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... hope (a European crusade against Bolshevism) was dashed by the Nazi-Soviet Pact (August 1939). The singular Mr Stokes Once the war with Poland was over, though, Ramsay and his friends openly strove to reach a deal with Hitler. Nor were they alone. Griffiths notes the effort put into this by Richard Stokes - Labour MP for Ipswich.(4 ) The Soviet attack on Finland (November 30th 1939) opened the possibility of converting the war from an anti-Hitler crusade into an anti-Stalin crusade. This was congenial to many. After a solemn (though ineffectual) House of Lords debate on peace terms in December 1939, Ramsay and ...
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222. Electronic Privacy and the Encryption Debate [Lobster #37 (Summer 1999)]
... were systematically to be denied telecommunications privacy in the information age. '( 8 ) UK policy on crypto This government and the previous government have published a number of consultation papers and statements covering encryption and electronic commerce in recent years, the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) taking the lead role.(9 ) Both Conservative and Labour governments, in their 1997 and 1998 papers, proposed some form of key escrow system, in which a user's private encryption key is held by a third party or 'Trusted Third Party' (TTP). When appropriately authorised, a TTP would be required to hand over a key to law enforcement agencies, thereby allowing them access to ...
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223. RAF colluded in Hess flight [Lobster #37 (Summer 1999)]
... . Mysteriously, the official station records do not even agree with the RAF report to Churchill, since they record the Defiant's flight that night as a 'routine patrol' with nothing unusual to report. Enter Hauptman Horn The German pilot who emerged from the wreck of the Bf110 gave his name as Hauptmann Alfred Horn. Faced by a Scottish farm labourer, he asked to see the Duke of Hamilton, who had been in the control room at RAF Turnhouse, commanding all RAF fighter defences in Southern Scotland, when the Bf110 had crossed the Northumberland coast. The man the pilot asked to see was the man charged with intercepting German intruders into Scotland. In his 1991 biography, Hess ...
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224. George Orwell and the IRD [Lobster #38 (Winter 1999)]
... , opinionated, on occasions almost comically one-sided, and contributes very little to any serious consideration of the reasons for the failure of the Left and the triumph of Conservatism in the 1930s. Nevertheless, it does make clear that Orwell had publicly identified himself as a socialist concerned to make the socialist movement more effective. He rejected the Labour Party as hopelessly compromised and the Communist Party as in thrall to Moscow, calling instead for the emergence of a new Socialist Party. The last paragraph of The Road is a powerful statement of his position: 'In the next few years we shall either get that effective Socialist party that we need, or we shall not get it. ...
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225. New Labour, new fascism? [Lobster #38 (Winter 1999)]
... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 38) Winter 1999 Last | Contents | Next Issue 38 New Labour, new fascism?Robert Henderson Tony Blair's rhetoric is heavily if unconsciously littered with fascist buzz words: NATION, NEW, RENEWAL and so on. But there is a greater similarity than single words: Blair frequently expresses ideas which have a remarkable similarity to those of Oswald Mosley. To demonstrate this, I have compiled a series of quotes from Blair and Mosley. All the Mosley quotes come from speeches and writings made after the foundation of the British Union of Fascists. Therefore, the comparison is between Blair and Mosley as a ...
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226. Nothern Ireland redux [Lobster #38 (Winter 1999)]
... in 1976 after Wallace had been bounced out of Northern Ireland and his job as the British Army's psy-war specialist in the Army's Information Policy unit. In his column Livingstone tells us that after his maiden speech: 'Rumours began to circulate that Kinnock had been warned by MI5 that if he did pursue these claims, then damaging stories about Labour MPs' sexual and financial peccadilloes would be leaked to journalists. MI5 wasn't joking. Pictures of a married former Labour cabinet minister in the company of two extremely attractive Yugoslav women popped up in the gossip columns. ' The article did not appear in 'a gossip column'. It was a front page lead in the Sunday Express on ...
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... between 2% for Britain to 15% for Greece), it was the deliberate attempt to extend the New Deal perspective of state involvement in the socioeconomic life of each nation that marked the ERP as a significant intervention in West European affairs. The New Deal coalition, of internationalists in Washington and 'capital-intensive firms and their allies among labour, farm, financial, and professional groups', sought to stabilise West European societies by pursuing a form of Keynesianism: demand management, welfare provision, high employment levels, and class compromise.(9 ) The ethos for this was the supposedly apolitical politics of productivity'[B ]y enhancing productive efficiency, whether through scientific ...
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... David Turner It must surely rank as one of the silliest 'silly season' stories of all time. The most important KGB defector ever unmasks the 'spy of the century' -- and it turns out to be a little old lady from suburban Bexleyheath who sells the Morning Star, drinks tea from a Che Guevara mug and makes jam for Labour Party bazaars. Ironically, the octogenarian Tankie in question, Mrs Letty Norwood, is just about the only person to emerge from the whole sorry tale with any kind of credibility. The much-feted KGB defector, Vasili Nikitich Mitrokhin, far from being the high-minded 'dissident' he seeks to pass himself off as, seems ...
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... elites) as having demonstrated the need for social and political change in Britain. From 1963 onwards, after Blunt's outing by Michael Straight, curiously coinciding with Philby's by Flora Solomon and Rothschild, some members of the British upper classes knew of Blunt's role and the subsequent offer of immunity. Though not, until much later, Wilson, the Labour Prime Minister, nor his Law Officers, the Attorney General and the Solicitor General. The Lord Chancellor, Gerald Gardiner, and Elwyn Jones were kept uninformed for ten years: even though one of Gardiner's private secretaries, in effect his office manager, had a father who had been at school and Cambridge with Blunt, and was also ...
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... .co.uk (Issue 38) Winter 1999 Last | Contents | Next Issue 38 Defending the Realm: MI5 and the Shayler Affair Mark Hollingsworth and Nick Fielding Andre Deutsch, London, 1999 17.99 At one level this whole Shayler affair is quite odd. For Shayler is the quintessential, contemporary, football-mad, New Labour-oriented, a-political technocrat - someone who can use the word 'modern' without blushing and putting it in scare quotes. (Shayler's complaints about MI5 can be seen in his submission to the Cabinet Office Review of the security and intelligence services, printed here as appendix 2: they are almost entirely bureaucratic and technical.) ...
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