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... ) and historian, to understand what his father became in the course of the 1930s. Francis Beckett's picture of the Labour Party in the 1920s is very reminiscent of today's New Labour, cutting benefit and cosying up to big business. On this particular occasion, it culminated in the Labour leadership's defection, forming a coalition government dominated by the Conservatives. John Beckett's disgust at these developments is quite understandable. Less understandable is his ending up in the British Union of Fascists (BUF). Beckett lost his seat in the 1931 General Election and in the years that followed seems to have been looking for a new political home. He was impressed by Mussolini's Italy, found William Joyce ...
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232. Rebranding SIS [Lobster #40 (Winter 2000/1)]
... , previously an essential 'branding' controller. Politics, too, have changed, also making SIS branding difficult. For example, so far as I am aware, the parliamentary clerks (controlling key committees of Westminster and assisting the Whips of both Houses and both Parties) are no longer retired SIS officers. Nor do they now retire into Conservative Central Office, or become Conservative Office agents in the constituencies. In addition, the (mainly Conservative) hereditaries have been booted out of the House of Lords. These clansmen, often representing industry bodies, were institutionalised SIS conduits. That is not to say that now that Biggles has lost his ermine, SIS are no longer represented ...
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233. Listen, Marxist [Lobster #40 (Winter 2000/1)]
... jailed for murdering another Celtic fan, young Mark Scott. He had his throat slashed. In 1998 Campbell's friend, Thomas Longstaff, was given a ten year jail sentence after another vicious attack on a Catholic. Campbell and Longstaff were both defended at their trials by Donald Findlay QC, Scottish Barrister, Dean of St Andrews University, leading Conservative, and who himself was caught on video giving a fine rendition of the Protestant anthem 'The Sash' at a post-match piss-up at Glasgow Rangers' ground, Ibrox. This is the context in which LM published their Scottish correspondents 'analysis'. This year again, at the height of Loyalist backlash against the peace process ...
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234. What Price National Security? [Lobster #40 (Winter 2000/1)]
... discuss secrecy issues. A free press was the last resort for getting allegations out, David Shayler said. 'My experience shows we don't have a balance between free expression and national security. ' Only recently the government had tried to put the editor of Punch in prison. (3 ) 'I used to think the problem was 18 years of Conservative government, now I think the problem is government per se. ' Rear Admiral Nick Wilkinson, Secretary of the D-Notice Committee, believes that without the D-notice system there would be more injunctions, and that a voluntary system is better than litigation, provided the system is applied in a liberal- minded way - his ...
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235. The View from the Bridge [Lobster #40 (Winter 2000/1)]
... information. Former young meteor-wise Jonathan Aitken may still be in the outer darkness where most of us are concerned but, according to the Mandrake column of the Sunday Telegraph of 18 June 2000, he has been welcomed back into the ranks of the Pinay Circle and attended the June meeting of the Circle in Lisbon. Also present were Conservative MPs Michael Howard and Alan Duncan and Lord Cranbourne, leader of the Tories in the House of Lords. NATO and Kosovo The most surprising comments on the NATO bombing of Yugoslavia came from that staunchest of Atlanticists the former MP John Gilbert, now Lord Gilbert, junior minister at of the Ministry of Defence. In evidence to the Defence ...
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236. Disinformation: From Euros to UFOs [Lobster #40 (Winter 2000/1)]
... .. .. .The Minotaur Media Tracking Report - an independent report commissioned last year by Global Britain - demonstrated, conclusively, BBC bias on the European Union and on the Euro in the lead-up to the European elections. Crucially, senior staff at the BBC managed the news to such an extent that the Pro-Euro Conservative Party, which received just 1% of the popular vote, received infinitely more coverage than did my Party, which achieved 8% of the vote. Yet, when we met with Mr Mitchell and his colleagues on 31 July, Mr Mitchell could refer us to no action whatsoever that had been taken by the BBC to ensure that ...
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237. Right meets Left [Lobster #39 (Summer 2000)]
... extracts from Turner's letter takes us further into the issues which Cohen's encounter with Robert Henderson raise. Take Turner's comment, 'To many Leftists, I fear, men and women of the Right are somehow less than human and undeserving of even basic human courtesies. ' This is certainly partly true. At worst, the left suspects that underneath the conservative is the fascist; at best, that a conservative philosophy is either rationalisation of self or class interest, or a delusion. But the mirror image is also true. To many on the right, the men and women of the left are somehow less than human etc. This is illustrated by Turner's false account of the SWP's position ...
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238. Two views of Dorril (Book review) [Lobster #39 (Summer 2000)]
... Labour for its craven cowardice and refusal, not only not to rein MI5/6 in, but actively to encourage them! In particular Robin Cook has ratted not only on the Labour Movement and his former allies, but in the words of his former wife Margaret, has sold his soul to the devil. Never mind, that ghastly conservative creep Blair tells us we should be proud of our MI6 boys and girls for they give us a cutting edge over the rest of the world. Has Anthony Blair, former pop group performer, public school boy, and son of an extreme Thatcherite, any idea what the cutting edge of the British Government's dirty work hit squads, ...
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... mention by Curry. There is no reference to its employment of the agent provocateur William Rickard, who in 1917 framed a family of socialists (the Wheeldons) on trumped-up charges of plotting to assassinate Lloyd George. The Zinoviev Letter is mentioned, but not the fact that MI5 officers (notably Joseph Ball, who later became a Conservative Party official) were prime suspects for leaking it to the press in order to damage the Labour Party's chances at the 1924 election. Curry implicates British Communists in sabotage of Royal Navy vessels. Yet the Admiralty files prove that MI5 found not a shred of evidence and that the dockyard workers dismissed following the sabotage scare, in 1937, ...
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240. Euro-bound? Or: the same river twice [Lobster #39 (Summer 2000)]
... step towards the creation of Europe's own spy agency, based in Brussels. And in the Daily Telegraph of 28 February 2000, Alan Judd, the former (? ) SIS officer Alan Petty (26) warned of plans to create an EU army. All of which is indigestible to sections of the British state, virtually the whole the Conservative Party, a large chunk of Labour, much of the British media - and would be to the British electorate were they ever to be asked to approve them. euro bound?I don't know if the Blair government is going to try to get us into the euro. The political/financial media are uncertain. There is no ...
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