1979: DES employee writes to Grey over concern for ‘Johnny Go Homes’Posted: March 15, 2015
Another brilliant post from this source
In the months before the 3rd May 1979 General Election when Thatcher swept to power ousting Callaghan’s Labour government, and the 3 year DES grant for the Albany Trust’s ‘Experimental Project’ on ‘Youth and Sexuality’ was coming to an end, Antony Grey was in correspondence with a civil servant employee of the Department of Education & Science concerning ‘health education’ and concerns over the future of governmental policy in this area. It was a concern that would be well-founded, judging by the DES cool response to the Albany Trust’s Youth Worker report on the experiment in January 1980.
[see further blog post: ANOTHER DES FUNDED ‘YOUTH EXPERIMENT PROJECT’, HENNIKER-MAJOR & A WWII MILITARY INTELLIGENCE ANALYST]
On 22 February 1979, John Alexander, writes to Antony Grey on departmental notepaper:
“I greatly enjoyed our time together on 22 February and only regret that, by the nature of things, it was not possible…
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