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... of this approach. 4 Paul Weller said this when interviewed by the Sniffin Glue punk fanzine, 12 May 1977. 5 Carol Grimes was launched in 1970 as a UK equivalent of Janis Joplin but never enjoyed comparable success. 6 Peter Hain had, originally, been a very active (and visible) campaigner for the Liberal Party but joined Labour in 1977. 7 Jenner organized a set of festivals in Hyde Park in the late '60s and initially managed The Pink Floyd. He also thought Strummer 'all over the place'. Strummer – a boarding school boy in the 60s whose elder brother joined the National Front – was a problematic figure who struggled to retain 'credibility' in certain ...
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... Clinton's use of focus groups underlined the perception that he wasn't so much a conviction politician, but just liked to be liked. He used his charisma to retain power without a clear purpose, and his triangulation and Third Way politics underscored his policy vacuum. It seemed natural then that, wishing to emulate Clinton's election success in 1992, New Labour would ramp up the use of heavily US-influenced market research techniques prior to the 1997 UK election. This was 'the modernisers' way of doing politics and is most closely associated in the UK with Peter Mandelson and the late Philip Gould. After 1Quoted by Deborah Mattison, 'The Power of the Focus Group' at <https: ...
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... J. Zeal in A. R. Orage's New English Weekly. This was strongly influenced by G. V. Jacks and R. O. Whyte's The Rape of the Earth: A World Survey of Soil Erosion, published in 1939. Released from internment, in 1942 he joined the Rural Reconstruction Association, founded in 1925 by the Labour Party activist Montague Fordham, remaining a member until his death. From 1942 onwards he was also active in the agricultural section of the Economic Reform Club, founded in 1936 by Edward Holloway. In March 1943 he attended a conference on farming organised by Church Social Action, associated with the Christendom Group, an Anglican organisation dedicated to social ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 58  -  18 Mar 2018  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/free/lobster75/lob75-farming-fascism-ecology.pdf
14. Hugh who? (Summer 2018) [Free Article]
... copy of the agenda of the the Sinn Fein conference of 1971, to which he added two resolutions: '34. That the Connolly Youth Movement, the Workers League, the Irish 4 The sections in italics, INQ 1873, have been added by hand in the original. 5 In 1987 someone anonymously sent me a collection of anti-Labour forgeries from the mid 1970s period. They were reproduced at end of Paul Foot's Who framed Colin Wallace?, still available from <https://www.abebooks.co.uk/>. One of those forgeries, smearing Northern Ireland Secretary Merlyn Rees, is reported as being in the Information Policy Unit by unit member ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 35  -  18 Mar 2018  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/free/lobster75/lob75-hugh-who.pdf
... , (London: W.H . Freeman & Co, 1992), p. 250. Hitler's analysis still stands as a lesson for today's marketeers: brand building relies heavily on repetition. The makers of a certain washing powder used to irritate me enormously with their TV commercials – the same thing, over and over again. The Labour Party were guilty of this too, in the 1997 general election, when they introduced the 'pledge card' with five key pledges. John Prescott, for example, would whip this out at every opportunity – to the point it seemed of tedium. Or as Peter Mandelson put it more prosaically in relation to '22 Tory tax rises' ...
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... a fine thing, he suggests that Britain and the United States should not have fought this war at all. In fact, given the earlier Soviet experience in Afghanistan, good sense should have been enough to avoid this entanglement. What we have to deal with in both Afghanistan and Iraq is American hubris, something into which Tony Blair's New Labour government wholly and disastrously bought. One criticism of the book is Farrell's readiness to sometimes accept official sophistries at face value. So, we are seriously told that Blair's government 'had a track record of committing Britain and its armed forces to saving strangers'. He takes Blair's supposed doctrine of 'humanitarian intervention' at face value, rather than ...
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... of Tripoli: Donald Trump as 'anti-Wilson' by Dr. T. P. Wilkinson • Deception and distraction strategies relating to the John F Kennedy Assassination by Garrick Alder • An accidental tourist? -- A British connection to the death of Otto Warmbier by Nick Must • Still thinking about Dallas (JFK) by Robin Ramsay • Labour, Corbyn and anti-semitism by John Booth • Collapse of stout party: Eden, Suez and America by Simon Matthews • Anti-Semitism in the Labour Party by Colin Challen • Phil Shenon - a cruel and shocking twist by William Kelly • Using the Freedom of Information Act to keep things secret by Colin Challen • The Brexit ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 24  -  10 Feb 2018  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/free/lobster74/cover.pdf
... was completely dominated by the super rich and that government in the modern world had to serve their interests: there was no alternative. Social democratic reformism was abandoned and neo-liberalism was enthusiastically embraced. Instead of rolling back the Thatcherite assault on the working class and the welfare state, they proceeded to consolidate it. This was what New Labour was all about. Certainly Brown made an original contribution to their partnership. It was he who recognised that the super rich could be persuaded to tolerate government spending on schools and hospitals but only if they were allowed to profit handsomely from it. This was his great contribution to 'Socialist thought'. The collapse of Carillion is, of ...
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... , an alliance of state intelligence agencies and sympathetic civil society groups committed to supporting covert political intervention in other societies. This coalition was institutionalised in the early Cold War, but broke up as it lost state support in the era of detente in the 1970s. In the context of a counter-movement against detente, former intelligence officers and labour activists attempted to develop an epistemic community around a theory of intelligence that would provide a basis for renewed state support for political warfare. This theory informed the actions of neoconservatives in the presidential administrations of Ronald Reagan and George H. W. Bush. ' I had to google 'epistemic community' and found it means 'a transnational network of ...
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... even have seen it. ' Could such a report really be ignored by the man who commissioned it and then overlooked by the man in whose name it was quoted two years later? Or did 'the machine' simply not bring it to their attention? What is clear, however, is that Savile's gradual easing out from Broadmoor began after Labour took office in May 1997. By July that year, Savile's friend and colleague Alan Franey had been nudged into taking early retirement from his post as General Manager. By 1998, the new chief executive, Dr Julie Hollyman, had concluded that Savile's involvement wasn't benefiting Broadmoor. 3 She believed that 'the hospital was doing something for him ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 14  -  14 Dec 2017  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/free/lobster74/lob74-hoodwinked-jimmy-savile.pdf
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