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131. Lobster Issue 59 cover and contents (Summer 2010) [Lobster #59 (Summer 2010)(free)] [Free Article]
... Markets And The Sinking Of The Global Economy Stephen Armstrong, The Super-Rich Shall Inherit the Earth: The New Global Oligarchs and How They're Taking Over Our World Colin Hughes (ed) What went wrong, Gordon Brown? How the dream job turned sour Andrew Rawnsley, The End of the Party: The Rise and Fall of New Labour David John Douglass, Ghost Dancers Heather Brooke, The Silent State: Secrets, Surveillance and the Myth of British Democracy Christopher Harvie, Broonland: The Last Days of Gordon Brown John Strafford, Our Fight for Democracy: A History of Democracy in the United Kingdom Edward Vallance, A Radical History of Britain Alex Butterworth, The World That ...
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... contaminated the CPGB and by extension potentially contaminated everyone else who had contact with Party members; which, given the loose nature of the British left outside party/union branch meetings, meant a great many people. Given the importance of the CPGB on the British left, in the trade unions and as a source of both policy for the Labour Party and problems for Labour governments, it would be difficult to overstate the political significance of this. One of the reasons the UK did not become a European-style social democracy was the role of the CPGB on the British left. As for the post 1964 sections – over 350 pages – on a first whizz through them I ...
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133. The view from the bridge (Winter 2009/2010) [Lobster #58 (Winter 2009/2010)(free)] [Free Article]
... hoc ergo propter hoc fallacy is hard to imagine. The Times followed their tiny 'scoop' with a version of three other familiar 'British conspiracy theories', as they put it, about Wilson. The Times sections are italicised A KGB plot One conjecture connects Harold Wilson to the sudden death of Hugh Gaitskell, his predecessor as leader of the Labour Party. It claims that Gaitskell, a pro-American, had been assassinated by the KGB in order to install a communist sympathiser as probable future prime minister. Anatoly Golitsyn, a Soviet agent who had defected to the West, claimed that Wilson had been acting as a KGB informer after visiting Russia in the late 1940s as President ...
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134. Climbing the Bookshelves by Shirley Williams (Book review) (Winter 2009/2010) [Lobster #58 (Winter 2009/2010)(free)] [Free Article]
... young career politicians who 'know no life outside politics'. Had I been too harsh in my earlier judgements of the female member of the Gang of Four, I wondered? Who could possibly quibble with that reasonable-sounding voice when the Foreign Secretary appears barely old enough to vote? But then I read Climbing the Bookshelves by the former Labour Cabinet minister who helped launch the short-lived SDP in 1981. Sure enough the wise words I'd heard on the BBC were there. But so was her description of how as a 21-year-old Oxford student the then Shirley Catlin was funded by the US government to take the Young Atlantic Leaders trip around America. Then ...
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135. War on Terror Inc. by Solomon Hughes (Book review) (Winter 2009/2010) [Lobster #58 (Winter 2009/2010)(free)] [Free Article]
... American experience but it is the British Page 149 Winter 2009/10 Lobster 58 events which interest me and have been less well reported. This takes us to the core of the NuLab story, for it shows that the Blair-Brown administrations really did believe that private is always better than public. (How they must have hated the Labour Party!) Yet it still astounds me to read an account of a (nominally) Labour government casually handing over chunks of the British defence structure to American and British business; just giving away part of the power of the state which NuLab were supposed to be trying to articulate in the interests of the British people (never mind ...
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... ever been before' (p . 409). For all that the left hated and despised Wilson and Callaghan, they did deliver: not as much as the left wanted; but having received about 30% of the votes cast in the elections of 1974 and 76, they hardly had a mandate for revolution. But the little that Labour and the unions did deliver was too much for the middle and upper classes. A more equal society means the prosperous lose more via taxation. He briefly notes that all three prime ministers before Thatcher were looking at the German model of social democracy: Page 145 Winter 2009/10 Lobster 58 the semi-corporate model with the unions ...
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137. The miners and the secret state (Winter 2009/2010) [Lobster #58 (Winter 2009/2010)(free)] [Free Article]
... point is that MI5 knew about the 'Moscow gold' and said nothing about it. Had the existence of Soviet funding been revealed in the late 1950s, the CPGB would have been irreparably damaged. But for MI5 this 'secret' link to the Soviet Union was too useful a tool for use against the left in the UK, particularly the Labour * This appeared in Granville Williams (ed.) Shafted: The Media, the Miners' Strike and the Aftermath (London: Campaign for Press and Broadcasting Freedom, 2009) 1 Falber admitted his role in 1991 after details of the Soviet payments were found in files in Moscow. There is new information on the 'Moscow gold' ...
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... was Vice President of the Liberal Party at this point, actually announced when Radio Atlanta started broadcasting in May 1964, that it was intended to be 'the last bastion of freedom if the country went Communist. ' This could only have been an allusion to the possibility that the general election that was due in late 1964 would result in a Labour government that Major Smedley and his colleagues regarded as seriously – even dangerously – left-wing. Sir Geoffrey Crowther went from Cambridge where he had been President of the Union in 1928, to Yale via a Commonwealth Fund Fellowship. He had an American wife and was editor of The Economist from 1938 until 1956.1 1 He was ...
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139. Who Let the Dogs Out? "Alpha Dogs" reviewed (Winter 2009/2010) [Lobster #58 (Winter 2009/2010)(free)] [Free Article]
... Czech Republic (Vaclav Havel) and Poland (Lech Walesa). In the UK? As well as working across the world from Colombia to Nigeria, did SMG come to the UK? Yes, though the little Harding tells us is not as revealing as it might be: a leading US consultant has said he was working for the Labour party, courtesy of Patricia Hewitt, long before the well-known 1990s assistance from the Clintonites (this is still supposed to be a secret1 2). This influence has continued: after the Iraq war Labour paid £530,372 to Mark Penn, a Washington-based adviser to Hillary Clinton. During the run-up ...
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140. The construction industry blacklist: how the Economic League lived on (Winter 2009/2010) [Lobster #58 (Winter 2009/2010)(free)] [Free Article]
... will look into the issue. The committee, made up of a dozen members from both houses, undertakes inquiries on human rights issues and reports its findings and recommendations to the House.2 5 What people are waiting for is the government to publish the new rules aimed at outlawing blacklisting as it pledged to do back in 1999. Many Labour MPs were shocked to find that Kerr could only be prosecuted under data protection laws because of this anomaly. Ministers at the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills, led by Lord Mandelson, have promised to make the rules tough. However the draft regulations appear to have a number of loopholes.2 6 25 See <www. ...
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