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... co.uk (Issue 52) Winter 2006/7 Last | Contents | Next Issue 52 My encounter with George K. Young and Tory Action, 1979-1988 John Andrews In 1978 I read a report of a speech on subversion by a Mr G. K. Young ( 'GKY') a former 'deputy director' of MI6. It said that he was a banker. I had been a student at LSE 1972-1975, my tutor was an expert on the Soviet Bloc and I had studied Soviet politics. Fears of Soviet subversion may seem na ve now, but were widespread at the time, so I was interested. I found GKY's address from ...
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242. Tittle-tattle [Lobster #52 (Winter 2006/7)]
... . Can a resignation list knighthood be far behind? Con by name Also mentioned in dispatches is Con Coughlin, the new foreign editor of The Daily Telegraph. In his days on The Sunday Telegraph Coughlin falsely attributed a story about the son of Colonel Gadaffi to a 'British banking official' when it had been given to him by officers of MI6. In the course of losing the subsequent libel battle, it transpired MI6 had been supplying Coughlin with material for years. So who in September raised this defamation drongo to this dizzy new height? The then Telegraph Group editor-in-chief John Bryant who, in his Daily Mail days, had helped secure a British passport for ...
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243. Lobster Issue 52: Contents [Lobster #52 (Winter 2006/7)]
... mind control Plundering the Public Sector The Intelligence Files: Today's secrets, tomorrow's scandals The Cliveden Set Pieces without an author's name are by the editor Parish Notices Thanks to the usual suspects for information, especially Jane Affleck and Robert Henderson for the continuous stream of articles; and to Phil Chamberlain who spotted Norman Baker's House of Commons adjournment debate on MI6. The content of a number of the articles and reviews in this issue may seem to overlap or to be related. I could claim that this was clever editing on my part but it is an accident; or, perhaps, something more than an accident but unintentional. Sometimes the people who write for this magazine just end up ...
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... are here: MKUltra and Delta; the CIA's drug programmes; Ewan Cameron's 'psychic driving' and reprogramming experiments in Canada - all reworked with some new material. For British readers there is new information on William Sargant, author of the 1957 landmark book, Battle for the Mind. Streatfield shows that Sargant was working for MI5 and/or MI6 - something I had assumed but had never tried to check. There is a chapter on the British Army's torture of IRA suspects in 1971. Streatfield shows us that these programmes involved the UK as junior partners to the US; and that by 1970 most of the experiments with drugs and gizmos had apparently ended. The NATO countries' ...
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245. Re: [Lobster #52 (Winter 2006/7)]
... appears to be the National Institute of Standards and Technology, which is still investigating the collapse five years after the event. See <http://wtc.nist.gov/media/ WTC7_Approach_ Summary 12Oct06.pdf> for its latest summary. [7 ] Claire Regan, 'Queen's boffin to write official history of MI6', Belfast Telegraph, 7 December 2005. [8 ] The account will parallel the official history of the Security Service, currently being written by Cambridge historian Professor Christopher Andrew. His appointment has been criticised by Anthony Glees, Professor of Politics at Brunel University's Centre for Intelligence and Security Studies and co-author of Spinning the spies ...
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... the media: support for MI5, a halt to being soft on civil liberties, more crackdowns on the Islamists in the UK, praise for France, more sense of Muslims as the 'enemy within'. We can reverse engineer the briefings to see MI5 and France as sharing a common ideology with US homeland security. (The exclusion of MI6 may be an oversight or meaningful.) This is the agenda of the international 'war on terror' lobby in a nutshell but it may have overplayed its hand. Initial reactions here were not calls for more draconian legislation but scepticism and caution in leaping to conclusions. The Financial Times' editorial response ( [18] ) was pretty ...
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247. In camera injustice [Lobster #52 (Winter 2006/7)]
... them. This does not seem credible, as Oshchenko told MI5 the KGB only had about five agents at any one time in London in the 1970s. In court, Gordievsky's reliability was questioned by the Defence: he was known to exaggerate and is well-known for seeking publicity. He has also been a public supporter of MI5 and MI6, and he admitted he was paid a pension of 1,500 a month after he defected. The Defence called an ex-CIA Station Chief, referred to as Mr P, as a witness at my trial. Mr. P was an expert in tradecraft skills, and he disagreed with Gordievsky and Rimington, saying his opinion ...
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248. Historical Notes [Lobster #53 (Summer 2007)]
... US Skybolt missile which was supposed to become the centrepiece of the UK nuclear deterrent, or In the Red's analysis of sterling's problems, or Anatomy of Error (1969), which focused on the debates about Indo-China within the Washington establishment in the period from Eisenhower to LBJ. Thirdly, it has been suggested that he was a MI6 asset. True, the source of this was Izvestia in December 1968. But it was later reported that Henry Kissinger had ordered the tapping of the telephone of a British journalist who was suspected of being an MI6 operative; in 1982 The Press Gazette reported on 3 May 1982 that Brandon's phone had been tapped (it later emerged that ...
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249. At Her Majesty's Secret Service, reviewed [Lobster #53 (Summer 2007)]
... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 53) Summer 2007 Last | Contents | Next Issue 12 At Her Majesty's Secret Service: The Chiefs of Britain's Intelligence Agency, MI6 Nigel West London: Greenhill Books, 2006, £25, h/b The books of 'West' that I have read all have the same problem: he tells you that some of the material comes from past or present intelligence officers and hints that in those sections you are getting 'the real inside story'. Somewhere along the way, for example, I have acquired the idea that his second and third books, MI5: A Matter of Trust and MI6 ...
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250. Iraq [Lobster #53 (Summer 2007)]
... 11 began planning how to use 9/11 as the pretext to attack Iraq.(2 ) But when precisely was the decision taken? One fixed point we have is the memorandum written by Matthew Rycroft, dated 23 July 2002, after a meeting at Downing Street to discuss Iraq. In that Rycroft reports 'C', head of MI6, as saying, 'There was a perceptible shift in attitude. Military action was now seen as inevitable. ' A CIA analyst at the time, Paul Pillar, dates the decision to 'the beginning of 2002';(3 ) and in late February the Australian Ambassador to the UN, John Dauth, told the chairman of the ...
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