Pissing in or pissing out? The ‘big tent’ of Green Alliance

Lobster Issue 42 (Winter 2001/2) £££

[…] Presidency in ’70s; SNP candidate in 1992 and 1997. JOHN STEWART – National Coal Board Industrial Relations section from ’50s; major writer on local government; wife ( Theresa Stewart) had long career in Labour local government in Birmingham DICK TAVERNE – Labour MP for Lincoln 1962; QC 1965; left Labour Party and formed his […]

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The View from the Bridge

Lobster Issue 74 (Winter 2017) FREE

[PDF file]: The View from the Bridge Robin Ramsay Thanks to Garrick Alder and Nick Must for editorial and proof-reading help. Going round in circles In the section below subheaded ‘What goes around’, I referred to David Teacher’s massive study of Le Cercle. Teacher informs me that his fifth, final and slightly revised version is now on-line.1 […]

The Brexit impasse

Lobster Issue 74 (Winter 2017) FREE

[PDF file]: The Brexit impasse Scott Newton The UK government’s approach to Brexit has floundered along ever since Theresa May’s infamous ‘Brexit is Brexit’ comment in July 2016, which sought to foreclose Britain’s negotiating options even before the talks had started. It excluded the possibility of a Norway-style relationship between the European Union (EU) and the UK, […]

Kincora: abuse and the British state

Lobster Issue 83 (Summer 2022) FREE

[PDF file]: […] leader of a loyalist paramilitary organization called Tara and had two expressed hatreds: the Roman Catholic Church and Communism. On 29 October 2014 the British Home Secretary, Theresa May, wrote to Tam Dalyell, the former Father of the House of Commons, regarding the Historical Institutional Abuse Inquiry (HIA) chaired by a former High Court Judge, […]

A tale of two Islingtons: How Blair opened the door for Corbyn

Lobster Issue 77 (Summer 2019) FREE

[PDF file]: […] legislature (and quite possibly imprisonment) in any other country. Such largesse is a privilege zealously guarded by all PMs and the recent use of these powers by Theresa May (and by implication, Corbyn, should he become PM) has renewed calls for the UK to upgrade its constitutional arrangements. Blair and Brown are culpable for failing […]

Some agent protection issues and more comment on SIS PR

Lobster Issue 62 (Winter 2011) FREE

[PDF file]: […] protection issue – I would say one of the most important on recent public record – arose when Lady NevilleJones, formerly Dame Pauline Neville-Jones, told Home Secretary Theresa May that Mrs. May did not have ‘sufficient security clearance’ to view raw intelligence about a potential terrorist attack. I believe Lady Neville-Jones was right to do […]

The View from the Bridge

Lobster Issue 81 (Summer 2021) FREE

[PDF file]: The view from the bridge Robin Ramsay Thanks to Nick Must (in particular) and Garrick Alder for editorial and proofreading assistance. *new* SNAFU or FUBAR? I glance at the financial pages of some of the newspapers, mainly to see the latest idiocy that has been allowed to happen. Most recently that has been the collapse […]

South of the border

Lobster Issue 76 (Winter 2018) FREE

[PDF file]: […] from outside are banned) and that General Kelly might even have been aware that the recording was taking place. * new * How viable was the ‘ISIS-inspired Theresa May murder plot’? In August, 21 year-old Naa’imur Zakariyah Rahman was sentenced to a minimum term of 30 years for plotting to kill British Prime Minister, Theresa […]

The View from the Bridge (updated 20 Sep 2022)

Lobster Issue 84 (Winter 2022) FREE

[PDF file]: […] course. We must find a new model’ at . See also his more recent essay at . Nick Timothy was joint chief of staff for Prime Minister Theresa May. 67 68 Reported in The Times on 25 May. John Booth spotted this. 69 24 the event. Now Phillip Nelson70 has written a long piece about […]

[PDF file]: […] course. We must find a new model’ at . See also his more recent essay at . Nick Timothy was joint chief of staff for Prime Minister Theresa May. 39 40 Reported in The Times on 25 May. 13 called Does Truth Matter?41 On the front cover it states: Many untrue statements were made about […]

Anna Raccoon and the dawn of Savilisation

Lobster Issue 75 (Summer 2018) FREE

[PDF file]: […] Health Service, by various police forces, education authorities and by the ongoing £100 million Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA), announced by the British home secretary Theresa May in 2014, will never be known. Cameron-Blackie collated extra information from research into BBC records gathered online by two other blogging investigators known as Moor Larkin2 […]

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