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Northern Ireland: Campaign for Democracy in Ulster which first met in Committee Room at House of Commons; Movement for Colonial Freedom which held demonstration at Trafalgar Square, October 1968; speakers included Westminster MPs
1965 Jan 01-1968 Dec 31
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QPE 66 13/10/1
Closed Or Retained Document, Open Description
Retained by Department under Section 3.4
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Lord Chancellor's Instrument:
LCI 63 - Series containing retention instruments
LCI signed date:
2001 December 19
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