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Peter Clarke

Zweiniger-Bargielowska, Austerity in Britain: Rationing, Controls and Consumption, 1939–1955 (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000), pp. 250–5. 22 Time, 10 January 1969. 23 Such differences partly turn on whether we simply track the Conservative advantage in itself, or whether we instead measure the Conservative lead over Labour. The former methodology underpins the findings usefully tabulated in Joni Lovenduski, Pippa Norris and Catriona Burgess, ‘The party and women’, in Anthony Seldon and Stuart Ball (eds), Conservative Century: The Conservative Party since 1900

in The art of the possible
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Chandrika Kaul

and the New Liberalism (Cambridge, 1971), p. 6. 47 R. Cockett, ‘Party, publicity, and the media’, in A. Seldon and S. Bell (eds), Conservative Century ( 1994 ), p. 547. In 1910 Malcolm Fraser became the first press adviser to Conservative Central Office

in Reporting the Raj
The Conservative party and the idea of devolution, 1945-7
Matthew Cragoe

, 11, 19 March 1966. 124 WM, 20 March, 30 September 1967. 125 WM, 4 November 1967; Ken Young, ‘The party and English local government’, in Anthony Seldon and Stuart Ball (eds), Conservative Century: The Conservative Party Since 1900 (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1994), p. 426. 126 Bryan Keith-Lucas and Peter G. Richards, A History of Local Government in the Twentieth Century (London: Allen & Unwin, 1978), pp. 209, 215–17. 127 WM, 20 April 1966. 128 Bod. L., CPA, LCC 1/2/12, Minutes of the Leader’s Consultative Committee, 13 May 1968; CRD 2

in The art of the possible