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Correspondents include: W Hubert Barlow-Wheeler, Honorary Secretary and Agent, Woodford Conservative Association (6); Gordon Downey, Assistant Private Secretary to the Chancellor of the Exchequer (2); John Johnston, Assistant Private Secretary to the Secretary of State for the Colonies; Alexander Gordon-Brown, Private Secretary, Home Office (2); Charles Regan, Assistant Private Secretary to the Minister of Pensions and National Insurance; George Dudman, Legal Secretary, Law Officers' Department, Royal Courts of Justice; John Stacpoole, Assistant Private Secretary to the Secretary of State for the Colonies; [Richard] Michael Robbins, Chief Public Relations Officer, London Transport Executive; [Walter] Leonard Allinson, Assistant Private Secretary to the Minister of Education (2); H Shaxon, constituent (5); G W Slay, constituent (4); John Graham [Assistant Private Secretary to the Foreign Secretary] (3); C G Smith, constituent (4); Harold Watkinson, Minister of Transport and Civil Aviation, on toll roads; Angus Fraser, Private Secretary, Board of Customs and Excise; S C Sadler, constituent (5); Donald Logan [Assistant Private Secretary to the Foreign Secretary]; Raymond Gedling [Assistant Private Secretary to the Minister of Health]. Also includes notes and copies of correspondence by Lettice Shillingford [earlier Lettice Marston], Jo Sturdee [later Lady Onslow], Elizabeth Gilliatt and Doreen Pugh, WSC's secretaries and Magdalene Stenhouse, WSC's Assistant Private Secretary.
Other subjects include: property rates; pension enquiries; invitations for WSC; complaints on the local rail service; war damage claims; visas for entering Austria; purchase tax; protests against the Government's policy on the Suez Canal [Egypt].
Also includes: press cuttings; extracts from Parliamentary debates on gun licensing; copies of letters from Alan Lennox-Boyd [later 1st Lord Boyd of Merton, Secretary of State for the Colonies] on restrictions on Jehovah's Witnesses in Trinidad, and from 6th Lord De L'Isle and Dudley [earlier William Sidney, later 1st Lord De L'Isle, Secretary of State for Air] on RAF living conditions in Singapore.
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