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... maintaining order and reversing national decline.(46)The gravity of what was being considered was revealed when former Times Deputy Editor Louis Heren stated, in an Encounter article of January 1982, that during the course of investigating the 'coup' story he and his colleagues had come across some 'disturbing rumours'. Martin Furnival-Jones, Director General of MI5 from 1965 to 1972, told Heren that, although some of these rumours may have involved no more than 'loose talk by gin-sodden generals', they were taken seriously enough to be 'investigated by the security services'.(47) IV Britain's social democratic moment The King affair can be viewed on three levels. First of all, ...
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72. Britain spinning in the Sibel Edmonds web [Lobster #56 (Winter 2008/9)]
... . Readers shouldn't hold their breath however, as one of the consistent patterns in this story is the regular quashing of investigations that threaten to go somewhere. The only other British media link was The Observer's David Rose, who wrote an article for Vanity Fair three years ago.(6) Rose recently revealed that he had a relationship with MI5 and MI6 in the past,(7) and, given the proximity of British intelligence to the A. Q. Khan network, which forms the core proliferation group which Edmonds links to U.S. officials, it is difficult to know what to make of his piece exposing Edmonds' allegations to a wider audience. He states that ...
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73. The Cecil King coup plot [Lobster #55 (Summer 2008)]
... issue) and Mrs Thatcher's desire to smash the trade unions.(10) In particular, I make the point that Troy Kennedy-Martin wrote Edge of Darkness after Rob Green started investigating the murder of his aunt, anti-nuclear activist Hilda Murrell, (11) who had incurred the unwelcome attention of Zeus Security and Sapphire Investigations (both subcontractors of MI5 and the nuclear police employing right-wing extremists and violent criminals). In my PhD thesis I also summarise the two key features of the coercive state, thus: The rise of the state executive at the expense of parliamentary democracy and debate. This began with the economic seminar established by Callaghan but rapidly accelerated under Thatcher. Landmark developments include ...
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74. Tittle-tattle [Lobster #55 (Summer 2008)]
... Campbell. F is for? A little corner of old England was remembered, but little was openly spoken when family, friends and fellow brother and sister spooks of Charles Elwell OBE gathered in March for his memorial service in St James's, Piccadilly. In his address, the Rt Rev John Perry said Elwell's 30-year service to his country in MI5 should properly remain a 'closed book'. The nearest the congregation heard of the work of the senior secret policeman who smeared many on the left in British public life during the Cold War as being under Soviet influence was the reading from Henry Fielding's Journal of a Voyage to Lisbon. The passage ended with the assertion that 'at sea drowning ...
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75. Children and the Official Secrets Act [Lobster #55 (Summer 2008)]
... Notes This article is about civil servants i.e. 'the staff'. The families of those who are not staff e.g. agents such as Colonel Oleg Gordiefsky may carry additional and different burdens, as can those employed in private sector espionage. Note: one of the justifications Dame Stella Rimington gave for writing her autobiography when she stood down from MI5 was because 'she wished to explain things' to her daughters. See The Guardian (Weekend) 8 September 2007. Last| Contents| Next ...
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76. RE: [Lobster #55 (Summer 2008)]
... with a cabal of US arms manufacturers, the FBI, the CIA and blessing of the US government'. Fair enough, some might say. However, Shayler then claims that the planes involved in the attacks were 'missiles wrapped in holograms'. At this point the author puts forward a theory of his own. Could Shayler be an MI5 plant 'designed eventually to discredit the so-called 9/11 Truth Movement with increasingly extravagant absurdities? '( 30)Or could he in fact be a higher being?(31) DANGO DANGO, the database of archives of UK non-government organisations, NGOs, since 1945, is a free online database, enabling researchers to identify NGOs and ...
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77. Kiss me on the apocalypse! [Lobster #55 (Summer 2008)]
... good relations with Heath (he gave him £100,000 to 'help the European cause'), he took the view that the Selsdon policies had failed because they were too timid and had not been allowed sufficient time. In late 1973 Goldsmith, fellow Clermont member, David Stirling, and 'other businessmen' met Peter Wright, an MI5 officer, at the suggestion of Victor Rothschild, a distant cousin of Goldsmith. Wright said that during the meeting Goldsmith stated that a large number of 'significant UK business figures' wanted the expected return to office of Harold Wilson stopped and steps taken to reduce the power of UK trade unions. It is unclear if anything flowed from this ...
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... with the press (Kelly also attended an MOD senior officers TV course at Wilton Park), we are told by Nick Rufford of The Sunday Times that Kelly had sometimes been 'an undercover man for the intelligence services'.(20) Unsurprising, perhaps, that veteran journalist Tom Mangold should claim Kelly's death was investigated by 'Special Branch, MI5; MI6 had a man present and the CIA had a man present.'(21) Baker's book details the whole ghastly scandal, from the disputed reasons behind the invasion of Iraq; the dodgy dossier; the 45 minute claim; Gilligan's 'sexed-up' report;(22)the 'British Watergate' of the mobile labs which didn't ...
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79. Coach into pumpkin: some problems with Paget [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... When those broadcasts were recorded by radio hams, the tapes quickly ended up in the hands of The Sun who dithered for nearly two years over publishing them. The people behind 'Squidgygate' then became impatient with their proxies and started sending journalists taped copies of the conversation through the post. Naturally, once the story broke, suspicion fell on MI5. Home Secretary Kenneth Clarke told the House of Commons: 'The security services are strictly controlled in their telephone tapping and I know of no evidence whatever to indicate that they [MI5] were involved.... There is nothing to investigate.... I am absolutely certain that the allegation that this is anything to do ...
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80. Spy Wars, reviewed [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... in this country Tom Mangold's Cold Warrior and accounts of the damaging effects of Angleton's paranoia on the Agency's attempts to understand the Soviet Union.(5) In this briefing war the anti-Angleton forces won and the consensus formed that Angleton was a nutter who did terrible damage to the CIA and, by extension, to allied intelligence agencies such as MI5 and MI6.(6) This anti-Angleton consensus is challenged by his former ally Begley, who reanalyses the Nosenko affair and tries to show the reader that their counterintelligence's view that Nosenko had been sent to disinform them and so conceal the identity of the KGB's real mole inside the CIA, was correct. Potentially this is fascinating who doesn't ...
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