Papers of Paul MacKenzie Walker, member of the Scottish Conservative Party, Scotland

Archive Collection

Scope and Content

  • Issues of Politics Today , 1978-1997
  • Speaker's notes, 1983-1987
  • Tickets, 1982-1987
  • Identity cards for Party conferences, 1983-1993
  • Pamphlets, 1966-1990
  • Publications relating to the Conservative Party, 1966- 1997
  • Publications relating to the Scottish Conservative Party, 1966- 1987
  • Publications relating to the Scottish Conservative Unionist Association, 1966- 1998
  • Publications relating to the Conservative Trade Union, 1966-1987

Administrative / Biographical History

Paul MacKenzie Walker was a member of the Scottish Conservative Party, who contested the Motherwell South constituency in 1983, and the East Kilbride constituency in 1987.

The Scottish Conservative & Unionist Party (usually shortened to the Scottish Conservative Party or the Scottish Tories) is the part of the British Conservative Party that operates in Scotland. It's political philosophy promotes conservatism and strong British Unionism. The party was established in 1965, when the previously separate Unionist party was merged into the Conservative Party of England and Wales, and formed the basis of the modern UK Conservative Party.

Arrangement

Listed by box. Items are generally listed in their original order

Conditions Governing Access

Open, subject to the  Data Protection Act 1998

Acquisition Information

Deposit : Paul MacKenzie Walker : Mar 2000 : ACCN 1900

Note

Collection level description created by Jennifer Turner, Archives Assistant, 24 Jan 2013.

Other Finding Aids

File list available by request to the  Duty Archivist