News

Filter by

Remove all filters

News

New resource for A level students: Protest and Democracy 1818-1820

‘From all the inquiries we can make, there appears to be five or six dead — as many mortally wounded, and not less than 300 severely and slightly wounded....

Newly Accredited Archive Services

The UK Archive Service Accreditation Committee is pleased to announce that the following archive services were awarded accredited status following a recent...

Tags: accreditation, archive service accreditation

Document release

Files released: Cabinet Office files from 1991 and Foreign and Commonwealth Office

Today, more than 2,000 Foreign and Commonwealth Office and Cabinet Office records have been released. This joint release covers a wide range of subjects...

Tags: file release

Read our annual report and accounts 2016-17

The fourteenth annual report and accounts for The National Archives are now available online, where you can read about our highlights during 2016-17. This...

See Jane Austen’s original will

To mark the 200th anniversary of Jane Austen's death, we are showcasing her original will in the Keeper’s Gallery, our on-site museum.

Tags: jane austen, keepers gallery, news

King’s Summer Weekend with The National Archives

Family History: Practical Techniques and Historical Insight Saturday 12 August and Sunday 13 August 2017 This is a course run jointly by The National...

Manorial Documents Register for Northamptonshire now available online

The Northamptonshire section of the Manorial Documents Register has been made available online, via Discovery, following a two year project. The project was...

New resource for A level students: Protest and Democracy 1816-1818

Then Englishmen who were never Born to be Slaves, arise from your slumber and throw off the Yoke of Tyranny and Oppression... by Firmness and Intrepidity...

New resource for A level and GCSE students: investigate Richard II

... false traitors to and enemies of the king and kingdom, perceiving the tender age of our said lord the king and the innocence of his royal person, so...

New dining offer at The National Archives

We are working in partnership with BaxterStorey to provide an exciting new dining offer from Saturday 1 July 2017. There will be an extensive new...

Tags: menu, news, the national archives

Discover ‘secrets and lies’ at our free lecture series

This August leading historians will address the topic of ‘Secrets and lies’, exploring ideas of truth and 'alternative facts' throughout history.

Tags: events, news, the national archives

The National Archives gets top marks for educational visits

The National Archives has been awarded a Learning Outside the Classroom (LOtC) Quality Badge for the fourth consecutive time.

Tags: education, news, the national archives

Our latest tweets