24 July 2003 releases
|Records created or inherited by the Welsh Office|
|BD 108/187||1976-79||Constitution of Welsh Assembly:
pay and conditions of service for Assembly members.
|1976 -77||Possible locations for Welsh Assembly:
presentation given to MPs and the media.
|BD 108/297||1977 -81||Estimated cost of devolution.|
|BD 108/39||1977 -78||Scotland and Wales Act 1978:
publicity arrangements and press reporting.
|Records created or inherited by the Department of Health and Social Security|
|BN 62/3087||1952 -53||Manchester Jewish Board of Guardians, Sarah Laski
Home, St Mary's Road, Crumpsall, Manchester: opening of the home by Sir David Maxwell Fyfe, Home Secretary.
|BN 62/3090||1962 -67||Norwood Home for Jewish Children
(Jewish Orphanage), Knight's Hill, West Norwood, London: establishment and registration of various family group homes.
|Records created or inherited by the Property Services Agency|
|CM 44/8||1982-85||Falkland Islands:
correspondence relating to the construction and opening of Mount Pleasant Airport.
|Records of the Colonial Office and related bodies|
|Records of the Boards of Customs and Excise|
|CUST 118/628||1960-73||Duty Free Cigarettes for Research Purposes
and general policy on tobacco duties: trade representations; correspondence with Treasury and Tobacco Advisory Committee; revenue effects of smoking and health; cigarette advertising indexed.
|CUST 148/2||Undated||Portcullis emblem by R C Jarvis:
Historical notes on the Portcullis emblem by R C Jarvis, Librarian, HM Customs and Excise (written between 1945 and 1965).
Strategic Arms Limitation Talks (SALT).
|DEFE 68/138||1971-72||Security threats:
espionage and sabotage; Nicholas Anthony Prager.
|DEFE 68/16||1961-67||Admiralty collection of pictures by William Hodges
(1744-1797) recording Captain Cook's second voyage to the South Seas 1772-1775.
|DEFE 68/28||1970||Race Relations Act 1968
- conduct; policy.
|DEFE 68/44||1969-70||Civil Service recruitment:
|Records of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and predecessors|
|FCO 26/551||1970||Attitude of the United States of America to entry by the UK into the EEC.|
|FCO 26/568||1970||Visits to UK from Belgium in connection with UK entry into EEC.|
|1971||Co-ordination of publicity regarding UK entry into EEC.|
|FCO 26/779||1969-71||Attitude of Labour Party towards UK entry into EEC.|
|FCO 26/796||1971||Activities of organisations opposed to UK entry into EEC.|
|FCO 26/822||1971||Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs:
Radio interview with Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, Sir Alec Douglas-Home in Federal Republic of Germany.
|FCO 47/640||1972||Evacuation planning
for civil emergencies in South Vietnam.
|1972||Expulsion of Asians holding UK passports from Uganda:
Action to be taken.
|1972||Safety of UK community in Uganda.|
|FCO 47/648||1972-73||Crisis in Uganda 1972: contingency planning.|
|Records created and inherited by the Foreign Office|
|FO 371/29790||1941||Evacuation of pro-British Balkan nationals.|
|FO 837/218||1941-44||List of undesirable seamen.|
|FO 371/149167||1960||Ruling family of Kuwait.|
|FO 371/26972||1941||Landing ground at Gibraltar.|
|FO 371/27002||1941||Spaniards who might be expelled from England.|
|FO 371/27007||1941||Anglo-Swiss commercial relations.|
|FO 371/27124||1941||Grand Mufti of Jerusalem.|
|FO 371/27135||1941||Rumour of revolt in Palestine.|
|FO 371/27185||1941||Propaganda and S.O. work in Persia.|
|FO 371/27201||1941||Germans in Persia.|
|FO 371/27446||1941||Vichy propaganda and activities in Egypt.|
|FO 371/27552||1941||Publicity work in occupied enemy territory.|
|FO 371/28185||1941||Movements of General de Gaulle's personnel.|
|1941||Movements and activities of French ships:
seizure by British Government: consultation between Churchill and Roosevelt.
|1941||Recognition of General de Gaulle by H.M. Government:
liaison between H.M. Government and Free French Movement: financial and credit agreements between H.M. Government and Free French Forces: Spears Mission.
|1941||Messages for General de Gaulle.|
|FO 371/28332||1941||Free French forces:
Transmission of private correspondence for Free French forces.
|1941||Free French Movement:
Attitude of French diplomats and officials towards Free French Movement.
|FO 371/28362||1941||Propaganda in favour of General de Gaulle.|
|FO 371/28422||1941||Activities of French consuls
and their attitude towards Vichy.
|FO 371/28548||1941||Tin - de Gaullist organisation in France.|
|FO 371/28550||1941||M Marcel Homet.|
|FO 371/28591||1941||Sabotage by S.O.E. of British and Allied ships in French African ports.|
|FO 371/29405||1941||B.B.C. broadcasts to Finland and Sweden.|
|FO 371/29887||1941||Evacuation of the Greek Royal Family and Government.|
|FO 1110/189||1949||Meeting with George Orwell;
progress report from RIO(S); paper on Communist Strategy in South East Asia - previously released file which now includes a re-inserted extract - a list by Orwell of alleged Communists.
|Records created or inherited by the Home Office|
|HO 346/189||1959-64||Aircraft carrying nuclear weapons.
Procedures for handling publicity in the event of a crash in the United Kingdom of a United States aircraft carrying nuclear weapons.
|Records of Special Operations Executive|
|HS 9/1508/7||1941-42||Laurence van der Post SOE personnel file.|
|HS 9/466/6||1940-43||Aubrey (Abba) Eban SOE personnel file.|