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... to treachery.(14) Nor were the Right Club gang entirely political losers even if after 1945 Ramsay crept away from public life, spending his time and money on funding Britons Publishing with Arnold Leese. Others who followed him remained politically active. Colonel Kerr (as Lord Teviot) organised the merger of the Liberal National Party with the Conservatives in 1947. Major Edmondson was Chairman of the Carlton Club until 1956. Lt. Commander Agnew remained MP for South Worcs until 1966 and Lord Lymington/the Earl of Portsmouth was a key figure in the white settlers in Kenya throughout the 1950s. Later still the Marquess of Graham could be found in the Rhodesia Front. The great ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 25  -  01 Jun 1999  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue37/lob37-05.htm
... manner of disinformation while he was editor and this spiel of his on Chile looks very much like an intelligence briefing - maybe even one of those distributed at the time of the Chile coup when Neil was working for the Economist, a regular outlet for IRD briefings. Tom Spencer MEP, RIP About a month before the political demise of the Conservative MEP and former leader of the Conservative group of MEPs, Tom Spencer, I was asked by a researcher at the European Parliament what I knew about him. 'Not a thing, ' I replied. 'Never heard of the guy. Why? ' My questioner replied something to the effect that Spencer was a strange Tory MEP who was ...
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... that the syringes had been used to squirt poison into the mouths of those (children and others) who had refused to drink. Still others seem to have duped into thinking that they were taking tranquilizers:bottles containing potassium cyanide, but labelled 'Valium', were scattered on the ground around the pavilion. Based upon this evidence, a conservative estimate would be that at least 700, and quite possibly more, of Jonestown's victims were murdered. No other conclusion seems reasonable. Once Dr. Mootoo's findings are accepted with respect to the cause of death, cyanide poisoning, we have little choice than to accept his judgement upon the manner in which the vast majority of the victims ...
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254. Britain's Secret Propaganda War (Book review) [Lobster #37 (Summer 1999)]
... ...... I said in my review that this fragment of Mayhew's 'may point the way to a completely new interpretation of anti-communism in Britain in the 1950s and 60s', and Lashmar and Oliver's chapter on IRD's domestic operations takes that contention a good deal further forward. The authors tell us that in 1956 the Conservative MP Douglas Dodds-Parker, a former anti-communist ally of Labour Foreign Secretary Bevin, had been appointed to the Foreign Office as Under-Secretary - and apparently in formal charge of liaison with IRD.(2 ) Dodds-Parker contacted IRD's Norman Redd-away who suggested using the files of the Home Region Committee 'which ...
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255. Electronic Privacy and the Encryption Debate [Lobster #37 (Summer 1999)]
... , users were systematically to be denied telecommunications privacy in the information age. '( 8 ) UK policy on crypto This government and the previous government have published a number of consultation papers and statements covering encryption and electronic commerce in recent years, the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) taking the lead role.(9 ) Both Conservative and Labour governments, in their 1997 and 1998 papers, proposed some form of key escrow system, in which a user's private encryption key is held by a third party or 'Trusted Third Party' (TTP). When appropriately authorised, a TTP would be required to hand over a key to law enforcement agencies, thereby allowing them ...
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256. Price of Power (Book review) [Lobster #36 (Winter 1998/9)]
... ; and it says something else that despite Challen's pulling together of the available material - some chapters have over 70 endnotes - at least half of the Conservative's recent financial sources remain a mystery. Even so, even in the triangle Challen identifies as being at the heart of the British political system, the City, the secret state and the Conservative Party, there is quite a lot of information available Inevitably, the chapters on the pre-Thatcher years are thinner than those since she came to power. One of the ironies of our time is that while Mrs T took office determind to keep a lid on the public's knowledge of the secret state and the other potential embarassments to ...
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... The conflict required full mobilization of national resources. Domestic expansion and production for military use rather than for export generated a rapid depletion of Britain's reserves, which were used to finance a steady stream of food, raw materials, munitions and capital goods from the United States above all. In order to facilitate the purchase of essentials (and to conserve shipping space) exchange controls were introduced on current and capital sterling transactions: the pound became an inconvertible currency for the first time since the Napoleonic wars. Meanwhile the need to finance military operations and bases abroad, together with the search for supplies of food and raw materials, led Britain to accumulate a mounting debt with traditional suppliers such ...
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258. The Liar: the fall of Jonathan Aitken (Book review) [Lobster #36 (Winter 1998/9)]
... '). Readers of James' memoir will remember him, back in 1973/74 in UNISON with G. K. Young. Similarly we are told that one of Aitken's close advisers (not named) was a confidante of Sir James Goldsmith - another name lurking in the background during the Wilson years - and that Aitken chaired the Conservative Philosophy Group. During his famous weekend at Mohammed Al-Fayed's Paris Ritz, the only call back to the UK that Aitken made was a lengthy exchange with Labour left-wing MP Diane Abbott, at her home in Hackney - an odd call for the broker of a big arms deal to make. All these items are brushed ...
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... of my work for CDS that Gaitskell pushed my candidature. ' Taverne worked with Jenkins at the Home Office and the Treasury, but shared with him and Thomson an active antipathy to the way the party was changing under Harold Wilson. The trio had been at the core of the 69 pro-Market Labour MPs who had voted with the Conservative Government in 1971.(7 ) Bradley quotes Liddle's future business partner, Taverne, as saying of that time: 'We feared not only that the party would turn against the Market but that we might face a split as serious as that of 1960 over nuclear disarmament. Only this time the odds would be against the social democrats. ...
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260. Joseph K and the spooky launderette [Lobster #36 (Winter 1998/9)]
... Serious Fraud Office. Nadir believes that his problems began when he refused cooperation with the US State Department in undermining the Denktas regime in Turkish Cyprus. Stories about Nadir's alleged arms and drug dealing began to circulate. Sound familiar? Michael Allcock, a tax inspector recently jailed for corruption, has claimed that he was fitted up after investigating a Conservative ex-government minister who was alleged to have relations with Nadir. Allcock had interviewed Robertson. Allcock was also investigating Howard Marks. In 1994, I contacted Pat through her solicitor and asked for an account of the banking and taxation affairs during our marriage. I indicated that a subpoena would be issued if the reply was unsatisfactory. ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 5  -  01 Dec 1998  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue36/lob36-04.htm
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