
PUB 234/1/5 An overview of the flat tax, by David Martin Sept. 2005
PUB 234/1/6 The Commonwealth and the UK: a new foreign policy appropriate to the 21st century, by David Howell Jan. 2006
PUB 234/1/7 What does modernisation mean?, by Janet Daley Feb. 2006




The Bow Group, 1954-1999

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The Bow Group is an independent group of younger Conservatives, and is the oldest Conservative thinktank in Britain independent of Party organisation. Its membership includes Conservative MPs, but is not restricted to them. Founded in 1951 by several Oxford graduates, it takes its name from the site of its first meetings: the Bow and Bromley Constitutional Club in the East End of London. The Bow Group was intended to act as a Conservative equivalent to the Fabian Society. That is, it would be a national research body, whose members could publish reports and discussion papers on any number of subjects, without having formal ties to a political party. Its publications have been an influential forum for Conservative thinking, but it does not operate as a pressure group in pursuit of particular policy objectives. The group's journal, Crossbow is published three times a year.

Related Material: [Administrative papers of The Bow Group, including minutes and papers, c1957-1990s, are held but have not yet been catalogued. Please ask for details]

    The Bow Group Pamphlets, 1954-1999

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PUB 118/1 Industry and the Property Owning Democracy, by Russell Lewis July 1954
PUB 118/2 The Life Blood of Liberty - Some Proposals for Local Government Reform, by Geoffrey Howe Sept. 1954
PUB 118/3 Non-Specialist Graduates in Industry, by Anthea Collins, Bow Group Birmingham Branch Mar. 1955
PUB 118/4 National Wages Policy, by James Driscoll, and The Sudience of Politics. by George Engle Sept. 1955
PUB 118/5 Advertising on Trial - The Case for the Consumer, by Michael Baynes Jan. 1956
PUB 118/6 Race and Power - Studies of Leadership in five British dependencies 1956
PUB 118/7 Advertising on Trial - The Case for the Consumer, by Michael Baynes Jan. 1956
PUB 118/8 Houses to Let - the Future of Rent Control, by Geoffrey Howe and Colin Jones July 1956
PUB 118/9 Whose Public Schools?, by Robin Williams Dec. 1957
PUB 118/10 Exchange Teacher, by Philip Goodhart MP c.1958
PUB 118/11 Willingly to School, by Reginald Watts, Elizabeth Crawley, Anthony Davies, Ruth Gass, Michael Hutchinson and John Wakelin c.1959
PUB 118/12 Work for Wales - Gwaith i Gymru, by Tom Hooson and Geoffrey Howe Sept. 1959
PUB 118/13 Patronage and the arts, by Richard Carless and Patricia Brewster Dec. 1959
PUB 118/14 Let Our Cities Live - A Bow Group Pamphlet on Town Planning, by Timothy Knight with Brian Falk, Rex Harbour and Robert Vigars Dec. 1960
PUB 118/15 Stability and Survival - A Bow Group discussion about defence policy, by Julian Critchley, David Walder and David Pierson Feb. 1961
PUB 118/16 Principles in Practice - A series of Bow Group essays for the 1960s, by Godfrey Hodgson, David Howell, James Lemkin, Russell Lewis and Timothy Raison 1961
PUB 118/17 Concerns of State, by Anthony Lewis October 1961
PUB 118/18 Responsibility for Youth, by John Wakelin with Mark Birchall, Michael Rich, David Ecra, Peter Rhys, (and Elizabeth Crawley, Jean Lewis, John Goss, Susan Wates and Toby Jessel) Nov. 1961
PUB 118/19 The New Africa, a result of discussions amongst various Bow Group members Feb. 1962
PUB 118/20 Strategy for Disarmament, by Timothy Raison Mar. 1962
PUB 118/21 New Channels - A Report on Radio and Television 1962
PUB 118/22 Imperial Postscript, The Smaller Territories Sept. 1962
PUB 118/23 Planning for Survival, by Garth Collyer, Richard Britten, Ian Mackeson-Sandback, Lawrance Reed, Ann Retallack Jan. 1961
PUB 118/24 Monopolies and Mergers, Discussions including Henry Bosch, John Haggarth, Roger McDaniel, Hanish MacKenzie, Keith Richardson, Michael Weaton, Elizabeth Turner c.1961
PUB 118/25 Keeping the Peace, a Bow Group Memorandum, by Hugh Hanning, Tom Attwood, David Barton, Neville Maryan Green, Bill Houston, Mark Souhami, Christopher Yeats c.1961
PUB 118/26 No Tame or Minor Role, by Leonard Beaton, Michael McNair-Wilson, Timothy Raison, Geoffrey Smith, John Wakelin, Sir Robin Williams Sept. 1963
PUB 118/27 Old People in Britain, a consideration of the problems of the Elderly, by Trevor Weston and Philip Ashworth Jan. 1961
PUB 118/28 Talent for Tomorrow, by Ralph Smith and Robert Eddison Oct. 1963
PUB 119/1 Strategy for Schools, by Gareth Jones, Herbert Anderson, Philip Boden, Judith O'Shea, David Rogers, Margaret Sands, Timothy Wood Jan. 1964
PUB 119/2 A Turntable for Capital, by W.J. Hopper Apr. 1964
PUB 119/3 Britain and the United Nations - Proposals for Peace-Keeping including a Common-wealth force, by Hugh Hanning Jan. 1964
PUB 119/4 Towards a New North West, by Richard Clegg and John Hodgson, North-West Bow Group July 1964
PUB 119/5 Millstones for the sixties - a Bow Group Memorandum on Labour Policy, by Leon Brittan, David Howell, John MacGregor, Andrew Newton and Michael White Sept. 1964
PUB 119/6 A New Reserve Army, the Alternative to Conscription, by R.A. Brearley, W.M. Brown, C.J. Hutchings Mar. 1965
PUB 119/7 New Life for Local Government, by Janet Newton, John Neilson-Jones, Eric Hill, Martin Mogridge, John Smith c.1964
PUB 119/8 What's Wrong With General Practice - a memorandum by the Birmingham Bow Group, by James Ackers, John Goodrick, Ken Clarke, Howard Eggins, Anthony Mitten May 1965
PUB 119/9 Reform of Regret?, Birmingham Bow Group, by James Ackers, Anthony Mitten, Alan Bennett, Patrick Adams, John Lenton and Michael Oldfield July 1965
PUB 119/10 Commonwealth Immigration, by Chris Brocklebank-Fowles, Chris Bland and Tim Farmer Oct. 1965
PUB 119/11 Solution for Steel, by Anthony Lines Dec. 1965
PUB 119/12 A Smaller Stage - Britain's Place in the World, by Leon Brittan, Julian Critchley, Hugh Dykes, Russell Lewis, and David Walder MP c.1965
PUB 119/13 A Fresh Approach - an Oxford Symposium, by Edward du Cann, John Pinder, Geoffrey Rippon, John Jewkes, John McGregor, Peter Walker, Iain Macleod, preface by David Howell n.d.
PUB 119/14 Immigration, Race and Politics, by John Lenton, Nicholas Budgen and Kenneth Clark Mar. 1966
PUB 119/15 The Need for New Cities - a study of population, movement and growth, by Timothy Sainsbury June 1966
PUB 119/16 Vietnam: Threat and Involvement, by Hugh Dykes and Reginald Watts Dec. 1966
PUB 119/17 Computers in Britain, by Timothy Wood, Roger Graham, John Hough, Gavin Kirkpatrick, Adrian Norman, Christopher Paine n.d.
PUB 119/18 Helping the Exporter, by Rodney Allen, Michael Hamilton, and Michael Morris n.d.
PUB 119/19 Policies for Poverty, by Geoffrey Howe and Norman Lamont n.d.
PUB 119/20 A Problem of Inheritance, by John Chown and William Hopper n.d.
PUB 119/21 Not for Publications, by Peter Lloyd Mar. 1968
PUB 119/22 An Evolving Monarchy, by Tom Miller, Timothy Hoare, Christopher Wriight and Meriel Brown n.d.
PUB 119/23 Regional Government, by Kenneth Clarke, Michael worley, Ann Worley and David Anderton n.d.
PUB 119/24 A Partnership of Equals, by Howell Harris Hughes, Andrew Gardner, Ruth Gardner n.d.
PUB 119/25 Charter for Communications, by Timothy Wood, Gareth Jones, Nigel Cloke, John Pattman, Andrew Scott n.d.
PUB 119/26 Charter for Communications, by Timothy Wood, Gareth Jones, Nigel Cloke, John Pattman, Andrew Scott n.d.
PUB 119/27 Ocean-Space: Europe's New Frontier, by Lawrence Reed May 1969
PUB 119/28 Education and Labour's Axe, by Simon Jenkins Sept. 1969
PUB 119/29 Less Equal than Others, by Mary Colton Oct. 1969
PUB 119/30 Cutting the Cake - Proposals for a Conservative Party for taxing wealth, by Richard Hobbs, John Morgan and John Speirs June 1968
PUB 120/1 Room for Growth: a Re-assessment of Regional Policy, by John Speirs Apr. 1970
PUB 120/2 Prescription for Drugs, by Anthony White, Chistopher Jackson, Basil Taylor and Edward Wilde Apr. 1970
PUB 120/3 The Wages of Sin - A Bow Group Memorandum on Pay Inflationa nd Incomes Policy, by John Nelson-Jones n.d.
PUB 120/4 Dusty Heritage - a natural heritage for museums and libraries, by Donald Adamson June 1971
PUB 120/5 The Forgotten Years - Dealing with the Younger Offender, by Edward Wilde Sept. 1971
PUB 120/6 Better Company - Proposals for Company Law Reform, by Nicholas Baker n.d.
PUB 120/7 Peace has its Price - Defence Planning in the 1970s, by Geoffrey Warhurst, Cyril Taylor, Julian Radcliffe, Barry Francis, Ivan Cosby Feb. 1972
PUB 120/8 Saving Our Cities - Towards a Better Policy for Urban Housing, by Simon Randall and James Foreman-Peek c.May 1973
PUB 120/9 Employee Participation in British Companies - An examination of all levels of Employee Participation in Industry [Format: A5; 44pp] June 1973
PUB 120/10 Your Money and Your Life! A response to the Labour Party Green Paper on the Nationalisation of the Financial Institutions, by Keith Sykes and Alastair Ross Goobey Sept. 1973
PUB 120/11 Action on Youth, the Case for a Co-ordinated Policy, by John Blashford-Snell and Julian Brazier [June 1994?]
PUB 120/12 Alternative Manifesto, by Peter Lilley, Patricia Hodgson, and Nigel waterson Oct. 1973
PUB 120/13 Maplin - The End?, by Prof. A.A. Walters Jan. 1974
PUB 120/14 Europe - The First Year: An Interim Report, by Nick Brittain, Mary Colton, Richard Barber and Nicholas Lyell Apr. 1970
PUB 120/15 Lessons for Power, by Andrew Dalton, Patricia Hodgson, Gareth Jones, Peter Lilley, et. al. June 1974
PUB 120/16 Lessons for Power, by Andrew Dalton, Patricia Hodgson, Gareth Jones, Peter Lilley, et. al. June 1974
PUB 120/17 Battered Wives, by Richard Tracey June 1974
PUB 120/18 Fair and Equal, by Mary Colton June 1974
PUB 120/19 What They Know About You - A Case for the Registration and Control of Data Banks, by David Greggains and Simon Blunt June 1974
PUB 120/20 Shared Lines, by Barry Francis and Hazel Martin July 1974
PUB 120/21 The Case for Detention, by Rochfort Young and John Adams Dec. 1974
PUB 120/22 Can the Tory Party Survive, by Patricia Hodgsons Feb. 1975
PUB 120/23 The People's Veto, by Philip Goodhart Feb. 1975
PUB 120/24 Complomise Not Conflict, by Gerald A. Dorfman June 1975
PUB 120/25 Tempered by Reality, by Iam V. Oddy, Michael Stern, Peter Martin, and John Perley June 1975
PUB 120/26 Unemployment, but the Tip of an Iceberg, by Andrew Dalton and Peter Davis July 1975
PUB 120/27 Towards Freedom in Housing - A Policy for Housing Finance, by the Housing, Planning and the Environment Standing Committee n.d.
PUB 120/28 Democracy for Europe - Direct Elections to the European Parliament, by Jacques Arnold Sept. 1975
PUB 120/29 Democracy for Europe, by Jacques Arnold Sept. 1975
PUB 120/30 Care Without Control, by Mary Colton Dec. 1975
PUB 120/31 Is there a Future for the British Aerospace Industry?, by Geoffrey Pattie, MP Dec. 1975
PUB 120/32 Can You Read This? - Three areas fr=or improvement in the state education system, by Jill Adridge, Colin Boswell and Stephen Evans July 1976
PUB 120/33 Trade Unions and the Tories, by Richard Barber July 1976
PUB 120/34 The Control of Nationalised Industry, A Conservative View, by Peter Johnson Oct. 1976
PUB 120/35 Council House Blues, by Angela Killick Oct. 1976
PUB 120/36 No Foundation - The Truth About Union Power, by Peter Martin n.d.
PUB 120/37 Overseas Development - Home Truths, by James Foreman-Peek Dec. 1976
PUB 120/38 Withering Heights - a contribution to the debate on Britain's industrial ills, by Peter Warne, with foreword by Lord Snow n.d.
PUB 120/39 Withering Heights - a contribution to the debate on Britain's industrial ills, by Peter Warne, with foreword by Lord Snow n.d.
PUB 120/40 Unemployed Sheep and Goats, by Robert Harvey Apr. 1977
PUB 120/41 Social Service Sense, by Nicholas Ridley MP May 1977
PUB 120/42 As You Like It - Private Support for the Arts, by Colin Brough Oct. 1977
PUB 120/43 Britain's Money Problem, by Brian Scott Quinn, Norman Blackwell, Robert Floyd, Alastair France, Oliver Pawle, Paul Tillett Dec. 1977
PUB 120/44 The Rates Riddle, by Roland Freeman Feb. 1978
PUB 120/45 Saving Our Cities - Freeing Enterprise in the Inner Areas, by George Bailey, Piers Coleman, et. al. Aug. 1978
PUB 120/46 Solving the Union Problem is the Key to Britain's Recovery, by Keith Joseph Feb. 1979
PUB 120/47 A Parliament is Born - the European Parliament after Direct Elections, by William Stephens and Trefor Llewellyn Dec. 1977
PUB 120/48 The Poor Pay Most, the paradox of "Progressive" taxation, by Barry Bracewell-Milnes June 1979
PUB 120/49 Another Britain, by Nigel Forman Oct. 1979
PUB 120/50 The Moral Basis of Conservatism, by Norman St. John-Stevas c. 1980
PUB 120/51 Leftovers - The SDP: A Critical Analysis, by Ian Stewart, Peter Lilley, et. al. c.1982
PUB 120/52 Playing at Peace, by Konrad Adenauer-Stiffing Mar. 1983
PUB 120/53 Unripe Time - Britain and the European Monetary System, by Daniel Moylan 1988
PUB 120/54 Angola: One Step to Peace in Southern Africa, by Stuart Northolt 1988
PUB 120/55 Enterprise Zones and the Enterprise Culture, by Geoffrey Howe 1988
PUB 120/56 "Industry in Quotes" - Industrialists' views on Government Policy Priorities, by Ron Crompton, Phil Gott and Jonathan Smith 1988
PUB 120/57 Housing Policy: Unifinished Business, by David Coleman 1988
PUB 120/58 The Incentive Society and the Supportive State, by Peter Bassett 1988
PUB 120/59 Education and Ethnic Minorities, by Elizabeth Gibson and Shatiwar Sadeque 1988
PUB 120/60 Stopping the Wreckers - Making Parliament safe for democracy, by Martin Kockanski and Corinne Camilleri-Ferrante 1988
PUB 120/61 Community Care: The Need for Action, by Charles Tannock 1989
PUB 120/62 Mortgage Interest Free: Time for Abolition, by Rodney Atkinson 1989
PUB 120/63 Reunited Kingdom, by Charles Villiers 1990
PUB 120/64 A Democratic Way to European Unity: Arguments Against Federalism, by William Cash MP 1990
PUB 120/65 Widening Share Ownnership: The Future for Democratic Capitalism, by David Shaw MP and Alistair Marsella 1990
PUB 120/66 Failure in Local Government [Mar.] 1999

    CPS Newsletters & Periodicals, 1957-1999

         Crossbow, 1957-1999

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PUB 195/1 Vol. 1 No. 1-Vol.4 No. 13 Autumn 1957-Autumn 1960
PUB 195/2 Vol. 4 No. 14-Vol. 7 No. 25 New Year 1961-Oct./Dec. 1963
PUB 195/3 Supplements 1961-2
PUB 195/4 Vol. 7 No. 26-Vol. 10 No. 37 Jan./Mar. 1964-Oct./Dec. 1966
PUB 195/5 Vol. 10 No. 38-Vol. 13 No. 49 Jan./Mar. 1967-Oct./Dec. 1969
PUB 195/6 Vol. 13 No. 50-Vol. 16 No. 60 Jan./Mar. 1970-Oct. 1972
PUB 195/7 Vol. 16 No. 61-Vol. 16 No. 64 Jan.-Oct. 1973
PUB 195/8 Vol. 16 No. 65-Vol. 17 No. 73 Jan. 1974-Autumn 1976
PUB 195/9 Vol. 18 No. 74-Vol. 22 No. 86 Spring 1977-Summer 1981
PUB 195/7 Vol. 23 No. 87 Summer 1982
PUB 195/8 Vol. 24 No. 90 Oct. 1983
PUB 195/9 Vol. 24 No. 91 Summer 1984
PUB 195/10 Autumn 1984 1984
PUB 195/11 Winter 1984/1985 1984/5
PUB 195/12 Summer 1985 1985
PUB 195/13 Autumn 1985 1985
PUB 195/14 Summer 1986 1986
PUB 195/15 Autumn 1986 1986
PUB 195/16 Spring 1987 1987
PUB 195/17 Autumn 1987 1987
PUB 195/18 Winter 1987 1987
PUB 195/19 Winter 1989 1989
PUB 195/20 Spring/Summer 1990 1990
PUB 195/21 Autumn 1990 1990
PUB 195/22 Summer 1991 1991
PUB 195/23 Autumn 1991 1991
PUB 195/24 Autumn 1992 1992
PUB 195/25 October 1993 1993
PUB 195/26 February 1994 1994
PUB 195/27 July 1994 1994
PUB 195/28 October 1994 1994
PUB 195/29 Spring 1995 1995
PUB 195/30 October 1995 1995
PUB 195/31 Spring 1996 1996
PUB 195/32 July 1996 1996
PUB 195/33 Autumn 1996 1996
PUB 195/34 Winter 1996-7 1996-7
PUB 195/35 Autumn 1997 1997
PUB 195/36 Autumn 1997 Special Supplement 1997
PUB 195/37 Summer 1998 1998
PUB 195/38 Autumn 1998 1998
PUB 195/39 Winter 1998/99 1998/9
PUB 195/40 Summer 1999 1999
PUB 195/41 Autumn 1999 1999




The Monday Club, 1960-1989

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Founded on 1st January 1961 during the party's internal debate over decolonisation, it was formed out of disillusionment within the Party at the perceived drift to the Left under Macmillan and sought to force local associations to discuss and debate Party policy. It seeks to uphold the preservation of the constitution and existing institutions, the freedom of the individual, private ownership of property and the need for Britain to play a leading part in world affairs.

The main impetus for the group's formation was provided by the African policies of the Conservative government in particular as a general reaction to Macmillan's 'Wind of Change' speech. The Club promoted a policy of voluntary, or assisted, repatriation for non-white immigrants, and it was ultimately because of its race and immigration policies that the Conservative Party suspended its long-standing link with the Monday Club in October 2001.

    Monday Club Pamphlets, 1960-1989

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PUB 117/1 A Realistic Approach to Present-Day Problems n.d.
PUB 117/2 Bury the Hatchet, Africa Group Mar. 1962
PUB 117/3 A Clear and Solemn Duty, Africa Group Oct. 1962
PUB 117/4 Memorandum. The Common Market Oct. 1962
PUB 117/5 Memorandum. The Common Market Oct. 1962
PUB 117/6 You, Your Children, Your Job, Your Home, Your Umbrella, Home Group Dec. 1962
PUB 117/7 Strike Out or Strike Bound July 1963
PUB 117/8 Conservatism Lost? Conservatism Regained Oct. 1963
PUB 117/9 Automation Jan. 1965
PUB 117/10 A Monday Club Memorandum on Immigration Into the UK - typed memo Feb. 1965
PUB 117/11 The Role of Subversion in Foreign Affairs June 1965
PUB 117/12 The Role of Subversion in Foreign Affairs June 1965
PUB 117/13 A Europe of Nations - a practical policy for Britain 1965
PUB 117/14 The Wreckers: Communist Disruption in British Trade Unions, by Frederic Abbot Mar. 1966
PUB 117/15 Housing, Monday Paper No. 2, by the Housing Study Group of the Monday Club Oct. 1966
PUB 117/16 Europe - Should Britain Join? Oct. 1966
PUB 117/17 Economic Affairs, Monday Paper No. 3 Oct. 1966
PUB 117/18 Rhodesia: A Minority View, the speeches of Lord Salisbury, Julian Amery, Stephen Hastings, Patrick Wall, John Biggs-Davison, Gerald Sparrow June 1966
PUB 117/20 Europe: Faith not Despair, by John Biggs-Davison MP May 1967
PUB 117/21 Leasehold Enfranchisement, by the Housing Study Group Feb. 1967
PUB 117/22 Land - Ours or Theirs?, by Michael Carter June 1967
PUB 117/23 Money - Yours or Theirs?, by the Monday Club Taxation Group Sept. 1968
PUB 117/24 Who Goes Home? - Imigration and Repatriation, by Georg K. Young May 1969
PUB 117/25 Rhodesia - Those Foolish "Five Principles", by Tim Keigwin c. 1970
PUB 117/26 Why the Monday Club? - Saving Britain from Socialism, a summary of basic aims and principles, Policy Document Series No. 1, by Clive Buckmaster c.1970
PUB 117/27 Once upon a time..., by Stephen Hastings MC MP Feb. 1970
PUB 117/28 Capital - Yours or Theirs?, by the Monday Club Taxation Group, Chairman A.P. Leslie Feb. 1970
PUB 117/29 The Conservative Dilemma, by Victor Montagu

Comprises three 3rd programme broadcasts:

  • The Idea of Commonwealth
  • A Compassionate Society
  • Consensus Politics
c.1970
PUB 117/30 A Defeatist America, by Tom Stacey Apr. 1970
PUB 117/31 Plane Talk - A Report on British Aviation Policy, by Richard E. Gardner and David W. Wragg, prepared by the Monday Club Aviation Group c.1970
PUB 117/32 Ireland, Our Cuba?, by Jeremy Harwood, Jonathan Guinness, and John Biggs-Davison MP Dec. 1970
PUB 117/33 Standing Room Only - The Population Problem in Britain, by Geoffrey Baber Feb. 1971
PUB 117/34 Responsible Trade Unionism, by Ralph I. Clarke Oct. 1971
PUB 117/35 Education and the Permissive Society, by Clive Buckmaster 1971
PUB 117/36 Housing Shortage - the Real Tory Solution, by the Monday Club Housing Study Group July. 1971
PUB 117/37 Some Uncivil Liberties, by Sam Swerling Sept. 1972
PUB 117/38 Towards a Solution, by Julian Amery 1974
PUB 117/39 Rhodesia and the Threat to the West, by Julian Amery, John Biggs-Davison, Stephen Hastings, Harold Soef, Patrick Wall Nov. 1976
PUB 117/40 Local Rates... A Viable Alternative, by Cllr. Brian Costello c.1976
PUB 117/41 Europe: The Ungarded Legacy - A Conservative approach to European Unity, by the Monday Club European Policy Group 1977
PUB 117/42 Monday Papers No. 5, In Place of Community Land, by David Rowell 1978
PUB 117/43 A Time for Youth - The Report of a Conservative Party Study Group on Youth Politics June 1978
PUB 117/48 South Africa and the West, A Case for Concern, by Julian Amery, John Carlisle and Richard Stallabrown 1978
PUB 117/44 Monday Papers No. 9, Lords Reform: Why Tamper with the House of Lords?, by Lord Sudely n.d.
PUB 117/45 Towards Industrial Sanity - Draft Aide-Memoire to HMG Oct. 1979
PUB 117/46 Towards Industrial Sanity - An Aide-Memoire presented to the Prime Minister by the Monday Club Mar. 1980
PUB 117/47 The Conservative Party and the Common Market, by David Storey and Teddy Taylor MP July 1982
PUB 117/49 The British Chruches - A Spiritual Fifth Column, by Bernard Smith Sept. 1983
PUB 117/50 Monday Club Fact Card, Facts on Immigration from the New Commonwealth and Pakistan since 1951 Oct. 1983
PUB 117/51 Could Anything Undermine the 'Thatcher Revolution'?, by David Storey, Chairman of the Monday Club, preface by Teddy Taylor Mar. 1989
PUB 117/52 Recall to Greatness, by John Murray c. 1989

    Monday Club newsletters and periodicals, 1967-1985

        Monday World, 1967-1982

3 shelfmarks
PUB 149/1 Monday World Winter 1967/8-Autumn 1968
PUB 149/2 Monday World Autumn 1969-Autumn 1973
PUB 149/3 Monday World 1981-1982

        Monday News, 1972-1985

1 shelfmark
PUB 149/4 Monday News 1972-5, 1981-5

         Tory Challenge, 1976-1980

1 shelfmark
PUB 147/2 Tory Challenge

Note: Not the same magazine as the Tory Challenge of the 1940s/50s at PUB 214

Jun. 1976-Apr. 1980

         Tory Review, Aug. 1979-Oct. 1983

1 shelfmark
PUB 130/2 Tory Review (Vol. I, Nos. 1-4; Vol. II, No. 1) Aug. 1979-Oct. 1983




Selsdon Group, c.1973-1984

2 shelfmarks

Formed in 1973, the Selsdon Group was named after Heath's U-turn over the Conservatives' 1970 election manifesto, which followed a meeting of the Shadow Cabinet at The Selsdon Park Hotel near Croydon, Surrey. The manifesto, which advocated a radical free market agenda, was resurrected by the late Nicholas Ridley and others to create a new group to uphold and promote the case for free market policies within the Conservative Party.

Philosophically, its members believe that economic freedom is the indispensable condition for political and social freedom. Tactically, members reject the view that the "middle ground" is where elections and won. It believes that the Conservative Party wins office when it adopts distinctive Conservative policies based on choice, private ownership and individual freedom.

    Selsdon Group pamphlets, c1973-1984

         Selsdon Policy Series 1974-1982

PUB 148/3

Comprises:

  • Step by Step Against Inflation, by James Bowlet and Michael Roots, Sept. 1974
  • Killing the Goose - Taxes on Capital are Taxes on Capitalism, by Barry Bracewell Milnes, Oct. 1974
  • Wanted: A Policy for Wealth, by David Alexander, Jan. 1975
  • Should Council Houses be given away?, a Selsden Group Enquiry, July 1975
  • An End to the Whitehall Dole, by Jack Bruce-Gevelyne, Nov. 1975
  • The Problem of Unemployment, by Patrick Minford, Jan. 1982
1974-1982

         Selsdon Group Briefs, c.1973-1984

PUB 148/4 No. 2-3, 5-13, 19-25 c.1973-1984




Civitas: The Institute for the Study of Civil Society, 2006-2011

Civitas is an independent, educational charity which attempts to find solutions to social problems, implements pioneering projects to demonstrate what can be accomplished, supplies schools with teaching materials and guest speakers and supports informed public debate and consensus. It was formed in 2005.

Note: [Copies of Civitas pamphlets are regularly deposited with the Conservative Party Archive but have not yet been catalogued. Please ask for details]





Tory Reform Committee, 1943-[1945?]

3 shelfmarks

The Tory Reform Committee was not a think tank as such, but a group of Conservative MPs who combined for political action in February 1943 at the instigation of its founding Chairman Viscount Hinchbrooke (later the Earl of Sandwich), MP for South Dorset, with the object of encouraging the Government to take constructive action alon the lines of the Beveridge Report. It claimed to represent one-seventh of Conservative MPs. It subsequently delved into other policy areas also.

Side by side with its parliamentary activities, the Tory Reform Committee set up a small secretarial office to facilitate the dissemination of its views, and published a number of pamphlets and a Bulletin.

The whole Committee met once a week, and a small executive committee also met once a week to review current business, with small sub-committees of 3-4 members appointed from time to time to conduct research in matters of special importance. Their reports were reviewed by the Committee as a whole, and if approved, were published.

    Tory Reform Committee publications, 1945

PUB 121/11 Tools for the Next Job - A policy of Progress through Productivity Jan 1945

    Tory Reform Committee Bulletin, 1944-1945

PUB 121/9 Forward - By the Right! Bulletin No. 3 of the Tory Reform Committee: Telling the World Jun. 1944
PUB 121/10 Forward - By the Right! Bulletin No. 9 of the Tory Reform Committee: Approved Societies Jan. 1945




Policy Exchange, 2004

1 shelfmark

Policy Exchange was formed in 2002 as an independent, non-partisan educational charity which works with academics and policy makers from across the political spectrum. It seeks to apply localist, volunteer and free market solutions to public policy questions, and conducts research programmes in the policy areas of health, education, energy and environment, crime and justice, welfare, housing policy, family policy and security.

    Policy Exchange publications, 2004

PUB 121/39 The British Dream, by Michael Howard, Policy Exchange 2004




Direct Democracy, 2005

1 shelfmark

Direct Democracy was founded in c.2009. It is based on the book Direct Democracy - an agenda for a new model party by Douglas Carswell and Daniel Hannan, Conservative MP and MEP respectively. 'Direct Democracy aims to restore meaning to the ballot box, freedom to the citizen and dignity to Parliament....[it] aims to shift governmental powers back, from Brussels to Westminster, from Whitehall to town halls, from the state to the citizens. Power would be dispersed among communities, through localism and through referendums.'

    Direct Democracy publications, 2005

PUB 121/40 Direct Democracy: An Agenda for a New Model Party, direct-democracy.co.uk Jun. 2005




Chatham House: The Royal Institute of International Affairs, 1954

1 shelfmark

The idea of an Anglo-American Institute of foreign affairs to study international problems with a view to preventing future wars, was conceived by Lionel Curtis during the Paris Peace Conference of 1919. The British part of this, the British Institute of International Affairs was founded separately in London in July 1920 and received its Royal Charter in 1926 to become The Royal Institute of International Affairs. The American delegates developed the Council on Foreign Relations in New York as a sister institute. Both are now among the world's leading international affairs think-tanks.

The Royal Institute of International Affairs (Chatham House) is an independent international affairs think-tank and membership organization. It is precluded by its Charter from expressing any institutional view or policy on any aspect of international affairs. It does not receive any statutory government funding and is not a government organization, although some government departments are corporate members of Chatham House and may fund specific projects.

    Royal Institute of International Affairs publications, 1954

PUB 121/22 Chatham House and its Corporate Subscribers (Royal Institute of International Affairs) Jul. 1959




The European Movement, 1975

1 shelfmark

The European Movement is Britain's pro-European campaigning organisation. It argues that the European Union should become more democratic, effective and accountable, and that Britain should play a full role in reforming and developing the EU.

The origins of the European Movement lie in the conference held at The Hague in May 1948, under the chairmanship of Sir Winston Churchill, to create a new international movement to unite Europe and prevent further wars between its members. The British section of the European Movement was founded a year later. In the 1950s and 1960s the European Movement put forward arguments for joining the European Economic Community, and it ran a major campaign in the early 1970s, both among the general public and in Parliament, to win the battle for entry. In 1975, during the referendum on membership, the European Movement played a central role in the YES campaign. Other campaigns since then have included pressing for direct elections to the European Parliament in the 1970s and promoting the benefits of the single market in the run-up to 1992. During the 1990s, the organisation became revitalised around the need to create a new national pro-European coalition in order to counter rising anti-European feeling which ultimately threatens to undermine Britain's place within the European Union.

    European Movement publications, 1975

PUB 121/28 Local Britain in Europe Groups (The European Movement) 1975




Miscellaneous Think Tanks, 1969-1979

3 shelfmarks

    The Employment Think Tank, 1979

PUB 121/31 Unemployment: a new approach for the 80’s: A Report by the Employment Think Tank 1979

    Centre for Atlantic and European Education in Economics, ND

PUB 121/41 the book(Centre for Atlantic and European Education in Economics) n.d.

    Solon - A Right-Wing Journal, 1969-1970

PUB 190/13 Solon - A Right-Wing Journal Vol. 1 No. 1-Vol. 1 No. 4 Oct. 1969-Oct. 1970



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