Craftsmen and Skilled Workers in Engineering, 1914-64
- Roundtable: Twentieth-century British History in North America. // Twentieth Century British History;Sep2010, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p375
The article presents a roundtable of reflections discussing the contributions and potential trajectory of British historical studies from scholars in the United States and Canada. Questions addressed within the section include the status of teaching 20th-century British history and issues at the...
- Solidarity and Sexuality: Lesbians and Gays Support the Miners 1984â€“5. Kelliher, Diarmaid // History Workshop Journal;Apr2014, Vol. 77 Issue 1, p240
During the British minersâ€™ strike of 1984â€“5 a large network of support groups was established throughout the UK and internationally, primarily to provide financial support. This article looks at the history of one group within this diverse social movement: London Lesbians and Gays...
- This England. // New Statesman;9/13/96, Vol. 125 Issue 4300, p10
Cites developments in Great Britain as of September 13, 1996. Member of Parliament David Atkinson's launching of a campaign to send the drive away prostitutes and drug addicts in Bournemouth East; Coastguards' efforts to search the seas off Brixham, Devon after a member of the public reported...
- News from nowhere. // New Statesman & Society;06/28/96, Vol. 125 Issue 4288, p11
Discusses news items on events in Great Britain. Difficulties faced by beleaguered agriculture minister Douglas Hogg; Reshuffle speculations in Westminster; Vulgar nationalism of British tabloids about the 1996 soccer semifinal match between Britain and Germany; Joan Baez's interview with the...
- Diary. Thomas, Mark // New Statesman;7/12/96, Vol. 125 Issue 4292, p6
Reflects on social events in Great Britain. Includes an argument for freezing parliamentarian's pay; Holding of a Socialist Worker's Party fundraising for miners in Cuba.
- Diary. Platt, Steve // New Statesman & Society;04/05/96, Vol. 9 Issue 397, p6
Focuses on developments in Great Britain, for the week ending April 5, 1996. Labour Party's efforts to prevent crime; Call for new legislation to deal with pubs; Call for contribution to the Foundation House.
- Fourth estate. Campbell, Alida // New Statesman & Society;11/3/95, Vol. 8 Issue 377, p11
Presents the issues covered by British newspapers for the week of October 26 to 31, 1995. Scrutiny of Prince William's private life; Moral crusade of the `Mail'; `News of the World's' response to contempts of court accusations; Coverage of Clare S hort's comments about cannabis; `Sun's' call...
- Pantomime is dead...oh yes it is. Murray, Iain // Marketing Week;12/18/1997, Vol. 20 Issue 38, p54
Comments on miscellaneous developments in Great Britain in 1997 reminiscent of the pantomime season. Death of Princess Diana of Wales; Trial of British au pair Louise Woodward in the United States; Emergence of personalities who have already lost their status with the public.
- This England. // New Statesman;11/1/96, Vol. 125 Issue 4308, p14
Highlights developments in England as of November 1, 1996. Includes a woman's complaints against a police officer for bad-mouthing two men who shot a fellow police officer; Slazenger's donation of tennis balls to the Mammal Society to become homes for harvest mice.