Records released under Freedom of Information in May 2005 - Page 1 of 5

Freedom of information logo

This table lists the individual records opened in May 2005 as a result of Freedom of Information requests. In a small number of cases, the record will appear in the subsequent month’s list because action to update the Catalogue, and enable direct ordering, has not been completed.

Return to list
Catalogue ref. Date Description
Civil Service Commission
CSC 11/258 1942-1962 Vassall, William John Christopher
COAL 31/141 1982 - 1984 Select Committee on Energy: pit closure programme; statement by Arthur Scargill to National Union of Miners. 2 parts
COAL 30/843 01/01/1985 - 31/12/1985 Central Secretariat Parliamentary Section: Letter to Peter Walker MP about Transfers for Miners who are being Victimised for Working During the Dispute
COAL 30/342 01/08/1984 - 31/12/1984 Undesirable Publicity: Mr Arthur Scargill (President of the National Union of Mineworkers): Libel Action
Crime
HO 144/3577 1923-1924 Criminal Cases: O'BRIEN, Arthur Patrick (or Art) Convicted at Central Criminal Court (CCC) on 26 June 1923 for seditious conspiracy and sentenced to 2 years imprisonment
HO 144/19798 1922-1935 Criminal cases: HARNDEN, Sarah Convicted at CCC on 12 October 1922 for murder and sentenced to death (commuted)
Ecclesiastical
HO 144/22758 1946 Ecclesiastical: Cardinals Griffin, Gilroy and McQuigan received by George VI and Queen Elizabeth
Emigration of Children
MH 102/1886 1948-1956 Emigration of children to Australia: reports by Mr John Moss on visits to Swan Home and Coogee Home near Perth
First World War
HO 144/21564 1940-1941 War: Eric Hamilton Piercy, husband of divorced wife of William Joyce ('Lord Haw Haw'), detention under Defence Regulation 18B.
HO 144/1560/254721 1913-1920 War: Censorship of correspondence
Future of Broadcasting
HO 245/2088 1974-1977 Committee on the future of Broadcasting: report: final revision
HO 245/2087 1974-1977 Committee on the future of Broadcasting: report: final revision
Greece
FO 371/160407/1 1961 Greece: internal political situation - previously closed extract: Jacket CE 1015/22. Now released and reunited with parent piece