Unissued / Unused material.
Hugh Gaitskell speaks on the withdrawal of basic petrol rations. London.
M/S Fuel Minister Hugh Gaitskell, seated at desk, full face. Various C/U's of him speaking. He says we can't afford to spend dollars on things that aren't absolutely necessary and...
Councillor Harry Mears, President of C.E.A. complains about cinema tax.
Chancellor of the Exchequer addresses convention planning greater exports.
Chancellor of the Exchequer Hugh Gaitskell switches off the rolling steel mill at Port Talbot.
The Labour Party elects Mr Hugh Gaitskell to succeed Mr Clement Attlee as Party leader.
The funeral of Hugh Gaitskell, leader of the Labour Party, takes place in London.
Anti-Nazi German mayor arrives in London to discuss foreign policy.
Hugh Gaitskell and Nye Bevan with Khruschev in Moscow.