Labour Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament

Scope and Content

Executive Committee minutes and papers, 1984-2000; Committee for Peace in the Balkans papers, 1997-1999; resolutions to Labour Party conferences, 1983-2000; correspondence with constituency and Labour Party secretaries, 1990-2000.

Administrative / Biographical History

Labour CND was formed in 1979 and has continued since then to promote support for nuclear disarmament within the Labour Party. It has done this by enlisting support for this amongst Labour Party and trade union members and organisations. Labour CND comprises supporters of the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND) who are also members of the Labour Party.


The Labour CND archive has been preserved in the original arrangement used by the depositor.

Access Information

Except for a few closed files, this collection is available to researchers by appointment at the Modern Records Centre, University of Warwick. See

Acquisition Information

This collection was deposited in the Centre by Carol Turner on behalf of Labour CND in February 2004.

Other Finding Aids

Appraisal Information

This collection has not been weeded.


Further deposits are expected.

Related Material

The Modern Records Centre also holds records of : the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament, the Christian Campaign for Nuclear Disamarment, the West Midlands Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament, Mary Brennan, Marjorie Thompson, Dr. James Hinton and Victor Gollancz.

The British Library of Political and Economic Science holds a large group of national administrative records and minutes and papers of the London region CND, Youth CND, and Colleges and Universities CND. The papers of the Aberystwyth Nuclear Weapons Committee, and CND Cymru are in the National Library of Wales.