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Correspondents include: Leslie Hore-Belisha, Minister of Transport, on a rail accident at Wormley [Hertfordshire] (2); Sir James Hawkey, Vice-Chairman of Epping Division Conservative Association (31); Cecil Pike [MP for Attercliffe, Sheffield, Yorkshire] and Robert Hudson [MP for Whitehaven Division of Cumberland] on speaking in WSC's constituency; Sir Kingsley Wood [Minister of Health] on local housing and health provision.
Other subjects include: constituency opinion on WSC's stance over India, European rearmament and the National Government; pension and employment queries by constituents; election campaign details; post office and local government matters; trade unions in banks; road safety; a charitable donation by WSC; general constituency business.
Also includes: copy of West Essex Unionist Association Annual Report for 1934.
|Physical:||2 bound files (204 folios).|