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... with my attempts to get the story out, the British state was trying to discredit Holroyd and Wallace. Step forward David McKittrick, the Independent's Northern Ireland correspondent, and John Ware, then with the BBC's Panorama. Ware and McKittrick authored a collection of articles, an entire broadsheet1 page's worth, mostly devoted to attacking Wallace, in the ... on 2 September 1987.2 Looking back at that now, it is a striking event: two senior journalists put their names to articles in which many of their assertions about Wallace were simply false – and could have been shown to be false by Wallace, had they asked. It was obvious, back in 1987, that Ware and ...
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2. The View from the Bridge (2015) [Lobster #69 (Summer 2015) (free)] [Free Article]
... of Blunt's) and Guy Burgess. They were soon joined by Jack Hewitt, a sailor boyfriend of Burgess, who very quickly switched his allegiance to Blunt. Hewitt told John Costello that during the time at the flat Blunt had only one visitor come to stay with him: Peter Montgomery. (See Costello's Mask of Treachery New York, ... back the veil', as it were, was how then to persuade the politicians 20 The media's response to Morrison's sacking was discussed that year for the BBC by John Ware. See <http://news.bbc.co.uk/1 /hi/ programmes/panorama/3555880.stm>. 21 Anthony Glees ...
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3. The Clandestine Caucus (1996) [Lobster Special Issue: The Clandestine Caucus (199]
... Political Control: the sociology of anti-Bolshevism 1918-1920' in Scottish Labour History Society Journal, No. 98, June 1975. See also Webber 1987 and John Hope's 'Fascism, the Security Service and the Curious Career of Maxwell Knight and James McGuirk Hughes' in Lobster 22. 2 See, for example. 'In The Excess ... . 3. Most sensitive of all, IRD used 'black propaganda' in political warfare, at home as well as abroad. Professional anti-communists, IRD peddled their wares in the insurgencies of the 1950s, doing their best to portray the nationalist, liberation movements of Cyprus, Malaya and Kenya as pawns of their Russian masters.6 ...
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... , for example, is dismissed in a few lines. * Peter Wright is regularly rubbished; the only claim of his given any credence is his statement to the BBC's John Ware that the so-called 'plot' against Wilson consisted of one person – himself. * There are some spectacular omissions. Andrew quotes this from an MI5 assessment ... the subversive influence in the media in the 1970s: 'There have been virtually no instances of subversion in the presentation of new bulletins by the BBC or the I[ndependent] B[roadcasting] A[uthority] companies. The reasons no doubt lies in the careful selection of key personnel by management.... ' (p ...
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5. The once and future king? [Lobster #56 (Winter 2008/9)]
... new and interesting material (but has no index), it is similar in many ways to Citizen Ken, an account of Livingstone's life and exploits published in 1984 by John Carvel.(2 )A striking feature of Hosken's book is the large number of people interviewed by him who are careful not to be named when making comments about ... one's point of view – about events in a small circle of local authorities in London.(3 ) His approach, therefore, is similar to that taken by John Ware and Panorama when covering events in Brent, Hackney and Lambeth of 20-25 years ago.(4 ) Little probing research appears to have taken place when compiling ...
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6. Israel and the Clash of Civilisations, reviewed [Lobster #55 (Summer 2008)]
... an occupation and what politic forces would emerge on top once Saddam was removed. ' In 'Blair was warned of looming disaster in Iraq', in The Daily Telegraph, John Ware trailed his BBC TV programmes on the subject and his opening sentence included this: 'the former prime minister [Blair] was told repeatedly about America's lack of planning ... peace and did nothing. '( 4 ) On 2 February 2008 The New York Times reported in 'Army Buried Study Faulting Iraq Planning' that the Pentagon has tried and failed to suppress a critique by the Rand Corporation of the US government and military's handling of the invasion. And so on and so on. The major theme is that ...
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7. New Labour tittle-tattle [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... marathon through the corridors of power, and we had been invited to one of Levy's famous Friday night dinners. ' What a thick undergrowth cash-for-honours investigator John Yates must have had to hack through when his boss at the Met had been a welcome guest of one of his prime suspects! That cosy intimacy is repeatedly illustrated ... largely publicly funded career of another Lord Levy associate, Stephen Twigg ( Lobsters passim), continues with news from Liverpool that he is to replace local Iraq war opponent Bob Wareing in West Derby, a constituency with which the director of the Foreign Policy Centre had no previous connection. Twigg will be a welcome ally on Merseyside of old LFI ...
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8. No smoke without fire? [Lobster #52 (Winter 2006/7)]
... in some parts of London when he joined the Labour Party were Freemasons. He had no proof of this and later declined to provide any. [8 ] The late John Peel also talked of being abused at Shrewsbury. Webster points out that it did not occur to Foot, and that he would not have known that the regime at ... in the lengthy campaign against the 'Loony Left' (c1981-1987) and its alleged obsessions with renaming manhole covers and banning Baa Baa Black Sheep etc. See 'Where's Ware? ' in Lobster 39 . [14] Surveys have shown that a significant number of US citizens believe in alien abductions. [15] Price Waterhouse, the ...
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... of that party, connived in the creation of the Provisional IRA in the early 1970s. Their collaborators included members of G2, Irish Army Intelligence. They particularly included Captain John Kelly whose memoirs to this effect were subsequently self published and contents upheld in an Irish Court (Dillon, 1989; 1-24). There is a further ... revealed when he himself recycled the UCA smear, this time against Colin Wallace, to Independent journalist David McKittrick, formerly of BBC Northern Ireland. (With the BBC's John Ware, McKittrick was the author of the two page smear of Wallace and Fred Holroyd in The Independent in 1987.) If the process of political radicalisation in the UVF ...
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10. The view from the bridge [Lobster #48 (Winter 2004)]
... 576 or 876. Ware's world In the wake of the death of Paul Foot in July, Simon Hoggart commented in his column in The Guardian 24 July that the BBC's John Ware had never believed Colin Wallace, the subject of Foot's book Who Framed Colin Wallace? Hoggart quoted Ware as saying: 'He [Foot] bought into all Wallace's ... . ' I e-mailed Ware and the following exchange took place. RR: I was curious to know what were Colin Wallace's 'fantasies' in your view. (Cf Hoggart in Guardian, Saturday). John Ware: Too numerous to mention RR: Not good enough, John. John Ware: It is for people who understand ...
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