List of Conservative Monday Club publications

List of Conservative Monday Club publications

This is a list of publications of the Conservative Monday Club, a prominent Tory political pressure-group in the United Kingdom.


* "A Personal Record", (of rejection of socialism, &c.,) by John Braine, December 1968. []
* "Ireland - Our Cuba?" by Jeremy Harwood, the Hon. Jonathan Guinness, & John Biggs-Davison, M.P. 1970 []
* "Capital - Yours or Theirs?", by the Club's Taxation Group, Chairman: A. P. Leslie, February 1970. []
* "Rents - Chaos or Commonsense?", by Horace Cutler 1970. []
* "Standing Room Only - The Population Problem in Britain", by Geoffrey Baber. 1971. []
* "Some Uncivil Liberties" by Cllr.Sam Swerling. 1971. []
* "Education and the Permissive Society", by Clive Buckmaster, early 1970s []
* ""Europe's Back Door: The Soviet Maritime Threat", by Patrick Wall, M.P., early 1970s. [] ISBN 0-903900-02-5. 1973
* "The Enemies Within", by Comdr. Anthony T. Courtney, O.B.E.,R.N.,(Retd).,(M.P., for Harrow East (UK Parliament constituency) 1959-1966), with a foreword by the Hon. Jonathan Guinness. 1972.
* "The Crooked Conscience - Are the Churches Politically 'Bent'?", by Bernard Smith. 1972. []
* "Who's Getting at Our Kids?", by Cllr.Sam Swerling. ISBN 0-903900-00-9. 1972. []
* "State & Economy - Need for a Tory Rethink", by the Club's Economic Policy Group. ISBN 0-903900-01-7. 1972.
* "When the Bough Breaks", John Peter Preece Smith, ISBN 0-903900-03-3 circa 1973.
* "Thoughts on Defence", by Anthony Courtney, M.P., for Harrow East, 1959-1966] , David Pilleau, & Peter Langley. July 1974.
* "Local Rates", by Cllr.Brian Costello, mid-1970s. []
* "Towards a Solution", by Julian Amery, M.P., 1975. []
* "Rhodesia & The Threat to The West", by the Rt.Hon. Julian Amery, M.P., John Biggs-Davison, M.P., Harold Soref (former M.P.) and Patrick Wall, M.C., M.P. 1976. []
* "Europe - The Unguarded Legacy", by John Young & the Club's European Policy Group, with a foreword by the Rt.Hon. Julian Amery, M.P., and introduction by John Biggs-Davison, M.P. 1978. []
* "Who's Afraid of Laissez Faire?", by David Hart (of the 'Committee for a Free Britain'), 1980. ISBN 0-903900-05-X. []
* "The Price of Peace", by Brian Crozier, 1980 [Club were distributors only] []
* "Communist Propaganda Apparatus & Other Threats to The Media" by Sir James Goldsmith - a booklet containing his statement to the Media Committee of the Conservative Party at the House of Commons, 21st January, 1981. [Club were distributors only] . []
* "Immigration, Repatriation, & the C.R.E.", by K.Harvey Proctor, M.P., John R. Pinniger, M.A., with a foreword by Sir Ronald Bell, Q.C., M.P. 1981. [ Referenced in "Constitutionalising Racism: The British Nationality Bill 1981", Dixon, "Critical Social Policy". 1981; 1: 94-100]
* "The Conservative Party & The Common Market", by David Storey & Teddy Taylor, M.P. July 1982. []
* "Recall to Greatness", by John Murray, mid-1980s. []
* "The Preservation of The House of Lords", by the Rt.Hon.The Lord Sudeley, with a foreword by Sir John Stokes, M.P. 1991. [ House of Lords (PDF)]

Other publications

* "The Challenger" journal of the Scottish Monday Club
* "Right Hook", quarterly journal of the Young Monday Club. Editor in Spring 1979 was Eleanor Dodd.
* "Tory News", occasional newsletter
* "Tory Challenge" quarterly journal of the National Monday Club. Editor in 1980 was Clive Buckmaster.
* "Monday World", glossy magazine, (editorial board in 1981: Eleanor Dodd (editor), Cllr.Sam Swerling (former editor), David Storey, John R. Pinniger, Graham Mather, John de Vere Walker).
* "Monday News" quarterly newsletter (editor in November 1981, Eleanor Dodd, 1984 - Stuart Notholt).
* "Right Ahead" 'Conservative & Unionist' occasional newspaper, notably the annual Conservative Party Conference editions. The Summer 1986 edition carries and impressive line-up of writers of whom many are M.P.s. The 1985 editorial board consisted of: David Storey (editor, and Club chairman), Cedric Gunnery (a Club co-founder, Director, & Treasurer), George Gardiner, MP, and Teddy Taylor, MP.
* "Monday Club News" regular newsletter, 1989 on, edited by Gregory Lauder-Frost (1989-1992).


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