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331. How to Fix an Election [Lobster #43 (Summer 2002)]
... Allow researchers to count votes. Choke off supply of spontaneous votes with a prompted supply of votes for Tony Blair. BBC staff continue to count. Proven: Tony Blair is Man of the Year, 1996 - or would have been, had this delightful scam not been discovered and the BBC suspended voting. (1 ) Jules Hurry, Labour party member and former civil servant from the Ministry of Agriculture Fisheries and Food, had signed a letter from Labour's campaign HQ that was circulated to party members urging them to vote for Tony Blair. In the run-up to the 1997 general election, Blair's win in this popular media event would have been a valuable propaganda coup, ...
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332. Historical Notes [Lobster #43 (Summer 2002)]
... figures. There were General Sir Walter Walker's Civil Assistance, Colonel David Stirling's GB75, and George Young's Unison. (1 ) These groups formed in order to frustrate the impact of strike action in the essential services, and were linked to rumours that elements in the military and intelligence establishment were contemplating some kind of coup to overthrow the minority Labour government which had taken up office in March 1974. This view was expressed at the time by Tony Benn (2 ) and supported by the later publications of Peter Wright, Paul Foot and Robin Ramsay and Stephen Dorril.(3 ) Now the consensus interpretation is that the 'armies' were products of a paranoia about 'reds under the ...
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333. Tittle-tattle 2 [Lobster #43 (Summer 2002)]
... Corporate Communications Business Support Unit, a Marketing Communications Unit, an Internal Communications Unit, and a Business Support and Communication Unit. Without making 55 calls to the Home Office switchboard, I have no way of knowing how many of these existed before Blunkett became Home Secretary; nor, indeed, how many of these preceded the arrival of the Labour government in 1997. But if he didn't create them, Blunkett hasn't scrapped them and it is hard to disagree with Jenkins' comment: 'This is bureaucracy gone mad. It embodies the over-regulated, service-quantified, risk-averse, publicity-obsessed style of government that has come to typify new Labour in government. ...
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334. Branson (Book Review) [Lobster #43 (Summer 2002)]
... be personally held responsible. Despite this, the point that the hippy businessmen of the 1968 generation often became the most ruthless capitalists is well made. Having made his millions in music and become regarded as both a spokesman for youth and a great British entrepreneur Branson was duly courted by various UK politicians. The Tories liked him; later New Labour liked him, too. His astutely managed PR battles with British Airways made some think that Branson could (and would) provide cut price air travel. This never really materialized as far as most people were concerned and it would be Easyjet, a decade later, who finally provided such facilities for the British public. Despite this by ...
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335. Kitson revisited [Lobster #43 (Summer 2002)]
... given a one year defence fellowship at University College, Oxford to develop his ideas. The result was Low Intensity Operations. Low Intensity Operations Low Intensity Operations appeared at a time when an increasing level of industrial unrest, serious disturbances in Northern Ireland, student revolt, the women's liberation movement, the reemergence of the revolutionary left and a strong Labour left, all seemed to add up to a challenge on a scale not seen since before the First World War. And this was in an international context where revolutionary war in South-East Asia and South America seemed in the ascendant. Kitson drew on his experiences combating revolutionary war in the withdrawal from Empire to develop a response to ...
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336. Parafinance: Enron and drilling for red ink [Lobster #43 (Summer 2002)]
... analysts that something was wrong. But this, too, was held to signal that the company was an example of the new economy. Skilling had once stated that you have to get rid of people: 'they gum up the works'. That the firm was a little people-light was simply put down to their efficiency. Fewer labour units equalled more profits. Andersen Andersen, the company's auditor, who let these figures pass, would hardly have survived a moderately close inspection of its own track record. Until recently, they had the reputation of being the accounting world's conscience. This changed in the last ten years. During that period they have been notable for three ...
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... in CCF and its end of ideology leitmotif. His young assistant, David Lipsey, followed in his master's Atlanticist footsteps. Two decades after the demise of the Congress, Lipsey helped found the British American Project for the Successor Generation, a US-funded network to revive Atlanticism. He is now Lord Lipsey, a key figure in New Labour with its end of ideology, Third Way 'pragmatism'. His network of influence is just one of many of continuing significance in the political and intellectual world spawned by the Congress and its linked operations of postwar anti-Communism. Two: Nye Bevan was right when he talked shortly before his death of the huge displacement power of the ...
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... ..... emotionally she was an authoritarian and protectionist. ' (p . 183) Who was Margaret Thatcher? To me the most interesting section is his account of being a junior minister in the Treasury during the Heath years. His account confirms the analysis I offer of this period in chapter 1 of The Rise of New Labour. Obsessed with British entry into the EEC, Heath embarked upon his 'dash for growth', and turned the bankers loose. Having worked in the City, Nott saw immediately how disastrous the so-called Competition and Credit Control changes of 1972 were when allied to Heath's determination to retain 'cheap money'; and, unusually honest for ...
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... p . 23) I reported the snippet of information from a recent biography of James Callaghan that Mrs Thatcher, while leader of the Opposition, in 1977 had twice gone to to see Robert Armstrong, then Home Office liaison with MI5, to put the beliefs of her and those around her that Harold Wilson and assorted other people in the Labour Party and trade union leadership were .. .. .. .. .. well, anything from ideologically unreliable to Soviet agents. In the Callaghan extract the only specific cited from Mrs Thatcher's conversations with Arm-strong was the claim that Geoffrey Goodman, who had briefly been a minor figure in the Wilson government in 1975/ ...
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340. UFOs (Book Review) [Lobster #43 (Summer 2002)]
... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 43) Summer 2002 Last | Contents | Next Issue 43 UFOs Neil Nixon Harpenden: Pocket Essentials, 2002; 3.99 Pocket Essentials are the publishers who have had the taste and good sense to publish my Conspiracy Theories and The Rise of New Labour; and will publish a volume from Lobster contributor John Burnes on MI5 this year. So, yes, this is a shameless plug. However Nixon's book is really rather good. Though neither a beginner's guide nor a comprehensive summary of the subject - how big would that be? - this manages to contain elements of both within a 90 page ...
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