British Labour Party papers, 1906-1969 - Key Data

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Title British Labour Party papers, 1906-1969
Subject & Keywords
Description The Parliamentary Labour Party is the organisation of Labour members of Parliament (MPs) founded in 1906. These papers cover that foundation; then follow the Party through Ramsay MacDonald's Governments, two world wars, the first Harold Wilson Government and the early part of his second Government. The events in these records are a reflection of current events as much as of the Party itself. From the suffrage campaign for the electoral enfranchisement of women, to nuclear tests over the Pacific Ocean, through the Beveridge Report, the Trade Union Bill and the development of the United Nations. Early policies like the minimum wage would not pass for decades and Party discipline would be a challenge for every Party Leader. Those challenges existed alongside the removal of the right for employers to sue trade unions and the creation of social services. These papers have been arranged by year and divided into thematic groups for ease of analysis. Further details of contents accompany these items at group and at document level.
ISBN 9781851173259
Contributor(s) Labour History Archive and Study Centre
Type jpg
Language eng
Rights Images © Microform Academic Publishers, 2016; Text © PLP
Publisher Microform Academic Publishers
Coverage 1906-1969
Created On 19th November, 2016 - 10:59am
Last Updated 19th November, 2016 - 10:59am

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