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281. A Century of Spin, reviewed [Lobster #55 (Summer 2008)]
... . Why would they differ? Both groups of politicians are pro-American, pro-Israeli, pro-globalisation, pro-free market, pro-nuclear, pro-EU and pro-destroying the public sector. The only significant difference is that the Cameroons are linked to a different cluster of corporate sponsors. The NuLab and Conservative parties' use of PR is discussed but that isn't the meat of those chapters. This is the best introduction to real power politics in this society that I have read. Anyone who finds Lobster interesting will find this congenial and stimulating. Large chunks of this book would sit very comfortably in these pages and many themes which have appeared ...
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282. Tittle-tattle [Lobster #55 (Summer 2008)]
... retirement from countering 'domestic subversion' as head of F section in 1979. Working with Margaret Thatcher's aide during the miners' strike, David Hart, Elwell used British Briefing – according to some sources part-funded by Rupert Murdoch – to continue to defame many of his old elected political targets, thus 'raising a favourable wind' for the Conservative prime minister in the miners' strike and all that followed. An earlier BBC political editor When John Cole was narrowly beaten by Peter Preston in the contest to become the editor of The Guardian in 1975 he moved to The Observer – then under separate ownership – before joining the BBC in 1981. Re-reading his 1995 political memoir ...
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283. The politics of the organic movement - an overvie [Lobster #56 (Winter 2008/9)]
... founded the Soil Association in 1946. Its publication led to a conference at Lymington's Hampshire estate in July 1938 which brought together several key figures in organic history: among them, the agricultural botanist Sir Albert Howard, the nutritionist Sir Robert McCarrison, R. G. Stapledon, and the landowners Rolf Gardiner and Lord Northbourne. Lymington had been Conservative MP for Basingstoke from 1929 to 1934, resigning his seat in disgust at parliamentary democracy's inability to deal with the economic depression. He admired Mussolini; he was prominent in William Sanderson's English Mistery and went on to establish his own version of it, the English Array; he knew the Nazi leadership personally; he ran an anti- ...
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284. The once and future king? [Lobster #56 (Winter 2008/9)]
... (GLC). There is a certain rough justice in this, in that it is this period which continues to define him for many people and provides a great deal of the explanations for his subsequent conduct. Livingstone comes from a respectable working-class Tory family. Until he was 28 he lived at home with his parents who were Conservative Party members and activists. This is not investigated by Hosken, but was previously mentioned by Carvel. Their activism included helping at elections – always a key indicator of serious political commitment. They lived in a council flat for a few years in the early 1950s but bought their own house as soon as possible. It would have been ...
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... billion of sterling balances – equivalent to about one-eighth of the GNP – held in London by overseas governments, banks, companies and individuals.(3 ) The clash of values and personality between Cromer and Wilson became obvious very quickly after Labour narrowly won the October 1964 election. Labour inherited a serious balance of payments deficit from the Conservatives, but attempted to press ahead with its plans to modernise the British economy, invest in the public services and improve welfare benefits for the less well off (notably pensioners). When confidence started to collapse on the foreign exchange markets within a few weeks of Labour taking over, Cromer tried to persuade Wilson to abandon the spending programme ...
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286. The view from the bridge [Lobster #56 (Winter 2008/9)]
... Lobster 55 Simon Matthews wrote this of Fraser, who with Thatcher, challenged Heath for the leadership of the Tory Party in 1975: 'The emergence of Fraser – a war-time SAS colleague of Clermont member David Stirling – was curious, as neither prior to this event nor subsequently, did he demonstrate any interest in being leader of the Conservative Party. His candidacy, which allowed Thatcher to look more 'centrist' than she actually was, attracted 16 votes and damaged Heath, who lost to Thatcher by 119 to 130. Was Fraser a spoiling candidate put up to enable a Thatcher victory? ' Well, now...... It's a funny old world. ...
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287. The getting elected project [Lobster #56 (Winter 2008/9)]
... , very elegant....he has been pivotal during New Labour in Power. ' (p . 72) So there you have it: policy-making done by reading one sheet of A4. One final point: this reminded me again that among the leading architects of the creation of the current muddled but fundamentally neo-conservative NuLab were a group of ex-CPGB members and one ex-Trot (Mulgan), who in their left incarnations despised the Labour Party, and finally got to help kill it off.(8 ) Notes Leadbetter's views on the current economic crisis in late October are at <www.spectator.co.uk/article ...
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288. Terrorism and Intelligence in Australia [Lobster #57 (Summer 2009)]
... Frank Cain was just a name to me but a little googling showed that he is Austral-ia's leading academic historian of intelli-gence and security history. This history of ASIO and its antece-dents – more or less equivalent to the UK's MI5 – shows what you might have ex-pected: the spooks were allied with the conservatives, persecuted the left, hunted reds, real and imaginary (mostly imagin-ary) and kowtowed to the Americans. They had no interest in the Nazis being resettled in Australia after WW2, and were barely interested in Croatian terrorists in Australia even when they began launching raids on Yugoslavia. ASIO was almost a parody of the right ...
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289. Reflections on the 'cult of the offensive' [Lobster #57 (Summer 2009)]
... catchall for demagogy and the pursuit of long-standing agendas for militarism and crackdowns on civil liberties. There is also, however, a sense in which WoT represents a functioning military concept for the US, which can be located in the evolution of US strategic doc-trine. In the early 1980s, the first period of neo-conservative dominance in US politics, analysts of international relations were struck by similarities between the 'new cold war' prosecuted by the Reagan administration and the great power stand-off before August 1914.(2 ) In both cases scholars noted the influence of a 'cult of the offensive' on military doctrine, and in pushing arguments for pre- ...
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290. The view from the bridge [Lobster #57 (Summer 2009)]
... Howard" ' in The Daily Telegraph 31 October 2008. It began: 'Convicted drug dealer, John Haase, claims he bribed former Home Secretary Michael Howard £400,000 to get an early release from prison, Southwark Crown Court was told. John Haase told Labour MP Peter Kilfoyle that he arranged the alleged payment through a relation of Conservative cabinet minister, Southwark Crown Court heard. Haase, 59, and his cousin Paul Bennett, 44, received a Royal Pardon in 1996 and were released 11 months into a 17 year sentence for smuggling heroin, jurors were told. It was always thought they were allowed out of jail because the pair had turned supergrass and passed on ...
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