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... of his knowledge and his lack of interest in the usual boundary markers of academia. So this book is part history, part politics, part sociology - almost everything you could think of, in fact, up to and including little hints about possible parapolitical dimensions. Did the US oil companies help the SDP to ensure the demise of a Labour government which might have imposed more conditions on them? Did the US government help fund the Scottish National Party in the 1970s? These questions are not answered, unfortunately; but just the hint is more than we usually get in mainstream literature. Harvie remarks on the almost complete lack of a literature commensurate with the scale of NSO in ...
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142. The Perfect English Spy (Book Review) [Lobster #29 (Jun 1995)]
... . No more coup plotting in the Middle East, for example. One of the problems with the book is its lack of clarity about sources. Some of it simply is not sourced; and sometimes the source can be inferred from the context. For example, there is this paragraph on p. 76. 'Clement Attlee, Britain's new Labour prime minister, and particularly his more socialist colleagues, influenced by their wartime encounters with MI5 officers, suspected the service's activities were uncontrolled. MI5, they complained, was a secret conservative group with a historic mission to destabilise the Left.(1 ) Their fear of surveillance by the secret police required that MI5's new director should not ...
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143. Errors, corrections and updates [Lobster #29 (Jun 1995)]
... or not at all. So I sent it back. (I didn't want to materially change it, just reduce it a bit.) However this difficulty has been overcome: Preston will send a copy of the entire piece (eight, A4 pages) to anyone who sends a stamped, addressed, A4 envelope to him at Independent Labour Publications (ILP), 49 Top Moor Side, Leeds, LS11 9LW. I strongly recommended this to anyone interested in the Harry Newton story. Re: Class War One of whose members wrote to upbraid me for my remark in Lobster 28 about Class War being 'loose knit'. It is not so. Paul Marsh explains: ...
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144. Spymaster (Book Review) [Lobster #29 (Jun 1995)]
... notorious 'Gable memo' (reprinted in Lobster 24 ) that Kelly was a 'KGB man'. You can see how the smear went: Agee went to the KGB (or can be said to have done so); Kelly is the leader of Agee's defence committee in London, therefore Kelly is KGB. *Phil Kelly is now a Labour Councillor in Islington and chair of its Education Committee. Last | Contents | Next ...
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145. Sources [Lobster #29 (Jun 1995)]
... in some form of collusion with the forces of Fascism in Britain between the wars may appear, at first sight, to have little to recommend it. ' And so on. The same phenomenon can be seen in the two pieces on the Economic League by Arthur McIvor. The version for the Bulletin of the Society for the Study of Labour History, Spring 1988, is titled 'Political blacklisting and anti-socialist activity between the wars. ' But for the Journal of Contemporary History Vol 23, 1988, it became 'A Crusade for Capitalism; the Economic League, 1919-39'. Other examples of this kind of ideological 'tailoring' of existing published work for re- ...
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146. Sources [Lobster #30 (Dec 1995)]
... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 30) December 1995 Last | Contents | Next Issue 30 Sources Down Under David Lange may have have come and gone and the New Zealand Labour Party may have blazed a rightwards trail for Tony Blair et al to follow, but the New Zealand anti-military, anti-spook campaigns continue. The latest journal to document the activities of the spooks and military in that part of the Pacific is Peace Researcher; Journal of the Anti-Bases Campaign. I have received issue 5 which includes several interesting, well documented pieces on the activities of ASIO, ASIS, the US Air Force in the ...
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147. JFK, the FBI and the Cambridge phone call [Lobster #30 (Dec 1995)]
... reporting a newspaper reporter in Cambridge, England had stated he received anonymous telephone call prior to the time of the President's assassination saying he would call the American Embassy in London as there would be some big news. Notes 'Redacted' in the parlance of the contemporary government information worker. This was the anonymous call received by George Wigg, the Labour MP, urging him to forget about Vassall the spy and look instead at Profumo. Wigg always claimed it was anonymous but there is good circumstantial evidence he knew the identity of the caller - John Lewis, a fellow Labour MP. See Anthony Summers and Stephen Dorril's Honeytrap: The Secret Worlds of Stephen Ward (London: Weidenfeld and ...
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148. The View from the Bridge [Lobster #30 (Dec 1995)]
... a 21-page essay based on the recently released papers.(1 ) Below I present some of this new material with comments of mine in square brackets. All the emphases are mine. In the second line of the introduction the author (or authors) states: 'Its creation was prompted by the desire of Ministers in Mr Atlee's Labour government to devise means to combat Communist propaganda'. [So there is the line of this study: it was the politicians who ordered it.] But ten lines later we find this. 'Within the Foreign Office.....IRD evolved from plans drawn up in 1946. It took some time, however, for ...
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149. The Myth of the SAS [Lobster #30 (Dec 1995)]
... on the plaster floor between the joists in their loft. While he insists that he was 'fairly normal and exuberant' (p . 13), in fact the picture he paints is of a disturbed child, completely out of control. His rebellion at preparatory school and later at Harrow public school. In 1950 he painted the slogan VOTE LABOUR on a number of college walls (this did not indicate any youthful leftism, just that he thought this would cause more offense than anything else he could think of at the time). More disturbingly, he stole a .303 rifle and ammunition from the college armoury and, under cover of darkness, took pot shots at other ...
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... a dozen or so modern American tanks'.(23) This option was viewed by the Foreign Office, however, as 'quite impracticable' because of 'the risk that the Persians could effectively resist the comparatively small number of troops which could be brought in quickly'.(24) The Foreign Secretary and the Defence Minister of the then Labour government both favoured the use of military force to seize the oil installations. The option of military intervention was kept open until September 1951, when the British government finally decided on the evacuation of British personnel instead.(25) The Churchill government Upon coming to office the following month, Churchill berated his predecessors 'who had scuttled and run ...
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