RepositoryLambeth Palace Library
LevelItem
Alt Ref NoRamsey 223, ff.80-133
TitleCommon Market
Date1972
DescriptionPapers relating to the effect on on the churches of Britain's entry into the European Economic Community (EEC), including: letter from Dr. Peter Hinchliff to Michael Moore of the Council on Foreign Relations about links with European Churches (f.80); note of the General Synod motions on British membership of the EEC, the report by John Selwyn Gummer for the Committee of International Affairs and Migration of the Board for Social Responsibility (ff.82-10)); letters from members of the public about the Queen's Coronation Oath, feared loss of sovereignty and similar issues (ff.102-103, 108-121); press release on Board for Social Responsibility's report "Britain in Europe" (ff.104-107); correspondence between Sir Robin Williams, Chairman of the Anti-Common Market League, and Archbishop Ramsey with an Opinion from Sir Harold Kent about the Coronation Oath and Article 37 of the Thirty-Nine Articles in relation to the European Communities Bill (ff.122-130); request, agreed, from The Times for an article by Archbishop Ramsey for a supplement entitled "Forward in to Europe" to be published on 2 January 1973.

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