Backbench Debate within the Conservative Party and its Influence on British Foreign Policy, 1948-57
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Overview This book examines Conservative backbench debate on European integration and British relations in the Middle East between and In seeking to compare the impact of a loose affiliation of Conservative MPs, an organized faction of longstanding and an ad-hoc pressure group, the text concentrates upon the Europeanists, the Suez Group and the Anti-Suez Group and considers their attempts to influence British foreign policy, using interviews with former parliamentarians and contemporary sources, published and unpublished.
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