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CHAR 2/176 Public and political: Conservative and Unionist Party memoranda.

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CHAR 2/176/1

Letter from Geoffrey Lloyd (24 Old Queen Street, Westminster, [London]) to WSC enclosing CHAR 2/176/2-46.

1 folio
30 May 1930
CHAR 2/176/2

Paragraph one of the terms of reference of the Conservative Agricultural Research Committee. Sent with CHAR 2/176/1.

1 folio
[1930]
CHAR 2/176/3

List of members of the Conservative Agricultural Research Committee. Sent with CHAR 2/176/1.

1 folio
[1930]
CHAR 2/176/4-5

Letter from Lord Wolmer [later 3rd Lord Selborne) (3 Chester Gate, Regent's Park,[London]) to Neville Chamberlain describing the work of the Conservative Agricultural Research Committee and enclosing CHAR 2/176/6-46. Copy sent with CHAR 2/176/1.

2 folios
17 Apr 1930
CHAR 2/176/6-11

Headings for a speech on agricultural policy produced by the Conservative Agricultural Research Committee. Copy sent with CHAR 2/176/1.

6 folios
[Apr] [1930]
CHAR 2/176/12-18

"Argument" on agricultural policy produced by the Conservative Agricultural Research Committee. Copy sent with CHAR 2/176/1.

7 folios
[Apr] [1930]
CHAR 2/176/19-46

Notes on agricultural policy produced by the Conservative Agricultural Research Committee. Interleaved with agricultural publications. Copy sent with CHAR 2/176/1.

28 folios
[Apr] [1930]
CHAR 2/176/47-109

Conservative research department memorandum prepared by [Neville Chamberlain] on the use of the referendum.

63 folios
05 Jun 1930
CHAR 2/176/110-130

Conservative research department memorandum prepared by [Neville Chamberlain] on the iron and steel industry.

21 folios
25 Jun 1930
CHAR 2/176/131-137

Conservative Research Department summary of the report of the Committee on the Cotton Industry set up by the Government.

7 folios
14 Jul 1930
CHAR 2/176/138-145

Memorandum by the agricultural committee of the Conservative Research Department on the use of a system of quotas to grant Imperial Preference to wheat without recourse to an import duty.

8 folios
28 Jul 1930