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... - Career in journalism; Labour MP for Gateshead (West) 1970; defected to SDP 1981; lost seat 1983; Conservative MP for Orpington since 1992. MICHAEL HUGHES- BP Pension Fund 1973; member of National Liberal Club. STANLEY JOHNSON- World Bank 1966; Conservative Party research department 1969; Countryside Commission 1971; environmental post at EEC 1973; Conservative MEP Isle of Wight and Hampshire 1979-1984; currently Director for Energy Policy of the EU. STEPHAN JOSEPH- Chief Executive of Transport 2000. ALEXANDER KING- Many scientific appointments from '30s through to '70s; European Productivity Agency 1956; President of the Club of Rome 1968. ANGELA KING- Major campaigner for Friends of the ...
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32. Disinformation: From Euros to UFOs [Lobster #40 (Winter 2000/1)]
... from sympathetic trade unions", the state police declared in the affidavits. Other funds reportedly come from the former Soviet-allied World Federation of Trade Unions.' (6) The dear old WFTU! The disinformation hall of fame 1: the European project There have been a number of major disinformation projects in my lifetime. The selling of the EEC/EU as an economic not a political project is probably the most important and certainly the longest-running. This operation is described in some detail in Hugo Young's book, This Blessed Plot (reviewed in Lobster 37 ), though that was not his intention. At the heart of Young's account was his access to a secret Foreign and Commonwealth ...
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33. Euro-bound? Or: the same river twice [Lobster #39 (Summer 2000)]
... be little chance of sterling joining the euro: at least one of the five conditions can never be met. This was undoubtedly the aim of whoever it as within the Treasury who drew up the conditions and dropped them into the Chancellor's red box. The Treasury opposes UK entry into the euro- just as it opposed UK entry into the EEC in 1973. The Bank of England, which would lose much of its power if the UK joined the euro, is now openly sceptical about UK membership of the single currency.(20) Brown versus Blair In March this year there was a briefing exercise by the Brown camp in the ongoing struggle with Blair.(21) ...
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... is a long-winded, pompous arsehole whose columns in the Guardian are mostly a waste of paper and ink. But he has his uses, notably as a mouthpiece for the Foreign Office. In this book he has revealed in infinitely greater detail than before the way the British Foreign Office conspired- yes: conspired- to get Britain into the EEC/EC/EU. This is a book the like of which the Europhobes and skeptics can hardly have dreamed would ever get written by a Europhile insider like Young- but here it is, chapter and verse on how it was done and by whom. I guess by calling this a 'blessed plot' Young thinks he is diminishing ...
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35. Britain's Secret Propaganda War (Book review) [Lobster #37 (Summer 1999)]
... . Thomson is the father-in-law of Roger Liddle, Blair's adviser on Europe, and the chair of one of the companies run by the man who is in charge of the 'blind trust' running Liddle's business interests...(1) and IRD played a role- though how big a role we don't know yet- in the 1973 EEC Referendum campaign, part of which is described here.... But for me the potentially most important section is the short chapter on IRD's domestic political operations. In his A War of Words (reviewed in Lobster 36) the late Christopher Mayhew revealed the existence of a meeting in 1956 between IRD, MI5 and the Cabinet Secretary ...
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... the FO reporting the discovery of the kit records, 'Manufacturers are not known and all that seems so far to have been seen in St. Louis is a photograph of the kit on which the words quote Jack Straw unquote are identifiable.' IRD is dead! Long live IRD In the months before the 1973 Referendum on entry into the EEC, IRD entered the fray on the 'Yes' side. The little that is known about its operation is recounted in the excellent Lashmar/Oliver book, reviewed below. As British entry into the European Single Currency hoves into view the Mail on Sunday reported (11 April) that a 'secret Cabinet committee' has been set up to ...
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... his early battles with Tribune and the Labour left through his work on the newspaper Forward, and while sharing his mentor's passionate Atlanticism came to differ with him over British membership of the Common Market. In his account of the rise of the SDP, Ian Bradley said Thomson was the politician 'who laid the groundwork for Britain's application to join the EEC at the tail-end of the [first] Wilson Government.'(3) Thomson, a Foreign Office minister later criticised by the Bingham inquiry into Rhodesian sanctions busting,(4) became shadow defence spokesman in opposition and after a spell as British chairman of the European Movement, resigned his Commons seat to become a European Commissioner in ...
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38. Back to the future: the 1970s reconsidered [Lobster #34 (Winter 1998)]
... 4) Edward Heath, who succeeded Harold Wilson as Prime Minister in 1970, is conventionally viewed as someone who began as 'Selsdon Man', a prototype of the later Thatcher Tory Party, then made his famous U-turn. This is half-true, at best. It is clear now that Heath had one overriding aim- British entry into the EEC- and everything else played second fiddle to that. In the first year and a half of his government he appeared to believe that the best way to prepare the British economy for entry into the EEC was a dose of competitition and freedom- the traditional Tory Party ideas of getting the government off the backs of the producers, reducing ...
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... as 'the definitive guide to the politics and personalities of the British Government', but it would be better described as The Definitive Guide to the Collapse of the Labour Party into Careerism, Thatcherism and Atlanticism. Correctly, the authors attribute most of the key changes to Blair's predecessors; Neil Kinnock, who accepted the inevitability of membership of the EEC, and John Smith who accepted the futility of trying to run Keynesian economics in one country. This, latter belief, as the authors note, was considered proven by the apparent failure of the French government's attempt to do so, which it 'was forced to abandon in 1982-3, confronted by rising inflation and a balance of payments crisis ...
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40. Spooks and the EEC [Lobster #33 (Summer 1997)]
... (c) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 33) Summer 1997 Last| Contents| Next Issue 33 Spooks and the EEC The CIA In a recent 'Witness Seminar' on the 1975 British referendum on entry into the European Economic Community (EEC), the Conservative MP, Sir Richard Body, who in 1975 was co-chair of the anti-EEC National Referendum Campaign, had this to say: 'At the very beginning of the campaign two CIA agents came to see me in the House of Commons. They were Anglophiles and they were very upset at the way their agency was going to interfere in the referendum campaign. They said a new head of station was going to be appointed who was not ...
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