Discover 100 years of Cabinet Office history
In 100 years of Cabinet Office records, some of the most important moments in British history have been captured in fascinating and revealing detail. Visit our new online resourceto explore the Cabinet story.
December 2016 marks the 100th anniversary of Lloyd George’s premiership and the first ever official and systematic record of Cabinet proceedings.
From the First World War and General Strike to the Suez crisis and development of Concorde, this collection of fascinating documents will give you insights into major events between 1916 and the late 1980s.
Find out more about the birth of modern government in Britain and some of the key events of the 20th century: Cabinet Office 100.
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Kate Williams, Amber Butchart, and Mel Backe-Hansen join our 20sPeople season of online talks10/01/2022 11:15:00
National Archives yesterday announced more details of the online events programme as part of our 20sPeople season marking this month’s publication of the 1921 Census.
1921 Census for England and Wales published today06/01/2022 14:15:00
Today we have published the 1921 Census for England and Wales online with our partners Findmypast.
Regional hubs to offer free online access to 1921 Census of England and Wales01/12/2021 10:15:00
We can announce two regional hubs that will provide free online access to the 1921 Census of England and Wales from 6 January 2022.
Newly accredited archive service announced01/12/2021 09:15:00
Following a recent Archive Service Accreditation Panel, the UK Archive Service Accreditation Committee is pleased to announce that Medway Archives Centre has been awarded accredited status for the first time.
Records at Risk Fund10/11/2021 11:15:00
The National Archives, the Archives and Records Association and the British Records Association are pleased to launch the ‘Records at Risk Fund’.
The National Archives joins international Our Collections Matter sustainability initiative09/11/2021 12:33:00
The National Archives yesterday announced it has partnered with the International Centre for the Study of the Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property (ICCROM) to help deliver the Our Collections Matter initiative.
20sPeople programme to connect us all with our past05/11/2021 13:33:00
To mark the publication of the 1921 Census of England and Wales in January, we yesterday announced 20sPeople: an exciting programme of events and activities connecting our lives in the 2020s with those of people living in the 1920s.
1921 Census online publication date announced28/10/2021 13:33:00
National Archives yesterday announced that the 1921 Census for England and Wales will be published online by Findmypast on 6 January 2022.
Success at Government Information Group Awards07/10/2021 11:15:00
The Legislation Services and Web Archiving Teams have been awarded the Government Information Group (GIG) Annual Award, which celebrates the work of those in the KIM profession in government, for their work in tackling the twin legislation challenges of EU Exit and the pandemic.