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101. Election-rigging in the UK [Lobster #49 (Summer 2005)]
... shall call Mohan who helped me obtain this information against a tight deadline [4] Information emerging since this visit indicates that a worker who regularly visits the home as a hairdresser is the wife of a local Tory party worker. [5] The case of another Bedfordshire woman with Alzheimer's who was apparently tricked into voting was taken up by BBC news. Louisa Garrett was seen on TV claiming that she 'doesn't really know' who she voted for, but that she had 'voted for Tony Blair and then put him to bed'. In actual fact, she had signed away her vote to the brother of a local Conservative party worker. <http://news.bbc.co.uk/ ...
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102. Beyond 'The Da Vinci Code' [Lobster #49 (Summer 2005)]
... the public or by having persons on the ground leaking documents, revealing sources of funding, exposing manipulative activity and so on. [7] <www.timesonline.co.uk/article/0 ,, 13509-1479153,00.html There is a good account of the Spanish Constitutional Referendum with many links at <www.unizar.es/euroconstitucion/Treaties/Treaty_Const_Rat_spain.htm> [8] BBC online, 28 January 2005< http://news.bbc.co.uk/1 /hi/world/ europe/4215391.stm> [9] The Independent, 31 May 2004 [10] Hansard 19 January 2005, column 1020W [11] Hansard 5 April 2005, column 1323W [12] The Financial Times 20 January 2005 [13] ...
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103. The view from the bridge [Lobster #48 (Winter 2004)]
... 'British intelligence'. Days of innocence, they were! No regrets John Morrison, the chief investigator for the House of Commons Intelligence and Security Committee, who was sacked for his comment about the collective raspberry blown through Whitehall at Tony Blair's talk of Iraq being a threat (see 'Iraq', above), made some further comments on BBC Radio 4. 'There was a culture of news management which came in after 1997 which I had not seen before and intelligence got swept up in that.' During the bombing of Yugoslavia the pressure from the MOD press office to come up with good news was intense. Morrison said: 'What I did, in effect, was within ...
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104. After Iraq: some FCO/SIS issues [Lobster #48 (Winter 2004)]
... 14 An expression apparently catching like wildfire to describe terrorist conduct, including the beheading of hostages, is 'Armed Propaganda' (AP). This could backfire and seems vaery like a typically dated, crude attempt at ineffective Anglo-US mind control: 'the Allies' are equally adept at AP, albeit of a different type. 'This Week', BBC TV, 23 September 2004. 15 Financial Terrorists: An example could be those known collectively as the Russian oil oligarchs, whose corruption is responsible for as much destruction as the more 'traditional' sort. It is worth remembering that President Gorbachev, who tried to prevent the West from asset-stripping Russia, was toppled, in favour of the ...
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105. Tittle-tattle [Lobster #47 (Summer 2004)]
... (c) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 47) Summer 2004 Last| Contents| Next Issue 47 Tittle-tattle Tom Easton The ties that bind The treatment of Andrew Gilligan – blamed by the internal BBC inquiry while all his superiors escaped censure – throws a little more light on the tightness of the New Labour network. Conducting the investigation was Caroline Thomson, the BBC director of policy, who is married to Roger Liddle, Tony Blair's adviser on defence. Thomson and Liddle, whose role as a lobbyist while on the No 10 payroll was revealed in 1998 by Greg Palast (see Lobster 36 ), are very old friends of Peter Mandelson. Thomson and Liddle were big wheels in the ...
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106. Terrorism, Anti-Semitism and Dissent [Lobster #47 (Summer 2004)]
... Henry 'Scoop' Jackson. The last was a key figure in the US military-industrial complex, often known as the Senator for Boeing. A passionate supporter of Israel and fierce opponent of détente, he was a politician who gave early encouragement to Perle, Ledeen, Frank Gaffney (a member of the Reagan administration and since much used by the BBC), Carl Gershman (see below) and a whole swathe of politicos and propagandists later to be known as Neoconservatives. Travelling from Britain with Chalfont were Brian Crozier, Robert Moss, former New Statesman editor turned Thatcher cheerleader Paul Johnson and former Labour Home Secretary Merlyn Rees. Quite why Rees should be in this company in Jerusalem is ...
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107. A Very British Jihad (Book Review) [Lobster #47 (Summer 2004)]
... (c) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 47) Summer 2004 Last| Contents| Next Issue 47 A Very British Jihad: Collusion, conspiracy and cover-up in Northern Ireland Paul Larkin Belfast: Beyond the Pale, 2004, £10.99 p/back <www.btpale.com/> Larkin was an investigative journalist and producer for the BBC in Northern Ireland and this book is based round the TV programmes he made there about the paramilitaries and the British state in the late 1980s and mid 1990s. Basing the book round TV investigations is mostly good news: since TV journalists in this kind of field have to undergo much more scrutiny than most of their print colleagues, the core factual content of the ...
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108. Tell me lies (Book Review) [Lobster #47 (Summer 2004)]
... the invasion, stand up pretty well. There are interesting snippets on the intelligence services and disinformation, psy-ops, US propaganda and media behaviour. The material which has survived best is the essays on the workings of the media and state propaganda; and of those the most interesting pieces to me are by the journalists: Tim Llewellyn, former BBC reporter, on how the corporation persuades itself that it isn't pro-Israeli; Yvonne Ridley on waking-up to the reality of what the major media was doing; and Faisal Bondi on Al Jazeera. It's the actual mechanics of news production that interests me: how individual journalists and media organisations square the circles of official disinformation. In the last 20 ...
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109. Historical Notes [Lobster #46 (Winter 2003)]
... UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan and no invasion takes place – because this is 1998 not 2003. In all the ferment about the second Gulf war there was hardly any reference to the near miss five years earlier. Only the veteran journalist Alastair Cooke gave the 1998 crisis any serious discussion in two editions of his 'Letter from America', broadcast by BBC Radio 4 on 15 June and 11 August this year. The story is instructive on two levels. First because it suggests that it may be wrong to claim that if Clinton or Gore had been in the White House there would have been no war and secondly for what it tells us about British foreign policy in the Blair era. ...
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... had been in place when he was a serving police officer, it would have made a difference. But how these new provisions will work in practice remains to be seen. Notes 1< www.innocent.org.uk> 2 Don Hale, Town Without Pity, (London: Century, 2002), pp.196-7. 3 His story is being made into a BBC TV drama for February/March 2004 called 'In denial of murder'. 4< www.pca.gov.uk/investig/others.htm> 5 The new Code of Conduct (Schedule 1 of the Police (Conduct) Regulations 1999 (SI 1999 No 730) came into force April 1999< www.legislation.hmso.gov.uk/si/si1999/99073003.htm> 6 Summary of the ...
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