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Treasury Solicitor: Registered Files, Treasury and Miscellaneous (T & M Yearly Series)

Selected registered files from the Treasury Solicitor's Treasury and Miscellaneous (T & M) series. The files were registered in an annual series from 1955. The T & M series dealt with questions submitted by the Treasury and other departments not generally covered by more specialised series of files.

The files cover a variety of topics including the Bank Rate Tribunal of 1957-1958, and inquiries into the aircraft crash at Ndola, Rhodesia, in which Dag Hammarskjöld (the Secretary General of the United Nations) was killed, the Aberfan disaster, allegations of cruelty by prison officers at Walton Jail, Liverpool, offences under the Official Secrets Act committed by John Vassall, evidence given in the murder trial of Timothy Evans and Reginald Christie, and the collapse of flats at Ronan Point in 1967.

Date: 1888-1996

Arranged in former reference order.

Related Material: Earlier files in the T & M series are in TS 27
Held by: The National Archives, Kew
Former reference in its original department T & M (yearly) series
Legal status: Public Record(s)
Language: English
Creator: HM Procurator General and Treasury Solicitor, 1876-1975
Treasury Solicitor's Department, 1975-
Physical description: 1165 files, flat sheets and rolls
Access conditions: Subject to 30 year closure unless otherwise stated
Immediate source of acquisition: Treasury Solicitor's Department , from 1989
, from 1989
Accruals: Series is accruing

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