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Lord Temple-Morris Papers,
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Sub-fonds contains Lord Temple-Morris' correspondence and papers related to his father, Sir Owen Temple-Morris.

Temple-Morris, Peter, Lord, 1938-

British-Irish Inter-Parliamentary Body,

Series is divided into 15 files; Procedings and debates; Working papers and reports; Steering Committee papers; Membership records; Correspondence related to establishing the British-Irish Inter-Parliamentary Body; correspondence; Correspondence w...

Conservative Mainstream adminstrative documents,

Various documents relating to the administration of the Conservative Mainstream group including a lists of Conservative MPs and candidates witha left to right ranking, an article on the influence of Thatcher on the Conservative party and a copy of...

Conservative Party leadership election,

Newspaper cuttings and handwritten notes regarding the leadership election, including confidential reports supplied by Peter Temple-Morris to Michael Heseltine during the frist round of voting in prepartion for Heseltine standing as a candidate in...

Conservative Party leadership election,

Containes handwritten notes, including a tally of votes for the candidates, results of the consulations with MEPs, peers and constituency and area chairmen, a list of John Redwood supporters and capmaign literature and press releases from the cand...

Conservative Party papers,

Material related to various left of centre groupings in the Conservative Party including letters, minutes and membership lists along with material related to the party leadership elections in 1995 and 1997, internal party relations and party confe...


File contains correspondence on various political and personal matters. Correspondents include the Bishop of Hereford, Peter Mandelson, Lord Howe of Aberavon, Barry Jones MP, Primie Minister of the Netherlands Dr Jan Peter Balkenende, , Ed Balls, ...


File contains various correspondence. Correspondents include Norman Tebbit and President of South Africa F. W. De Klerk.

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