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Decentralization in government -- Wales
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Welsh politics: general file

A file of papers, mainly printed and press cuttings, concerning aspects of the political life of Wales, notably the reform of Welsh local government and proposals for a Welsh Assembly.

Welsh Grand Committee

The file consists of the Parliamentary Debates of sittings of the Welsh Grand Committee and other official publications, discussing education, rural development, roads and communications, agriculture, proposals for local government re-organisation, the Welsh economy and the Welsh Council.

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Welsh Grand Committee.

Welsh devolution

The file comprises memoranda, circulars, reports, consultation papers concerning Labour Party policies in relation to devolution, the 1997 referendum on a Welsh Assembly and the creation of the Assembly.

Welsh affairs

Many of the papers within the file concern the background to the establishment of the Council for Wales and Monmouthshire in 1948.

Transcripts of interviews with Labour Party figures

File comprises typed notes from interviews with key Labour Party figures including Alun Michael, Huw Roberts (Special Advisor to Ron Davies), Rhodri Morgan and Peter Hain, discussing devolution and the Labour party in the late 1990s and the issues surrounding the resignation of Ron Davies as Secretary of State for Wales and the appointment of Alun Michael as his replacement and his election as Labour's leader in the National Assembly for Wales.

The Labour Party and Wales

The file contains memoranda, reports, circulars, conference papers, press releases, and the texts of speeches by Labour politicians concerning Labour Party policies in relation to Wales.

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