Public and Political: General: Political: parliamentary luncheons.

Reference code: CHUR 2/63

Part of: CHUR 2
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Date: Oct 1947 - Jan 1951

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Includes acceptances and refusals for a series of 29 luncheons hosted by WSC between November 1947 and November 1949 from the following Conservative and Unionist MPs and Lords: Reginald Manningham-Buller [later 1st Lord Dilhorne] (2); Christopher Hollis (2); Derick Heathcote-Amory; James Reid (2); Robert Thorp; Nigel Birch [later Lord Rhyl]; Sir Joseph Braithwaite; Sir Thomas Dugdale [later 1st Lord Crathorne]; Sir Anthony Nutting; Oliver Poole; Tufton Beamish [later Lord Chelwood]; Osbert Peake [later 1st Lord Ingleby]; Sir Arnold Gridley; Uvedale Corbett; John Maude; Sir Hugh O'Neill [later 1st Lord Rathcavan]; Alexander Spearman; Priscilla, Lady Grant [later Priscilla, Lady Tweedsmuir]; Captain Harry Crookshank; John Boyd-Carpenter; Patrick Buchan Hepburn [later 1st Lord Hailes]; William Shepherd; Henry Legge-Bourke; Douglas Dodds-Parker; Kenneth Pickthorn; 5th Lord Salisbury [earlier Robert Gascoyne Cecil and Lord Cranborne]; Conolly Gage; David Eccles; Antony Head; James Thomas [later 1st Lord Cilcennin]; John Hope [later 1st Lord Glendevon]; 2nd Lord Mancroft; Henry Spence (3); Alan Gomme-Duncan; Richard Law [later 1st Lord Coleraine]; [Alfred] Ernest Marples; Sir Charles MacAndrew; Alan Lennox-Boyd [later 1st Lord Boyd of Merton]; William Cuthbert (2); Samuel Haughton; [Arthur] Vere Harvey [later Lord Harvey of Prestbury]; Henry Studholme; Ralph Glyn; Oliver Crosthwaite-Eyre; Quintin Hogg [later Lord Hailsham of Marylebone]; Anthony Hurd; James Pitman (2); David Gammans; Walter Bromley-Davenport; Cedric Drewe; Charles Mullan; Thomas Galbraith [later 1st Lord Strathclyde] (2); Sir William Darling; Martin Lindsay; Sir Max Aitken; Walter Fletcher; Edward Carson; Sir David Robertson; Robert Grimston; Geoffrey Clifton-Brown; John Selwyn-Lloyd; John Hare [later 1st Lord Blakenham]; Lord Willoughby de Eresby [later 3rd Lord Ancaster] (2); Hugh Fraser; Peter Agnew; John Foster; Allan Noble; Cyril Osborne (2); "Robin" [Robert] Turton [later Lord Tranmire] (2); John Langford-Holt; Michael Astor; William Kingsmill; Malcolm Bullock; Sir Arthur Young; Peter Bennett [later 1st Lord Bennett of Edgbaston]; [Frances] Joan, Lady Davidson; Archer Baldwin; Toby Low [later 1st Lord Aldington]; Patrick Donner (2); Victor Raikes; Douglas Marshall; John Morrison [later 1st Lord Margadale]; Derek Walker-Smith [later Lord Broxbourne]; Sir Basil Neven-Spence; Gordon Touche; Leonard Ropner; Sir Cuthbert Headlam (2); Dennis Boles; Robert Boothby; George Ward [later 1st Lord Ward of Witley]; Sir Hugh [Munro-]Lucas-Tooth; Ralph Clarke; Lancelot Joynson-Hicks [later 3rd Lord Brentford]; Roger Conant; Neill Cooper-Key; Mervyn Wheatley; John Maitland; Ian Orr Ewing; ?John White; Basil Nield; Simon Ramsay [later 16th Lord Dalhousie]; Norman Hulbert; Arthur Howard; Sir Christopher Peto; Sir George Jeffreys; John Henderson; John Crowder; Simon Digby; Douglas Savory; Edward Keeling; Guy Lloyd; Hugh Linstead; Hugh Molson; David Price-White; Gerald Williams; Godfrey Nicholson; Malcolm McCorquodale; James Harden; Sir John Mellor; William Duthie; George Odey; Edward Fleming; Charles McFarlane; Alan Dower; Sir Stanley Reed; Lord William Montagu-Douglas-Scott; Ian Hutchison; Ernest Taylor; Harold Sutcliffe; Sir Walter Smiles; Thomas Cole; Sir Frank Sanderson; Sir Thomas Moore; and Sir James Hawkey, Chairman of Woodford [Essex] Conservative Association.

Also includes: press cutting; a paper by Savory.

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