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... servant at what became the Ministry of Defence and part of the 'fast-track' for promotion intake. He left the MOD after only a few years, taking the bar examination and becoming a barrister. Though not yet a qualified lawyer, during his brief career at the MOD, his work was sometimes connected with legal aspects of the intelligence services. He was a minor member of that London NW1/NW5 set(2 ) and still lives in Kentish Town within a hundred yards or so of retired Labour/SDP politician William Rogers. He pursued his career as a barrister through the seventies but then suddenly switched track and became a solicitor. This was an unusual step ...
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... Trials of 1970 James Kelly Published by the author at 30 Curzon St., Dublin 8 ISBN 0 9535992 0 5, 11.95, p/b This is the second version of this story by James Kelly. The first, Orders for the Captain, was reviewed in Lobster 15 . Kelly was a senior officer in the Irish intelligence service who became involved in an attempt by the Republic's government to buy deniable weapons for the Catholics in the North in 1970 when there appeared to be a serious threat of pogroms against them. The gunrunning scheme was exposed - possibly by MI6 - and when the politicians involved got cold feet, the Irish state tried make Kelly the sacrificial ...
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373. Feedback [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... propaganda to `sell' the EU to the British people. These propaganda campaigns did little to educate people about the realities of EU membership and they significantly out-spent the campaigns of Eurosceptics. As such they effectively undermined the democratic process. The case stands. Richard Aldrich, The Hidden Hand: Britain, America and Cold War Secret Intelligence, (London: John Murray, 2001) Last | Contents | Next ...
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374. Harassment by the state [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... the account in Corinne Souza's book Baghdad's Spy (reviewed in this issue) of the harassment her family suffered at the hands of SIS. There it was again: break-ins, pranks, things left in the house, nuisance calls - the familiar repertoire. Which is to say: we still have a secret state whose legal, intelligence and security wings are virtually unregulated. There are now elaborate procedures mimicking regulation - both Kennedy and Henderson are exploring these - but the state can still wreck our lives and there is virtually nothing we can do about it except make as much fuss as possible. Last | Contents | Next ...
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... They never met. Just before their first arranged meeting he died in a car-crash. Another interesting and - for the state - timely death. That is a crude summary of the book's main threads. There is much more than that. It is also a daughter's homage to a father; and the complex personal odyssey of an intelligent woman with an Iraqi father and an English mother in a family dominated by her father's infatuation with a benevolent imperial 'Britain' which was largely fantasy. It is full of fascinating fragments: the Masons in Iraq; how the British state did and didn't help British exporters; how SIS cruised the Arab community in London; spookery at Westminster ...
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... the 'refugee problem' which forms the backdrop to much of today's news from the Middle East. Morris shows how he began as sympathetic to the Israelis but, watching the new state being built by killing, expelling or subjugating its original inhabitants, Glubb became anti-Israeli and finally, in later life anti-Jewish. That much is intelligible to this general reader. The rest is footnotes to the major story about which Morris has written elsewhere, and which will only be of use to historians of the period. (3 ) Notes 3 Since then Morris has changed his mind somewhat and has since become anti-Palestinian; or, at any rate, anti-Yassir ...
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377. Tittle-tattle [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... become director of his private office. He was signed up to the BAP in 1987, the same year as Mandelson, along with Susan Richards, who now edits the Open Democracy web site, and Michael Maclay, the ex-Foreign Office man who became Mandelson's colleague at London Weekend Television before helping run the MI6-linked Hayklut private intelligence organisation. Parliamentary Secretary in Derry Irvine's Lord Chancellor's Department, Baroness Scotland of Asthal, also joined the BAP in 1987. She now serves on its UK advisory board with, as well as Naughtie, Nick Butler of BP, Lord Holme, the former president of the Liberal Democrats and former chair of the Broadcasting Standards Commission, Admiral ...
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378. Web update [Lobster #44 (Winter 2002)]
... (Issue 44) Winter 2002 Last | Contents | Next Issue 44 Web update Jane Affleck Many thanks to Terry Hanstock for contributions. Comments and contributions to 101521.3515@compuserve.com Shayler case and human rights David Shayler went on trial at the Old Bailey in October/ November 2002 for disclosing information and documents relating to security and intelligence, under s1(1 ) and 4(1 ) of the Official Secrets Act 1989. During the trial he was not able to utilise a public interest defence (previously ruled out by House of Lords, see below); in addition, PII certificates signed by the Home and Foreign secretaries prevented any disclosures relating to security and ...
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379. Historical Notes [Lobster #44 (Winter 2002)]
... uk (Issue 44) Winter 2002 Last | Contents | Next Issue 44 Historical Notes Scott Newton Kenneth De Courcy Kenneth de Courcy buffs will be pleased to know that they can now visit a website with some interesting further information about this maverick figure. The site can be found at < http:// www.pharo.com/intelligence >, and is run by the team which produced Double Standards, last year's interesting study of the Hess affair. Some of the material will be familiar to Lobster readers from articles by myself and John Burnes in recent editions and there is no need to recycle it here. The most interesting new development concerns de Courcy's connection with the ...
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380. A note on Arthur Andersen and Co. [Lobster #44 (Winter 2002)]
... some $2 ,000,000 compared with $322,000 in 1920. They had expanded on the back of the US post-war boom, initiating in the process a new degree of involvement in a firm's total business practice as opposed to just finance and accounting. This involved the collection and classification of both general and detailed intelligence on many hitherto peripheral matters. These included labour relations, availability of raw materials, plants, products, markets and the effectiveness of the organisation and its future prospects. They had also begun to work closely with the investment banks. After the Wall Street Crash of 1929, the firm helped to clean up the US financial markets, ...
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