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191. 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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192. Spook PR [Lobster #44 (Winter 2002)]
... Qatar's Royal family. Long awaited details about the payments, suspected of being sweeteners to secure big defence contracts from the oil-rich Gulf state, are set to emerge in court proceedings in St Helier, Jersey's capital.' 10 'Foreign Office officials are examining ways of using public and private funding to turn the BBC's struggling international TV news channel, BBC World, into a global player... its existence would promote "good governance" and help raise Britain's international profile'- The Guardian 22 July 2002 11 The Times 17 April 2002: SIS is hoping to recruit:'... Arabic speakers and a more diverse range of ethnic recruits...' This is ...
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193. Ian Macgregor, Lazards, Pearsons, and Amax [Lobster #5 (Aug 1984)]
... as well as being chairman of the Conservative Party organisation from 1963-65. His son is now chairman of S. Pearson and Son. Sir Campbell Adamson, as well as his former positions on State steel bodies and Director-General of the CBI from 1969-1976, was a deputy under-secretary at the Department of Economic Affairs from 1967-69; a member of the BBC advisory committee from.1964-67, and from then till 1975; on the Social Science Research Council from 1965-69; and on the National Economic Development Council from 1969-76. A daughter of the 2nd Viscount Cowdray married the 9th Duke of Atholl (Duke is as high as you can go in the aristocratic hierarchy- there are only 26 of them) ...
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194. Web update [Lobster #44 (Winter 2002)]
... committed by a national or on a territory of a govt that has ratified the court's treaty (neither the US not Iraq are among the 81 govts that have ratified the treaty so far) and will only act when national courts are unable or unwilling to investigate or prosecute. Ireland Panorama- A Licence to Murder Two-part documentary broadcast by the BBC June 19 and 23 2002 'reveals the extent to which some members of the British Intelligence services colluded with- and even tried to direct- loyalist death squads in N. Ireland.' 'John Ware uncovers the role of Military Intelligence and RUC Special Branch officers in one of the most brutal and controversial murders of the "troubles": ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 5  -  01 Dec 2002  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue44/lob44-wb.htm
... ? 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://news.bbc.co.uk/1 /hi/england/southern_counties/5310522.stm The picture given by ...
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196. Kincoragate [Lobster #1 (Sep 1983)]
... killing', after they heard how he had fought with the 29 year old Sussex antique dealer and then dumped his body in the river. Wallace had been having an affair with Lewis' wife, Jane. The case became known as the 'It's a Knockout' trial because the affair started when the couple organised a local heat of the BBC TV competition." (Leveller ibid) In a recent report from David McKittrick, Wallace admitted to him that British intelligence had been guilty of serious misbehaviour. This included, he said, the planting of ammunition on Republican suspects, unauthorised phone-tapping, and deliberately misleading Sir Harold Wilson and Northern Ireland Secretary, Merlyn Rees. These, ...
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197. PR, Iraq and 'the allies' [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... Americans and double-entendre: 'There are no chinks in our security'. Doubtless, had the script not been so bad, the story about the happily bungling spy could have played in Iraq as part of Britain's 'hearts and minds' campaign: a sort of movie equivalent to British troops losing 9- 3 to the Basrah football squad. (BBC report following the fall of Basrah.) 4 The Times 7 April 2003. 5 The Observer, 12 January 2003. This is a wholly different conflict, albeit ripe to spill out into Europe any day soon: there is little public awareness of Algeria's 130,000 dead in its civil war sparked by the cancellation of a 1992 ...
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198. 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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199. Back to the future: the 1970s reconsidered [Lobster #34 (Winter 1998)]
... and the Tory Right- roughly, 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 Minister. ...
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200. The final testimony of George Kennedy Young [Lobster #19 (May 1990)]
... up to an authoritative history of post-World War Two British intelligence. In the face of the continual smearing and discrediting of British intelligence by the media, he was given clearance by Maurice Oldfield who was by then 'C', to speak up in its defence. But latterly he confessed himself defeated by the left-wing clique who had a grip on BBC and independent television networks, and who deliberately and effectively distorted programmes on security matters. The exceptions were Robin Day and the ITN editors who always gave him a free run in live interviews. But Young was severely critical of Mrs Thatcher's obsession over curbing former intelligence officers from expressing their views. So long as current operations were not endangered ...
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