Document referenceDMP2
Level of description Fonds
TitleAnn Clwyd, Member of Parliament, Papers
Creator(s)Labour Party
Ann Clwyd
BackgroundAnn Clwyd (b 1937), was elected as MP for the Cynon Valley (Labour) in 1984 and became the first woman to represent a South Wales Valleys' seat. She has been a Member of the House of Commons Select Committee on International Development, Chairman of the All-Party Group on Human Rights, and Joint Vice Chair on Portugal. The papers in this collection relate to her activities as a Member of the European Party for Mid and West Wales, during the 1980s.
DescriptionPapers of Ann Clwyd, 1964-1987, comprised of: letters despatched, 1980-1984, 1986. Constituency correspondence, 1984-1987. Correspondence and papers, 1964-1987, includes correspondence relating to Mrs Edwina Currie, 1985 and 1986; correspondence relating to the European Economic Community, 1978-1985; correspondence and papers relating to health and the National Health Service, 1979-1987; correspondence relating to transport in Wales, 1984-1986; correspondence and papers relating to the Warnock Report (which is concerned with reproduction and the implications of test-tube babies, surrogate motherhood, and experiments with embryos) 1984-1986; miscellaneous correspondence and papers 1980-1987 - subjects include: coal; deportation; education; library services; Nigerian water supply; street lighting; and the Turkish peace movement.
ArrangementArranged as follows: letters despatched, arranged chronologically; Constituency letters have been arranged alphabetically by constituents' names; correspondence and papers have been arranged alphabetically by subject
Extent47 envelopes, 8 files, 2 bundles
AppraisalAll records have been retained.
Source of AcquisitionDeposited by a private individual on 14 November 1990.
Conditions of accessSome of this material is confidential. Researchers wishing to use the collections are requested to specify in writing to the Glamorgan Archivist, their area of interest and the purpose of their research.
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