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141. Harassment by the state [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... to leave. The story was long and complicated. I've now forgotten most of it. She had piles of documents. She claimed that her flat in London was being repeatedly broken into and articles left, taken or rearranged. No matter how often she changed the locks the break-ins continued. She had been to the police and MI5 - large amounts of documentation on this - with no result. She assumed she was being harassed by MOSSAD. For reasons that I now cannot recall, we didn't really get on. But having come across similar stories before I said I would write something about her. She wanted to see it first, didn't like it when she ...
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142. PR, Iraq and 'the allies' [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... magazine (! ), he 'welcomed' it in his country because 'my government has only limited capability to challenge the spread of American culture'. 24 Percy Cradock, Know your Enemy: How the Joint Intelligence Committee Saw the World (London: John Murray, 2002). 25 This is one reason why I was not surprised when MI5 announced the preparation of its official history - a best-seller in the making, with I assume, the profits on this occasion going to the taxpayer - to be completed in time for its centenary. MI5's records, apparently, have not 'disappeared'. Its subtext is that unlike MI5, SIS will not be providing the British ...
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143. Lying about Iraq [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... been widely rubbished, (6 ) without the plagiarism angle to make it 'sexy' to the major media, it had not caused much embarrassment. These documents were written by a group 'led by Tony Blair's director of communications Alastair Campbell, head of homeland security David Omand, Downing Street foreign policy adviser Sir David Manning, and representatives of MI5, MI6 and GCHQ'.(7 ) The process of compiling the first dossier:'......resulted in fairly serious rows between Campbell, Omand and Stephen Lander, then head of M15. The essence of the disagreement is said to have been that intelligence material should be presented "straight", rather ...
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144. The View [Lobster #44 (Winter 2002)]
... November devoted to Special Branch accounts of their work against British 'subversives' in the 1970s and 80s. There was a rich irony about the BBC broadcasting the first two episodes while David Shayler was on trial. A group of Special Branch officers - assisted by the BBC - broke the Official Secrets Act in a big way on television while an MI5 officer was on trial for the same offence. The programmes were dull, perfect examples of the way television takes a couple of pages of script and pads them out into an hour. There was a certain amusement in watching some of this country's more serious-minded, would-be revolutionaries - Dave Nellist and Arthur Scargill, for ...
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145. Historical Notes [Lobster #44 (Winter 2002)]
... end, when it states that his autobiography, My Silent War (1968) 'contains much disinformation', and fingers for special criticism Philby's 'untrue' claim that the Foreign Office and SIS 'began, as early as 1943' to divert efforts from defeating the Nazis to menacing Stalin and his 'greatly exaggerated' version of wartime rivalry between SIS and MI5. The first of these claims is just wrong. What Philby actually says is that between the wars SIS was devoted mainly to the defence of Britain against Bolshevism and that service thinking 'reverted to its old and congenial channels' when 'the defeat of the Axis was in sight'. He also points out that the steps that were taken ...
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146. Web update [Lobster #44 (Winter 2002)]
... able to utilise a public interest defence (previously ruled out by House of Lords, see below); in addition, PII certificates signed by the Home and Foreign secretaries prevented any disclosures relating to security and intelligence matters in court (see below), and the prosecution had to be given advance notice of questions he intended to ask four MI5 witnesses, screened from the public and press. The jury were therefore unable to be told about important allegations including the involvement of MI6 in a plot to assassinate General Gadaffi; that MI5 had prior knowledge of a plan to bomb the Israeli Embassy in London in 1994 (information that would have helped the defence of the two convicted for ...
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147. Spook PR [Lobster #44 (Winter 2002)]
... supplemented by technical intelligence.... ' (21) Not only are those who staff the local agencies airbrushed by Whitehall, but their brothers and sisters, many of whom live here and are British citizens, are deemed, without a shred of evidence, to be culpable of heinous deeds. (22) Meanwhile, SIS and MI5 launch a campaign to attract those from various ethnic groups living in Britain to sign up to Her Majesty's secret services.....(23) Spook PR and War with Iraq Nowhere has Whitehall's Cold War (and macho) PR-machine been more in evidence than in its handling of Iraq. Take, for example, ...
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148. Into the Whitehall maw [Lobster #43 (Summer 2002)]
... and interfered with. In seeking an explanation for this he has made numerous and persistent inquiries to many authorities. Kennedy had previously been thwarted from taking a case before the Interception of Communications Tribunal because of its limited remit. (21) He has also used the Data Protection Act 1998 to make subject access requests to various authorities, including MI5 and GCHQ, in an attempt to obtain personal data they hold on him. These have been unsuccessful, and Kennedy had initially hoped to challenge the certificates issued by MI5 and GCHQ (exempting them from the subject access provisions of the Data Protection Act) before the Information Tribunal. (See below on Baker case and exemption certificates. ...
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... Violent Death of Airey Neave Paul Routledge London: Fourth Estate, 2002, 16.99 In Lobster 39 (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 ...
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150. The view from the bridge [Lobster #43 (Summer 2002)]
... recent trawl through Whitehall's preparation for nuclear war, The Secret State, there is this snippet on p. 22 'As late as the start of the twenty-first century, a decade after the 1991 Congress voted to dissolve the CPGB after seventy-one years of political life and to reconstitute itself as the Democratic Left, more than one MI5 officer could be heard to claim (a ) that the British Security Service "had been virtually running the CPGB at the end....", Assuming this claim about MI5 running the CPGB is true, did this include Marxism Today? Thinking about MT's strange final incarnation as a journal of the new right, it would ...
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