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... 2Jewish Chronicle, London, 15 January 2016: <https://www.thejc.com/life-inside-the-concentration-camps-of-scotland-1 .57427> 3 Tamara Deutscher, preface to the Non-Jewish Jew And Other Essays, (London: Verso, 2017). assistant chief of MI6 had released a large amount of hard currency to persuade Tancred Borenius to take a flight to neutral Portugal. From there he took a dangerous journey using his Finnish passport across Vichy France (carrying a suicide pill in his bag) to get to a meeting with Carl Burckhardt of the International Red Cross in Geneva. Claude Dansey, that ...
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... News the same year. I spoke to the staff of the pub 35 Look at the Guardian's aversion to capital letters creeping in. Surely it's British Army not British army. Or did someone abolish proper nouns while I wasn't watching? reportedly at the centre of the piece. The story was a complete invention. In the great MI5 vs MI6 battle of the period, the Sunday Times, then edited by Andrew Neil, was on MI5's side. The lobby In this column below I noted that there had been zero media attention given to the article written on the Spectator website by Geoffrey Alderman in which he denied that Jeremy Corbyn was an anti-semite – citing some of ...
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... 505 staff, against a target of 500', which compares with 427 staff recruited in 2015/16'. So, not only were their staff numbers going up, they were going up at an increasing rate.17 And any claim of financial constraints is completely unprovable in the public domain because, although the combined total MI5/MI6/GCHQ budget is 14 See note 9 above column 146 on p. 38. 15 See note 9 above column 152 on p. 39. 16 Ibid columns 18-19 on p. 6. 17See page 18 of the Intelligence and Security Committee of Parliament, Annual Report 2017 – 2018 at <https://tinyurl ...
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... new to him. It was during the Reagan-Thatcher years that the British so-called private military companies' first came into their own. Mercenaries had operated before then but, during that period, a permanent network of stable private companies was established – ready to fight wars for profit with the covert encouragement of the Foreign Office and MI6. As Miller puts it, by the 1980s these companies were part of a booming industry, fuelled by free market Thatcherism and relentless privatisation, and supercharged by Ronald Reagan's aggressive anti-communism'. In the 1980s, these companies were now in their element, sabotaging left-wing regimes as readily as they propped upright-wing ...
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... in a league of their own, the British class system is also held responsible for the love of hierarchies and unspoken rules that disfigure the intelligence services. Figures like Sir Mark Allen are crying out for their own Peter O'Toole. Allen is an intellectual and expert on Islamic calligraphy who has written a study of Arab Falconry. Yet the former MI6 officer also seems to have signed – off on the abduction and rendition of opponents of Colonel Muammar al-Gaddafi to help secure an oil deal between the UK and Libya. Norton-Taylor argues that the intelligence services are besotted with the emirates and sultanates of the Gulf. Romanticism has displaced any sense of unease about the crucifixions and ...
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... /news/uknews/9962460/ Boris-Berezovsky-My-friend-Boris-would-not-have-taken-his-own-life.html>. government.15 Paragraph 61 appears to show that work to combat these kind of assassinations has been hampered by a recurrence of the traditional turf war between MI5 and MI6. (The same turf war that blighted intelligence operations in Northern Ireland for many years). We welcomed this process, but questioned whether the Intelligence Community has a clear picture of how many Russians there are in the UK who are at risk – for example, would MI5 or any other relevant agency ** *? This would ...
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... . Douglas was told that the UK government had brokered a private arrangement with the National Trust. He then, along with his cohort Tommy Webber, tried approaching the Landmark Trust – getting as far as meeting Sir John Smith MP, Chair of the Trust. (In Douglas's account of this meeting, Smith was accompanied by two operatives from MI6'). It all ended in disarray, with it being made very clear that the Douglas/Webber offer was not being entertained. Subsequent to the meeting in the presence of those operatives from MI6', Douglas claimed that he and Weber were followed and kept under surveillance for some weeks. They dropped the idea and the Landmark ...
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... Mail website is on my must read' list because every once in a while it runs something substantial that no-one else does. This was the case on 14 November when former Lib-Dem MP Norman Baker had a large piece, Revealed: How the body in a bag spy Gareth Williams was murdered by Russians and smeared by MI6'.26 Worth a look, is this. It is detailed enough to suggest that Mr Baker might be writing a book about the case. No cigar . . . Prompted by the baffling rise of the QAnonsense, everybody and their cousin is now running pieces about conspiracy theories. Even the generally amiable and interesting digg.com ...
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... to UK banks in 2008 was £500bn and already government support for the pandemic effects is £333bn, and this, I think, says more than any of the discussion in Keegan's book. It's only in a real crisis that we learn what is truly important. P.S . A light is shown on the hapless nature of MI6 who, following the Black Wednesday events of 1992, were looking for explanations for the sudden loss of confidence in sterling. Keegan was invited to the Pot Au Poule restaurant (in a dark candle-lit recess) by an old acquaintance from his Cambridge college who worked for MI6. Keegan gave the secret service the whole story but ...
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... South of the border (occasional snippets from) Nick Must *new* From the dim and distant past Reading British spy Greville Wynne's The Man From Moscow,1 I noticed that MI6 had set him up as a potential traitor. This was presumably done to ensure there was a fall-back position if it were deemed necessary that he should be disowned. On page 80 of the book, we learn that the Soviets tasked Wynne's Soviet contact, Alex Penkofsky, with obtaining a piece of computer equipment that was on the Soviet "wanted" list'. By arrangement with MI6, Wynne provided an out-of-date model of the type required' and is ...
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