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181. The death of Diana: an update [Lobster #39 (Summer 2000)]
... (London: Virgin:1999), pp.149-158) Gerald Posner op.cit. The Bodyguard's tale op. cit. Interview with Rees-Jones, 'Sole survivor', op. cit. Jonathan Dimbleby interview, op. cit. Comments made by Rees-Jones in an interview on France 2 television. (Quoted in 'Paparazzi's role in Diana accident' on BBC News Website at: http://news.bbc.co.uk/hi/english/uk/wales/newsid_707000/707445.shmtl) Larry King Live interview, op. cit. Tim Reid, 'Al Fayed accuses Duke of plotting to murder Diana', The Times 23 November 1999. Ari Ben-Menashe, a former high ranking Israeli intelligence officer, has ...
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182. 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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183. Beware the proven lawyer! [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... , monstrous act, demented mind. Reclaiming History, p. 936. Reclaiming History, p. 939. Reclaiming History, p. 939. The Warren Report (Washington DC: US Government Printing Office, 1964), p. 201. Mailer filmed interview in Robert Stone's 85 minute documentary, Oswald's Ghost. Most recently shown on BBC Four on 5 June 2007. Bugliosi seems not to be aware of this novelettish silliness. And on the subject of Mailer, did anyone ever get beyond the first few pages of Oswald's Tale: An American Mystery (New York: Random House,1995)? The idea a novelist can bring an understanding to the case that a ...
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184. A Classless Society (Book review) (Winter 2013) [Lobster #66 (Winter 2013) (free)] [Free Issue]
... , detecting in all this emphasis on boozing, munching and horizontal daydreaming nothing very 'new economy' at all, rather the time-hallowed behaviour of the public-school layabout. The dot.com boom went smash in the early part of 2000. Absurd valuations collapsed, and a string of (briefly) famous names disappeared: boo.com, clickmango and others. Wrote BBC business reporter Jorn Madslien on March 9 2010: 'How we all laugh as we look back at a time when the talk was more important than the walk, and when scruffy entrepreneurs were courted by greedy venture capitalists, their ties hidden in their pockets. The crash was even more severe on Wall Street, and in an ominous foretaste of ...
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185. Brands and Britannia [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... pseudonym Oliver Kamm. On a different subject, presenter Jeremy Paxman referred to 'surviving a sustained barrage of astonishingly threatening lawyers' letters and ear-bending from one of the country's most expensive PR firms.' (The Journalist, November 2007). Declaration of Interests: I am a supporter of the Campaign for Press& Broadcasting Freedom which supports the BBC. See Independent on Sunday, 16 September 2007 See admission by former SIS Chief Sir Richard Dearlove of sympathy with what he called 'initial use' of rendition and torture, The Guardian, 16 May 2007. Given the manner of death in 2003 of one of Britain's most distinguished government scientists, Dr Kelly, it was perhaps not the ...
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186. Fifth Column [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... given failure in Iraq) becomes a test for whether the UK military can or should operate 'out-of-area' at all if Government will not trade butter for more guns. The latest Comprehensive Spending Review indicated that, if there is money to spare, it would go to the security and intelligence services and into soft power arrangements (such as the BBC Arabic and Farsi broadcast channels) and not into the sort of military resource that could cope with more than one military intervention at a time. The commitment to improving conditions for ordinary soldiers and their families and changes in compensation arrangements also suggest that the military is increasingly going to be seen as just one public service amongst many and that ...
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... of Davy Jones's Locker', New Scientist, 24 March 1983. The Times, 3 November, 1982 This was, incidentally, written up in Private Eye (16 July, 1982, p. 20). Duncan Campbell and John Rentoul, 'All Out War', New Statesman, 24 August 1984. I learnt this from a BBC journalist shortly afterwards. Reported, for example in The Observer, 6 January, 1991. Strategic Advisory Group of the Joint Strategic Planning Staff, US Strategic Air Command, 'The Role of Nuclear Weapons in the New World Order', quoted in Navy News and Undersea Technology, 13 January, 1992, Washington. Eric Schmitt, 'Head ...
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188. Parafinance: Enron and drilling for red ink [Lobster #43 (Summer 2002)]
... 30 million in political contributions to key congressmen. Chairing the relevant committee in Congress, Phil Gramm was among the leading beneficiaries. His wife, Wendy Gramm, had retired as head of the regulatory body governing futures trading in commodities and became head of Enron's audit committee. She had a relatively small salary but rather large stock options.. BBC News, Friday, November 5, 1999 ...
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189. New Labour against manufacturing (Winter 2014) [Lobster #68 (Winter 2014) (free)] [Free Issue]
... the prosperous, City-driven greater London area can experience growth while chunks of the rest of the country are in recession. In May 1999 the TUC reported that in the 106 constituencies where manufacturing employed more than 30% of the work force, half had recorded a rise in unemployment in the previous six months.8 As I was writing this paragraph the BBC news announced at the beginning of August 2001, that the manufacturing sector of the British economy was officially in recession in large part the victim of interest rates higher than those in the Euro zone and the USA and the concomitant over-valued pound. The same old story: the City does well, manufacturing does badly. All of this ...
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... 9 Ernest Wistrich, 'Lessons of the 1975 Referendum' in Roger Beetham (ed) The Euro Debate: Persuading the People (London: Federal Trust, 2001) p. 841. 10 Lindsey Jenkins- see note 6- p. 239. 11 British Management Data Foundation, 'Document: A Letter to The Times', Transcript of BBC Radio 4 programme broadcast on Thursday, 3 February 2000, (Stroud, Glos,: British Management Data Foundation) 12 Paul Lashmar and James Oliver, Britain's Secret Propaganda War, 1948-1977 (Stroud, Glos: Sutton Publishing, 1998) p. 149. 13 Ernest Wistrich,- see note 9- pp. 41-42 14 Douglas ...
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