Frankly I felt a little hurt at the suggestion that I had closed the meeting. I did not see any chance of succeeding.
|Click to open||Tribunal of Enquiry, M Gordon||29th May 1968||Testimony|
Professor Manfred Gordon’s oral testimony before the Tribunal of Enquiry into the events of 7th May (pp. 238-246 of transcripts) involves some discussion of the decision to change the venue of Dr Inch’s lecture to the student Chemical Society, and the scene in the lobby as Inch was being questioned by demonstrators; it was Gordon who suggested that the discussion might move back to the comfort of the Committee Room shortly before the police moved in