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Lord Denning's Report isbn 004461

Lord Denning's Report: Cmnd 2152

ISBN13: 002033
ISBN: 002033
New Edition ISBN: 004461
Published: September 1963
Publisher: The Stationery Office
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

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Presented to Parliament by the Prime Minister by Command of Her Majesty, September 1963

  • Part 1. The Circumstances Leading to The Resignation of the Former Secretary of State for War, Mr J.D. Profumo.
  • Part 2. The Operation of the Security Service
  • Part 3. Where Lies the Responsibility?
  • Part 4. Rumours Affecting the Honour and Integrity of Public Life
Main Subject Headings:-
  • Part 1: The Circumstances leading to the Resignation of the former Secretary of State for War, Mr J.D. Profumo
  • Part 2: The Operation of the Security Services
  • Part 3: Where Lies the Responsibility
  • Part 4: Rumours Affecting The Honour and Integrity of Public Life

  • Subjects:
    Legal History, Legal History (Out of Print)
    Limitations of the Inquiry and Report
    Part 1
    1.The Principle Persons
    2. The Cliveden Weekend and its Sequel
    3. Steven Ward Helping the Russians
    4. The Slashing and Shooting
    5. Christine Tells Her Story
    6. The Police are Told
    7. The Lawyers are Called In
    8. Ministers are Concerned
    9. The Disappearance of Christine Keeler
    10. The Edgecombe Trial
    11. Press Commentry
    12. The Meeting of the Five Ministers
    13. The Personal Statement Itself
    23rd March, 1963 to 5th June 1963: Uneasy Two Months
    15. Mr Profumo's Resignation
    16. Ensuing Events
    Part 2
    17. The Role of the Security Service
    18. Ministerial Responsibility
    19. The Security Service in 1961 and 1962
    20. The Security Service in 1963: Three Important Decisions
    21. Adequacy of Co operation
    Part 3
    22. The Press, the Police and the Security Service
    23. The Ministers
    Part 4
    24. The Scope of the Inquiry
    25. Rumours Arising Out of the Profumo Affair
    26. Rumours Arising Indirectly Out of the Profumo Affair
    27. Conclusion of Part 4