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Speech notes for WSC's speech (3 February 1928, Town Hall, Birmingham), entitled "Liberal Party Economic Policy" on the next General Election, the Government's economic record, criticism from Philip Snowden [former Chancellor of the Exchequer], cuts in the Fighting Services, the betting tax and Ramsay MacDonald [Leader of the Opposition]'s views on it, income tax and Liberal economic policy. Source material includes press cuttings from the Times reporting Arthur Henderson's [later Lord Rowley, Labour MP for Burnley, Lancashire] speech on the next General Election, and Ramsay MacDonald on the Totalisator. Also includes a cutting from the Times reporting WSC's speech. Published: Complete Speeches IV pp 4343 - 4349.
Speech notes for WSC's speech and broadcast (10 February 1928, Civil Service Annual Dinner, Connaught Rooms, London), entitled "The Civil Service" on the role of broadcasting in politics, the range of the Civil Service and its relation to politics. Published: Complete Speeches IV pp 4349 - 4350.
Speech notes for WSC's speech (1 March 1928, Oxford Union Society, Oxford), entitled "The Government's Record" on political stability, the economy and Liberal indecision. Also includes a press cutting from the Oxford Chronicle reporting the speech. Published: Complete Speeches IV pp 4360 - 4361 (part).
Speech notes for WSC's speech (6 March 1928, Dinner for Argentine Ambassador [Don Jose Uriburu], Mayfair Hotel, London), entitled "Argentina" on the close relations between Britain and Argentina. Source material includes: a note from Edward Marsh [Private Secretary]; Board of Trade notes on Anglo-Argentinean trade; a press cutting from the Financial Times on Argentinean prosperity; the annual report of British Artists' Exhibitions (1927); a press cutting from the Times on the British art exhibition at Buenos Aires. Published: Complete Speeches IV p 4361.
Press cutting from the East Anglian Daily Times (7 March 1928, Essex Women Unionists Luncheon, Hotel Great Central, London), entitled "General Election Prospects" on political stability and the Government's record. Published: Complete Speeches IV pp 4361 - 4362 (part).
Print of WSC's speech (29 March 1928, Institute of Naval Architects) for the presentation of a bust of Sir Philip Watts [late Adviser on Naval Construction to the Board of Admiralty], paying tribute to Watts and his contribution to naval development.
Speech notes for WSC's speech (28 April 1928, Hippodrome, Newcastle-upon-Tyne), entitled " The Budget", on rating reform for industry and local authorities. Also includes press cuttings from the Newcastle Daily Journal and North Star, and the Sunday Sun, reporting the speech. Published: Complete Speeches IV pp 4407 - 4410.
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