British Labour Party Papers, 1906-1969

The collection contains minutes and related records compiled by the Parliamentary Labour Party during the period 1906-1969. The records cover the party from the formative years, through the governments of Ramsay MacDonald, the wartime coalition and the Clement Atlee administration to the first premiership of Harold Wilson.

The records provide an insight into how the Parliamentary Labour Party viewed important domestic and international political issues, such as women’s suffrage, the Great Depression, the first and second world wars, the Beverage Report, the welfare state, nuclear weapons, imperialism and decolonisation and Britain’s potential membership of the European Economic Community.

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