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... the Tory Party together, must be exhausting. Alas for her, Boris Johnson is unlikely to follow in the footsteps of George Brown and flounce off to the backbenches to be safely ignored for the rest of time. 7 'The Secretary of State for Foreign & Commonwealth Affairs, Rt Hon Boris Johnson MP, set out his vision for a liberal Brexit in a speech at Policy Exchange. ' <https://www.youtube.com/watch?v =amAAfBnVDfI> 8 From the Policy Exchange speech: 'As I have just discovered we have more than a million people who go to Thailand every year, where our superb consular services deal with some of the things ...
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... (pp. 93, 97) There is an interesting paradox here that Mansfield is very much aware of. While Trump has to continually strain in a futile attempt to demonstrate his Christian faith, his great enemy Barack Obama was both a sincere and knowledgeable Christian. For the Christian Right, however, Obama was anathema. His was a liberal Christianity that had declared 'war on Americans of faith'. (p . 112) For the Christian right, the Obama years had been a period of 'unrelenting war on religion'. (p . 110) He 'seemed . . . to never have heard of an abortion he didn't like', he was 'the first US president ...
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... former Conservative leader Michael (now Lord) Howard. In opposition, his party seemed minded to accede to this inquest plea. But the previously sympathetic Dominic Grieve firmly ruled it out when he became David Cameron's Attorney General after the 2010 election. The only Parliamentarian who has expressed any sustained interest in the fate of Dr Kelly is the former Liberal Democrat MP for Lewes, Norman Baker. His The Strange Death of David Kelly1 was published in 2007. Goslett acknowledges the help of Baker, whose extensive efforts he builds on without trying to identify the possible murderers of Dr Kelly in the way the ex-MP attempts at the end of his book. Goslett impresses precisely because he ...
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... Secrets of the Early Cold War and Korea.43 The reappearance of this topic has coincided with Netflix releasing the series Wormwood, directed by Errol Morris. Wormwood is about the death of Frank Olsen, the biochemist working for the US military who was murdered by the CIA in 1953. 44 Michael Ignatieff – Canadian intellectual and leader of the Liberal Party of Canada – wrote about Wormwood in the New York Review of Books: 45'. . . the facts, as [Eric] Olsen's research has established, are that Allen Dulles, Richard Helms and other unnamed persons at the highest levels of the American government ordered the death of [Frank Olsen] because they feared he ...
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... seen as a continuation 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 ...
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... to Dallas. It is reported that he had an antipathy to JFK originating in 1945 when the priapic Kennedy tried to pull Meyer's wife, Mary23 If this is true, the fact that the by then divorced Mary Meyer became one of JFK's sexual partners in the 1960s, may have increased Meyer's animus.24 Despite having ended WW2 as a liberal internationalist, Meyer became an obsessive, even paranoid anti-communist and may have persuaded himself that JFK was a threat to the Republic.25 In his hand-written sketch of the conspiracy E. Howard Hunt began it with: '1962 LBJ recruits Cord Meyer'. (emphasis added)26 The fake assassination attempt Chauncey Holt thought ...
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... but copies are available at <https://www.amazon.co.uk/Origins-Organic-Movement-Philip-Conford/dp/0863153364>. Conford is at <https://philipconford.wordpress.com/publications/>. Jorian Jenks (1899-1963) was the asthmatic son of the liberal lawyer and academic, Edward Jenks. Educated at Haileybury, one of Britain's leading public schools, from his early childhood he wanted to be a farmer and in May 1916 enrolled at Harper Adams Agricultural College in Shropshire. The following year he tried to do his bit for the war effort, and join an Officer Cadet Battalion, only ...
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8. Hugh who? (Summer 2018) [Free Article]
... -part-ii/>. 6 Quoted in a letter to Mrs Thatcher from Colin Wallace in 1990. 7 <https://villagemagazine.ie/index.php/2017/09/britainted-part-ii/> See the section headed 'The smear about John Hume stealing charitable funds'. Communist Party or National Liberation Front be admitted to membership ; and that Sinn Fein be permitted to actively associate with the above mentioned groups. 35. That a member of the Communist Party or any radical group be admitted to Sinn Fein or allowed to retain membership. ' This was IRD's standard theme: all radical movements are run by Communists (and ultimately by ...
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... I am reminded of a little book – a pamphlet, really – the 1977 Crime and Cover-up, by Peter Dale Scott, which I had many years ago but which fell apart. Its footnotes were so extensive and dense that someone produced and circulated an index to them. Islamic terrorism.6 Bale describes himself as 'a classical liberal, a radical individualist, an unabashed secularist, a member of the anti-PC and anti-totalitarian left, and a counter-cultural rebel'.7 What it means in practise is that he can write this of the phrase 'political correctness': 'This is a well-known term that has come to refer not only ...
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... , 2017, £25, h/b John Newsinger There were never any fundamental policy differences between Tony Blair and Gordon Brown. Both men accepted that the world 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 ...
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