Public and Political: General: Federation: Press cuttings and notes.

Reference code: CHAR 2/58

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Date: 1912

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CHAR 2/58/1 Cutting from the "Daily Chronicle" supporting WSC's defence of the Insurance Act but rejecting his proposal for regional parliaments in England as unhelpful with regard to the problem of Irish Home Rule. 14 Sep 1912
CHAR 2/58/2 Cutting from the Manchester Guardian on the reaction in Lancashire and Yorkshire to WSC's proposal for regional parliaments in England. 14 Sep 1912
CHAR 2/58/3 Cutting from the Daily News and Leader on the reaction in London, the Midlands, Lancashire and Yorkshire to WSC's proposal for regional parliaments in England. 14 Sep 1912
CHAR 2/58/4 Cutting from the People: cartoon and article ridiculing WSC's proposal for regional parliaments in England; report of WSC's re-organisation of the Admiralty and his changes to Navy discipline. 15 Sep 1912
CHAR 2/58/5 Cutting from the Manchester Guardian: letter to the editor approving WSC's proposal for regional parliaments in England. 16 Sep 1912
CHAR 2/58/6 Cutting from the Manchester Guardian: editorial criticising WSC's speech on "English Federalism" as it relates to Irish Home Rule but approving of it as it relates to English local government. 16 Sep 1912
CHAR 2/58/7 Cutting from the Manchester Guardian on the support of Sir Henry Manton, a leading Birmingham Liberal, for WSC's proposal for regional parliaments in England. 16 Sep 1912
CHAR 2/58/8 Cutting from the Liverpool Daily Courier: cartoon attacking WSC's proposal for separate parliaments for Ireland, Scotland, Wales and the English regions. 16 Sep 1912
CHAR 2/58/9 Cutting from the Municipal Journal: reactions by men involved in local government to WSC's proposal for regional parliaments in England. 20 Sep 1912
CHAR 2/58/10-11 Cutting from the "Daily Star" (Toronto, Canada): editorial praising the conduct of Robert Borden, Prime Minister of Canada, in Britain and criticising British Unionist politicians who warn that Ulster will violently rebel against Home Rule for Ireland, contrasting this with more temperate reactions to similar problems in Canada. Annotated: "This is good stuff to pump into Bonar's [Andrew Bonar Law] face and the other Hell hounds. You are a brick Winston". [Aug 1912]
CHAR 2/58/12 Envelope marked by WSC: "Federalism (Press Cuttings)". 1912