Ref NoA44/1/16/3
TitleCorrespondence
DescriptionTS and MS letters between Kevin Boyle and others and discussing the Anglo-Irish Agreement. File includes letter signed by H.G. Calvert, University of Cardiff, saying "I wish I could strike a note of optimism in this letter. . .God Help us! All now depends on the Iron Lady. We have all of us been assuming that patient persuasion could illuminate their self-interest. It will not." (18 Dec 1985) Michael Lillis, Department of Foreign Affairs; The Secretary of State for Northern Ireland, London from Tom Hadden, thanking him for hospitality at Hillsborough last week. . . (25 Nov 1985) Frank Sheridan, Private Secretary to Peter Barry, T.D. Minister for Foreign Affairs (24 Feb 1986); Letter from [Geoff Gilbert], The Polutechnic of North London, attaching a proposal for a conference on Anglo-Irish Legal Relations (4 Sep 1987); Copy of letter and article from [Tom Hadden] to Boyle, entitled "How the Anglo-Irish Agreement Might be Saved From Its Friends" (n.d) Telex and TS report copied by Kevin Boyle to Tom Hadden from [The Guardian] reporting on how the defeat of the Divorce Referendum in the Irish Republic will have weakened the Anglo-Irish Agreement" (20 Jul 1986)and other documents.
Date1984-1988
FormatPrinted document
Extent19 pp
Persons
CodePersonNameDatesParallel forms of name
DS/UK/32Boyle; Kevin (1943-2010); Human Rights activist, barrister, lecturer.1943-2010
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