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181. Back to the future: the 1970s reconsidered [Lobster #34 (Winter 1998)]
... , the left and right nationalists of British politics - opposed the American-dominated, open, post-war order.(65) It was a one-sided struggle. The 'yes' campaign had unlimited funding, the support of the City of London, the large British companies, the British state, its broadcasting apparatus (the BBC) and almost all the rest of the media, as well as covert assistance from the CIA and IRD. The 'no' campaign was out-spent ten or fifteen to one. The socialist wing of the Labour Party had made its challenge and been defeated. Prime Minister Harold Wilson immediately removed Tony Benn from his job as Industry ...
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... trust with a long record in the US of supporting right-wing causes. Its membership reaches beyond formal politics to include rising figures in finance, industry, academia, the military and the civil service. Media members include Economist political editor David Lipsey, Independent economics editor Diane Coyle, Times Educational Supplement editor Caroline St John-Brooks and BBC journalists Jeremy Paxman, Isabel Hilton, Trevor Phillips and James Naughtie. BAP's Origins The first recorded mention of the need for a 'successor generation' came in 1983 when President Ronald Reagan spoke to a group, including Rupert Murdoch and Sir James Goldsmith, in the White House. The reason for the 21 March gathering that year was US ...
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183. The View from the Bridge [Lobster #33 (Summer 1997)]
... interest rates. Gordon Brown would have said, 'It's already in our program, Lord Cromer, ' but Wilson threatened to call a general election on the theme of the government or the Bank of England. Cromer backed down in a hurry. On 3 January 1997 the Guardian carrried a long, splendidly condescending letter from John Cole, erstwhile BBC political editor, pointing out that this Wilson-Cromer conflict was not news, that it had been described in great detail in, for example, Wilson's own account of his first term in office. I like some of Hennessy's books. His Cabinet, for example, is full of interesting bits and pieces. But like most British ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 15  -  01 Jun 1997  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue33/lob33-06.htm
... Norman Scott! The result is not uninteresting. There is a lot of new information on Jeremy Thorpe's years of living dangerously as one of the most prominent faces in British politics while cruising London's gay scene. There are also more detailed accounts of a number of the episodes in Pencourt, including the moves made by the higher management at the BBC to shut them up; the Peter Bessell version of events, the perambulations of Norman Scott - and the actual conspiracy to murder him. But in ignoring the psy-ops operations Freeman has served up an interesting snack rather than a main course. There is one absolutely wonderful comment from Wilson's private secretary and confidante, Marcia Faulkender, ...
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... secretary of the shopworkers' union USDAW from 1962-79; Walter Anderson, general secretary of the local government union NALGO from 1957-73 and on the TUC general council for much of that period; Sir John Boyd, general secretary of the AUEW from 1975-82, also on the TUC general council, a governor of the BBC and a director of British Steel; Terry Casey, general secretary of the teachers' union NAS/UWT and vice-president of the pro-NATO teachers' union international; Lord Collinson, general secretary of the agricultural workers' union as was, and on the governing body of the UN's International Labour Organisation throughout the 1960s; ...
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... British political power overseas and thus to benefit the overseas sector. See pp. 16/17. See Neil Kinnock's Making Our Way (Blackwell, Oxford, 1986). Bryan Gould, Goodbye To All That, (Macmillan, London, 1995) p. 202 Gould p. 205. Eatwell is now Lord Eatwell. Duckworth/BBC, 1982 See note 24 above Gould p. 209 This is discussed below. To my knowledge neither has explained this change and I am unable to date this precisely. Colin Hughes and Patrick Wintour in their Labour Rebuilt (Fourth Estate, London, 1990) come close to implying that the shift to a pro-EEC position was ...
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... politics: Wallace, Holroyd and Lobster Colin Wallace's 1980 conviction for the manslaughter of Jonathan Lewis was quashed on 9 October 1996. Considering the size of the political iceberg beneath that little tip, with the notable exceptions of the Guardian and Channel Four News, the response of the media on mainland UK was pathetic, if hardly surprising. The BBC even got John Ware of all people, one of the co-authors of the notorious 1987 Independent smear-job on Wallace and Fred Holroyd, to give the first comment on Radio 4's the World At One. Duly delivering himself of the opinion that he still didn't think much of Wallace, Ware gave every sign of remaining unwitting ...
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188. The Kincora Scandal (Book review) [Lobster #31 (Jun 1996)]
... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 31) June 1996 Last | Contents | Next Issue 31 The Kincora Scandal Chris Moore Marino Books, (an imprint of Mercier Press), 16 Hume St., Dublin 2, Ireland. 6.99 Chris Moore worked for the BBC in Northern Ireland during most of 'the troubles' and should have been ideally suited to write a decent account of Kincora and its surrounding scandals. Alas, this book is a complete turkey. It's got no index, and no sources notes; all too frequently, where Moore does cite another source, a newspaper, for example, he gives no date ...
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189. Post-war: private sector propaganda begins to regroup [Lobster Special Issue: The Clandestine Caucus (199]
... Conservative Party groups or fronts, continued with Aims of Industry. Aims estimated that they had gained 93,178 column-inches of editorial space in 1949, worth over 1,800,000.(49) In the first six months of 1949 Aims claims to have had 41 radio broadcasts on the Home or Light programmes of the BBC; and just before the election of 1950 in January, 362 magazines and newspapers gave 11,269 column inches to Aims-inspired stories. Aims magazine, The Voice of Industry, thanked the British press for their 'impartial partnership', in March 1950, noting that 'News about the achievements of private enterprise and the failures of nationalisation ...
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190. The subversion hunters and the social democrats in the 1970s [Lobster Special Issue: The Clandestine Caucus (199]
... then SDP MP: 'there in fact were a group of people working with Roy Jenkins outside parliament, most of whom were known to many of us, friends of ours, some who were less well known, in the SDA or elsewhere'.(119) In November 1979, after Jenkins' had been given the Dimbleby Lecture on BBC TV in which to more or less announce his intention of forming a social democratic party, businessman Clive Lindley and London Labour Councillor Jim Daley, both of whom had been active in the Campaign for Labour Victory,(120) set up the Radical Centre for Democratic Studies, 'a press cutting and information service on the political scene in ...
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