Of course the 1980s and subsequent decades were to produce their own, rather different, examples of sometimes long-sustained direct action, notably at Greenham Common and Faslane.
ADM 1/28966 Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament and Committee of 100: Admiralty guidance 1963-1965
DPP 2/3432 RANDLE, Michael Joseph and others ("Committee of 100"): appeal against conviction and sentence. Appeal dismissed 1962
DPP 2/3442 RANDLE, Michael Joseph and others ("Committee of 100"): appeal to the House of Lords against conviction. Appeals dismissed 1962
DPP 2/3678 MOULE, Peter and others ("Committee of 100"): conspiracy (to effect public mischief) S9 Official Secrets Acts 1911-1939. No action taken 1963 [Note: The naming of a defendant within this catalogue does not imply guilt].
DPP 2/4379 FARR, Kathleen: impersonation of HM The Queen at "Committee of 100" demonstration, "March of Shame", in Parliament Square, London, on 30 April 1967. Prosecution for sedition not in the public interest 1967
PREM 11/4284 Correspondence on activities of Committee of 100 1961-1963
WORK 20/336 Trafalgar Square: meeting of the Committee of 100, 17 September 1961.
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