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... ? It is not the Met we might fear (certainly compared to MI5 in the past) but the type of orders that may be given to the Met by the Home Office as reforms get 'finessed' under political pressure. The conduct of the New Labour administration is not reassuring to date. Notes [1 ] There are some basic BBC reports of the Crowborough incident as it appeared on the weekend of 2/3 September at: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1 /hi/uk/5308626.stm http://news.bbc.co.uk/1 /hi/uk/5309604.stm http:/ ...
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... they received. GKY gave general guidance as to what was wanted, but didn't dictate timing, or subject matter, wording or targets for the letters. I felt it was strange that I, an unknown, was given such an important task. I felt he just wanted to create an impression of activity and organisation. In January 1984 BBC broadcast 'Maggie's Militant Tendency' which concerned, inter alia, relations between MPs and Tory Action. Neil Hamilton and Harvey Proctor sued for defamation and in September 1986 the BBC subpoenaed me to produce documents re: Tory Action in order to support their case. I telephoned GKY that night to tell him what had happened: he advised me ...
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113. The view from the bridge [Lobster #52 (Winter 2006/7)]
... a serious interest in the British secret state. In the past we have had MPs who had been secret servants (mostly Conservative) and a few Labour MPs who took a temporary interest. Almost twenty years ago Ken Livingstone took a sustained interest until the researcher who was generating the questions he was asking in the House of Commons joined the BBC. Now we have Norman Baker, the Liberal-Democrat MP, who has kind of inherited the 'awkward squad' mantle from Tam Dalyell. He has had a short Commons debate on MI6 ( [2 ] ) and he is now pursuing the death of Dr David Kelly. In July he wrote 'I believe David Kelly did not ...
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114. Yo, Blair! [Lobster #52 (Winter 2006/7)]
... 'apparently' wanted excised because in the current situation it is possible that the FCO are entirely happy to have Murray's comments made available but are unable to admit so publicly. [6 ] <www.ft.com/cms/s /3a7a368c-224d-11db-bc00-0000779e2340.html> [7 ] Reported on the BBC News Website of 3 August 2006. <http://news.bbc.co.uk/1 /hi/uk/5240808.stm>. [8 ] See Richard Beeston and Tom Baldwin, 'New blow for Blair over his policy on Lebanon', The Times 2 September 2006. [9 ] Former US ...
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115. Some examples of corporate, cultural and state PR [Lobster #52 (Winter 2006/7)]
... [12] The Observer 15 October 2006; The Sunday Times, Brand Supplement, 24 September 2006 . [13] The Sunday Times, 6 August 2006. Seasoned non-spook diplomats were always annoyed some spook analysis was based on recycling overseas newspaper articles (open source). The modern equivalent is mining the net. See also BBC Ten O clock News, 'Online Jihadism', 25 October 2006 [14] BAA rather ruined the airport safety message with point 2 of its Important Information to travellers, reading: 'You can shop as usual, and take advantage of the wide selection of famous brands . . . , ' advert in The Independent 31 August 2006. ...
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116. Tittle-tattle [Lobster #52 (Winter 2006/7)]
... to prevent the extradition of the NatWest Three, caught in the long shadow of Enron. The old friend of Tony and Cherie Blair was a young barrister when she was recruited to the Atlanticist freemasonry in 1987. BAP was not just a rite of passage for Baroness Scotland. She continues to serve on the UK advisory board with her old BBC pal James Naughtie and Mike Maclay, the man from Hakluyt. The small irony she may have pondered as she flew west on behalf of the wealthy City trio was that one of the funders of the BAP used to be the NatWest Charitable Trust. The influence of the unelected Baroness Scotland may wane rapidly once Blair goes, but the ...
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... they perceive to be inaccuracies, distortions and omissions, in particular related to political and environmental matters. They take their inspiration from media analysts such as Noam Chomsky and Edward Herman and campaigning journalists such as John Pilger. Their main, but not exclusive, focus is on the liberal newspapers, such as The Guardian and The Independent and the BBC. This is because the papers are allegedly writing from a viewpoint that is in some way critical of the powers that be, and the latter because it aspires to be accurate and a public service broadcaster, not beholden to commercial pressures. The book is structured around several key episodes in modern history: the second Gulf War and the ...
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118. No smoke without fire? [Lobster #52 (Winter 2006/7)]
... and orderly environment during that time. The media, with its constant searching for bad stories and personal scandal, has played a significant role in this.( [12] )Programmes either ridiculing local government or calling it into question ( 'Beadle's About', 'That's Life', for example) are ultimately quite corrosive. The current BBC approach to reporting serious issues Paxman scoffing at all interviewees, the daily knocking copy of the 'Today' programme and the various polite but lightweight Dimbleby panel shows is similarly so; and reflects the general political circumstances that have developed in the last thirty years.( [13] ) Since the mid-1970s UK politics has been notable ...
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119. The view from the bridge [Lobster #51 (Summer 2006)]
... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 51) Summer 2006 Last | Contents | Next Issue 51 The view from the bridge HP source 'The plot against Harold Wilson', the drama-documentary broadcast on BBC 2 on 16 March, was a strange affair. It was really little more than a World in Action half hour from the late 1970s puffed-up, complete with redundant reconstruction of Wilson and Marcia Falkender meeting BBC journalists Penrose and Courtiour (Pencourt). Is the TV audience now presumed to be incapable of watching half an hour of factual material? Do we really need to see James Bolam-as-Wilson staring thoughtfully ...
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120. Tittle-tattle [Lobster #51 (Summer 2006)]
... 2003, in the Roosevelt Room of the White House, President George W Bush presentedthe Presidential Medal of Freedomtothat scourge of CIA-under-the-bed paranoids everywhere, Lord Robertson of Port Ellen. Beams and motes A splendid riposte was handed to Robertson's old chum, Denis MacShane, in the letters column of The Guardian. The former BBC reporter turned international trade union official and then Foreign Office minister, had taken issue with former Washington ambassador Sir Christopher Meyer. He claimed the man who is now chairman of the Press Complaints Commission had used inside government information for private gain in his book on Blair foreign policy, and went on to say strong things about the PCC. ...
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