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... run the Brunel Centre for Intelligence and Security Studies. Morrison was a career intelligence officer who was the ISC's researcher for five years until fired for having the temerity to express minor dissent from the government line on Iraq, and he is now at the Brunel Centre. Between them they have much academic and practical knowledge. The authors are essentially conservative defenders of the British security and intelligence system. It isn't that they aren't critical; it's just that they don't want to, or are unable to, deal with the reality of that system. In their view of this country's recent history there were no Wilson plots; Northern Ireland is ignored; Cathy Massiter was guilty of 'moralising misrepresentations ...
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252. Tittle-tattle [Lobster #52 (Winter 2006/7)]
... influence of the unelected Baroness Scotland may wane rapidly once Blair goes, but the BAP will still have plenty of members around Gordon Brown should the man, who has already said he wants to replace Trident, begin to stray from Atlanticist orthodoxy. Thinking even further ahead we have BAP veteran 'two brains' David Willetts on hand for a future Conservative cabinet. Already a powerful influence on David Cameron is Steve Hilton,( [1 ] ) an early BAP recruit and a fellow trustee of the Citizenship Foundation with Maclay. Guardian news Leaving the comfort of her Guardian column, Madeleine Bunting announced to her readers in June: 'I've reached a point where I want to do more than ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 15  -  01 Dec 2006  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue52/lob52-10.htm
253. The view from the bridge [Lobster #52 (Winter 2006/7)]
... .. MI5 terminated Blair in the late 1980s when it was downgrading its study of subversion and Blair was rising to the higher ranks of the Labour Party. ' The spook-wise We've got another MP who takes 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' ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 15  -  01 Dec 2006  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue52/lob52-24.htm
254. Plundering the Public Sector (Book review) [Lobster #52 (Winter 2006/7)]
... only efficiency mattered, and the best thing they could therefore do was get the private sector in to teach the public sector how to do things, and transfer as much as possible from public to private. (And because they were the Labour Party, they could do this without the opposition from the unions and the public sector that the Conservative Party would have faced. Many of the trade union supporters and members of New Labour have been in a state of total denial about the reality of the party they have been supporting.) This book describes some of how this was done. In the words of the book's subtitle, 'How New Labour are letting consultants run off with ...
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255. Empire's Workshop (Book review) [Lobster #52 (Winter 2006/7)]
... firm observation emerged: that present US policy in the Middle East was predictable to those who had studied the Latin and Central American wars. Other commentators had noted how 'recycled Reaganites' (Bolton, Negroponte, Reich, Abrams) were dominating the new century's doctrine. In those wars, writes Grandin, 'the coalition made up of neo-conservatives, Christian evangelicals, free marketers and nationalists that today stand behind George Bush's expansive foreign policy first came together. ' Grandin sees the evangelicals as a throwback to the Christian new right of Reagan's days, a force that opposed the liberation theology of Latin America, which saw Christianity and capitalism as antithetical. It is Grandin's aim and achievement ...
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256. Challenge to Democracy (Book review) [Lobster #52 (Winter 2006/7)]
... McIntosh seems to be telling almost by accident. And they are fascinating. On January 25 1974 (p .63), Kenneth Adams, director of studies at the Royal family's own think-tank (St George's House at Windsor Castle) 'said he could see no way out of the current situation except a change of leadership in the Conservative Party. ' Were the Royals, or some of them, showing Heath the door? On March 22 1974 (p .98), we learn that the Department of Trade and Industry was dismembered after Labour's return to power that month because Harold Wilson 'did not want anyone - and especially Tony Benn - to have such a strong ...
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257. No smoke without fire? [Lobster #52 (Winter 2006/7)]
... Private Eye and The London Review of Books. Foot wrote a column in which it was stated that highly placed local Freemasons in North Wales were attempting to cover up huge amounts of abuse because one (or possibly more) of their number were involved in a paedophile ring. The basis for the claim appears to be that Lord Kenyon a Conservative member of the House of Lords who lived in Shropshire but had been a member of the Police Authority that covered north Wales was a Freemason and that his son had been implicated in one of the claims;( [6 ] ) and that the former police superintendent mentioned in The Independent was also a Freemason. No evidence of any ...
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258. At Her Majesty's Secret Service, reviewed [Lobster #53 (Summer 2007)]
... only have been related to the Defendant by past (or present) officers.... incidents, operations, investigations and other matters which have not previously been made public. ' You can't buy an endorsement better than that, thanks very much. And if 'the Establishment' was cross with 'West' it didn't stop him becoming a Conservative MP; and under Margaret Thatcher, who hated dishers of dirt and secrets. So, for me, 'West' has always been a puzzle: a conservative (and Conservative) historian of spookery with ambiguous relations with the services about which he was writing. I bought his first books back in the days when there were so few ...
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259. The 1975 Referendum on Europe, reviewed [Lobster #53 (Summer 2007)]
... Meanwhile the 'pros', containing all the centrists who had been promoted by the media as the 'sensible' people, had tons of money and some covert help from the British secret state in the shape of IRD. The only bits of interest are an entertaining account by Alan Sked of his career as a eurosceptic and this snippet from former Conservative MP Richard Body: 'Carefully selected people were invited to luncheon and dinner .. .. .. .. to hear speakers give what they claimed to be confidential briefings "off the record". The real reason which could not be told publicly for our entry to the common market was because our intelligence service had learned the Soviet ...
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260. Good-bye Tony [Lobster #53 (Summer 2007)]
... or the social gains made through struggle. Unfortunately how right was I to be. Ironically it might be this worship of the 'wealthy' which might be the undoing of Blair as he ends his period in office mired by the honours scandal. The reason that the Economist gave for backing his re-election, that he was the best conservative on offer was totally true; but even die-hard conservatives must have been shocked at his totally supine attitude to the Bush administration. He provided legitimacy to the Bush regime's worst excesses and made them an easier sell to sceptical Americans. Propping-up one of the most repressive and imperialistic regimes (Iraq, Guantanamo Bay etc. ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 19  -  01 Jun 2007  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue53/lob53-13.htm
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