Letter from Annie Kenney to The News of the World, 1951
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Transcript – KP/AK/5/2
1, Campers Road
Monday 19th. March 1951
The John Hilton Bureau,
"The News of the World,"
30, Bouverie Street,
London. E. C. 4.
As a result of listening to the Broadcast on the Home Service at 8.0 p.m., on Tuesday March 13th. 1951, entitled "The Women's Rebellion", I am prompted to seek your advice regarding the matter broadcast.
Firstly, the portrayal of myself was quite inaccurate, Secondly, the words used in the conversation ( in the early part of the broadcast ) between Mrs Pethick Lawrence and myself were not correct and failed to present the true purport of that conversation, Thirdly, my permission ( nor comments ) concerning the script was not obtained nor even asked by the Author or Producer.
I should be grateful for your comments on my legal standing with regard to any protests which I feel it necessary to make.