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... Russia for reasons of Cold War espionage. ' 'No foundation' is not the same as 'no truth', and Biswell provides a moment of unintentional comedy in the following passage: 4 Andrew Biswell, The Real Life of Anthony Burgess, (London: Picador, 2006) p.236 'When I asked a former diplomat from the Russian embassy about the possibility that Burgess was secretly employed by British intelligence, he told me that a volubly indiscreet drunk such as Burgess, who also happened to be married to a suicidal alcoholic, would have been solidly at the bottom of the list when it came to recruiting potential secret agents, in spite of his considerable linguistic talents. ' ...
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182. A Who's Who of Appeasers, 1939-41 [Lobster #22 (Nov 1991)]
... -43 (at least) before being warned off by the Foreign Office. Club: Carlton. (FO, DDI) Holden (Lord) Angur William Eden Holden, b. 1898. Liberal peer. Ex Guards' Regiment; Hon Attache, H.M . Mission to Holy See, 1918; to H.M . Embassy, Madrid, 1922; to Berlin, 1925. Club: Guards', Royal Automobile. Advocate of negotiated peace, 1939-40. (FO, PREM, Stokes, Chamberlain, Cockett, De Courcy) Kerr, Lt-Col Charles Iain, M.P . B. 1874. Stockbroker (Kerr, Ware and ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 6  -  01 Nov 1991  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue22/lob22-03.htm
... of notoriety from the Angolan recruitment, he authored a (shortish) book which, from its cover image, seems to have been aimed at the pulp readership end of the market.1 0 Since then he has continued to amuse and bemuse in equal measure with his antics. Convicted of 'demanding $250,000' from the Nicaraguan embassy in London in return for information he claimed to hold regarding 'A contract 8 See the archived UPI report 'Seven British mercenaries, released unexpectedly after eight years' at <http://www.upi.com/Archives/ 1984/02/28/Seven-British-mercenaries-released-unexpectedly-after- eight- ...
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184. Was there a 'communist threat'? [Lobster Special Issue: The Clandestine Caucus (199]
... we know that the Soviet Union began sending money to the British Party after the Hungarian revolt was put down - apparently to compensate the British Party for the loss of its membership (and hence membership fees) incurred by the Party's refusal to condemn the Soviet invasion. Senior CPGB person, Reuben Falber, would meet the man from the Soviet Embassy and take delivery of the bags of used notes. These would be stored in the loft of Falber's house and then laundered through the Party's accounts as 'anonymous donations' and the like. It was as amateurish as that. The Moscow money seems to have been used chiefly to fund the Party's full-time staff. In the 1960s ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 6  -  01 Jun 1996  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/caucus/lobcc-09.htm
185. The Pentagon's Psychic Research [Lobster #30 (Dec 1995)]
... logical step [to experiments proposed five years earlier - author], namely to reinforce, enhance, or aid NBIT in certain trained or gifted individuals after having discovered the basic communications carriers'. The DIA's follow up reports reinforced this, warning that; 'Soviets or Czech perfection of psychotronic weapons would pose a severe threat to enemy military, embassy or security functions. The emitted energy would be silent and difficult to detect electronically. The Soviets claim to have developed effective biological energy sensors and the only power source required would be the human operator. '( 32) RV work continued. Pat Price was asked on several occasions to provide his services to the Office of Naval Intelligence ...
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186. Rebranding SIS [Lobster #40 (Winter 2000/1)]
... the top, but are sweeping up support staff too. So, for example, you have the US-owned Hill & Knowlton Brussels team. Appointments to that team this year include the assistant to the then Vice President of the European Parliament's Technological Development and Energy Committee; as well as a Japanese national who was formerly with the Japanese Embassy in Vienna as 'special economic assistant on assignment from the Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs'. (10) HMG - of which SIS forms a part - is outmanoeuvred not only because it does not have the money to compete but also because, in losing control of the consultancies, it loses control of one of the levers of patronage ...
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... had been constant reports of Oyston being involved in prostitution and blackmail. ' 12 June Murrin sent to Conservative MPs Edwina Currie and David Waddington, the company registration of Oyston Ltd and demonstrated its link with drugs money launderer Patrick Diamond, which had been explained to him by John Huber, Drug Enforcement Administration man at the U.S . embassy in London. 20 June Murrin published a press release entitled 'Royal Lies', releasing excerpts from many of the Oyston flotation proposal documents stolen from Oystons the year before and suggesting the Royal's purchase of Oystons was unwise and that there were still Inland Revenue problems. Sir Peter Blaker MP advised Michael Murrin on how to approach Sir David Waddington ...
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... adjuncts of the Soviet state; and besides attempting to dominate the WFTU, the Soviets opposed the Marshall Plan, which most of the trade union leaders in Western Europe and the United States supported. With considerable assistance from various American government agencies, including financial help, backed up by numbers of US trade unionists working as labour attachés in American embassies in Europe, the British TUC, the French FO, the Swedish LO, the American CIO (but not the AFL), and a number of other Western trade union organizations, broke away from the WFTU and, in December 1949, formed the International Confederation of Free Trade Unions (ICFTU). The ICFTU received considerable financial ...
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189. Apocryphylia [Lobster #66 (Winter 2013) (free)] [Free Article]
... that city. Calvert 22 is sponsored (the exact wording used is 'strategic partner') by VTB Capital, an investment bank, 61% owned by the Russian government. Like any financial institution, the management board of VTB includes a range of personalities but in prominent positions are Andrei Kostin, formerly in 'diplomatic service' at the USSR embassy in London 1985-1990, during which time he presumably knew Alexander Lebedev the current proprietor of The Evening Standard and The Independent, Vasily Titor, who 'worked in the President's office' in the '90s and Gennadiy Melikyan, previously Minister of Labour in the Russian Federation, 1992-1997. According to Olga Podoinitsya at VTB their role ...
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... In March the situation facing sterling deteriorated, as forecast. But although there is no doubt that the pound was vulnerable on the exchanges, the cause of the latest crisis lay outside the UK. Following the shock of the Tet offensive in Vietnam, when Viet Cong forces had for a time succeeded in reaching Saigon and even penetrating the US Embassy compound, pressure on the dollar had mounted. By early March it was being sold in favour of gold at the price of $1 = 35oz, which the US had guaranteed since the 1944 Bretton Woods Agreement. Indeed, it was the confidence that the US would always be able to redeem dollar liabilities in gold which had allowed ...
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