Original file, in reverse chronological order; undated material at end of file. Includes: pamphlets, press-cuttings, and details of several private pension schemes; minutes and memoranda of the Labour Party's study group on security and old age; Improvements in National Assistance (Cmnd.782, 1959); correspondence and memoranda by Richard Titmuss (/62-73, 91-6), Brian Abel-Smith (/75, 97-103, 417-19) and Tony Lynes (/83-7, 104, 112-17, 128-9); correspondence and papers of the British Federation of Business Professional Women (/109-111); correspondence and memorandum by A. Duval FIA, (/76-82; 121-7); papers of the Association of Superannuation and Pension Funds (/179-80, 242, 271-8); 'Provision for Old Age. The future development of the National Insurance Scheme', Cmnd. 538, 1958 (/204); resolutions for the 1958 Labour Party annual conference and notes re same (/206-19); J.H. Kitton, 'Four conclusions on the pensions problem', Life Offices' Association, 1958 (/220); Association of British Chambers of Commerce, 'National superannuation. A critical review of the proposals of the Labour Party', 1958 (/221); 'National Insurance Bill, 1957. Report by the Government Actuary on the financial provisions of the bill', Cmnd. 294, 1957 (/245); Life Offices' Association, 'The Pension Problem. A statement of principle and a review of the Labour Party's proposals', 1957 (/246); Labour Party, 'Talking Points', nos. 13-14, 1957, (/247); drafts of Labour Party's 'National Superannuation', 1957 (/310-32, 347-57); City of Salford, 'Report relative to the complete survey of elderly citizens in Salford', 1957 (/333); Labour Party, 'Discussion Notes, no. 3 Social Security', 1956 (/407); Fabian Tract 303, a group of trade unionists, 'Plan for industrial pensions', 1956 (/408); Timothy Hales, 'Superannuation', NALGO, 1954 (/409); National Amalgamated Union of Life Assurance Workers, 'Nationalisation or what?', circa 1949, (/410).