Records released under Freedom of Information in March 2005 - Page 4 of 13

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This table lists the individual records opened in March 2005 as a result of Freedom of Information requests. In a small number of cases, the record will appear in the subsequent month’s list because action to update the Catalogue, and enable direct ordering, has not been completed.

Catalogue ref. Date Description
Foreign Broadcasting Administration
HO 245/1968 1974-1977 Japan
Foreign Office
FO 94/2760 1976 June 6 Country: Japan Ratification of the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons, with Statement Place and date of signature: London/Moscow/Washington, 1 July 1968
General Documentary Films
INF 6/2233 1983-1984 Medicine in sport
Government departments
AN 109/891 1950-1975 Requisitioning and ear marking of premises by Government departments for use in national emergency
WO 106/5431 1942 July 1945 Jan Crete: miscellaneous and general
Head of Business Planning and Project Appraisal
COAL 87/109 1984 Aug - Oct Advice to Office of Chief Executive during the 1984-1985 miners strike
Health and Safety Commission
EF 7/2413 1987 Kings Cross fire investigation
Home Defence policy
HO 322/862 1978 - 1979 Co-ordination of Home Defence plans: other government departments; MAFF; review of the strategic stockpile of food
Home Office
HO 144/10671 1926-1929 DISTURBANCES: General Strike, May 1926: the Cramlington Miners convicted of derailing the 'Flying Scotsman'
HO 144/1619 1920 CRIMINAL CASES: HOLT, Frederick Rothwell: convicted at Manchester on 27 February 1920 for murder and sentenced to death
HO 144/21076 1937-1938 DISTURBANCES: Spain: Non-Intervention Agreement
HO 144/21216 1929-1939 CRIMINAL CASES: HURN, Roland: convicted at Central Criminal Court on 1 February 1929 for murder and sentenced to death (commuted)
HO 144/21985 1937-1944 CRIMINAL CASES: HART, Frank Arthur: convicted at Central Criminal Court on 28 May 1937 for murder and sentenced to death (commuted)
HO 144/22333 1921-1926 IRELAND: Mrs A M McNeil widow of Horace McNeil murdered by Sinn Fein agents in London in May 1921: ex-gratia payment of £100 from Royal Irish Constabulary and £300 from the Royal Bounty Fund
HO 144/22513 1910-1929 CRIMINAL: Conveyance of handcuffed prisoners in public
HO 144/22826 1939-1945 MAN, ISLE OF: Control of Photography (No 1) 1939: photographs of internment camps by Ministry of Information; request for release to Manx Government refused
HO 144/22915 1939-1941 ROYAL: Welsh Home Rule: suggestions for closer Royal association with Wales to counteract growing Nationalist discontent. (Under 2 headings - heading 1)