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... , to pinch the old slogan of the Victoria and Albert Museum, an ace welfare state with a world power attached. Superpower status was rendered hollow by the Suez crisis in 1956, and economic underperformance spurred a search for more modern tools than public ownership and strong trade unions. That is fair enough, but it should be borne in mind that social democracy, as practised from Macmillan onwards, was to the right of the 1945 settlement. Hence the impatience of Labour romantics such as Michael Foot with social democracy's accommodative approach to private industry. All that aside, this is an excellent book, intensively researched and with a strong narrative line that gives powerful support to the central ...
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12. Lobster Issue 73 - Summer 2017 [Free Article]
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... . Denis Healey is an obvious example. The government actually rejected Conservative attempts to establish an Un-British Activities Committee in the House of Commons, almost certainly because they were aware that it would be used to smear the Labour Party itself with the enthusiastic support of the Daily Express and the Daily Mail. We have to also bear in mind that if Labour had been re-elected in 1951, then we would have certainly seen a serious stepping-up of the British purge, extending it into the field of education and elsewhere. By 1951, the government was concerned by the presence of some 2,000 'subversives' in education and there would certainly have been a ...
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... essentially a coup carried out within UK politics by an establishment that regards cleaving to the US as an essential ritual. Was this the first overt change carried out within the UK at the behest of the US and their local supporters? Have there been others? The general election of 1970 that resulted in a surprise Wilson defeat inevitably comes to mind. The US – and many within the UK's intelligence and military – wanted Wilson out in 1970. The election that year was characterised by an extensive campaign targeting marginal seats, run by Ronan O'Rahilly, from an offshore radio station owned by a Swiss-based electronics company later shown to have had a connection to the Lockerbie bombing. ...
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... An accidental tourist? A British connection to the death of Otto Warmbier Nick Must This article concerns events from the last two years that took place in North Korea (NK). Bearing in mind the secrecy that surrounds not only that country itself but also the overt (and covert) efforts of Western nations to destabilise it, some of what follows involves a modicum of informed speculation. My intention, as you read, is that you might bear in mind how the events herein retold might appear to the isolated and beleaguered government of North Korea. If you are a follower of international news, you will be aware of the recently deceased Otto Warmbier. He was the ...
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... her national self-regard, showing that British brains and ingenuity – even eccentricity – were superior to Teutonic jackboots any day. Hastings attributes this to Britain's (and the USA's) national 'culture' of 'intellectual honesty', which is something else for us to congratulate ourselves upon. It also helped that Churchill and Roosevelt were more open- minded than Hitler and Stalin. Reinforcing this trope were the exploits of the brave 'few' in the Battle of Britain – 'few' against the Nazi 'hordes' – and the much bruited morale and good humour of the little English people in their slums – 'never mind, dear, put on the kettle and we'll have a nice cup of ...
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... York real estate magnates.13 No irony was intended. Footnote 11 continued The fact that almost all crucial servers for the Internet are located in the US – such that the EU felt compelled to adopt consent rules for the storage of data from European users on US servers – is never seen as a risk to 'Internet freedom'. Never mind that virtually all Internet software, and much of the hardware, originates from US corporations. 12 There is an old joke on the Left about the US regime: 'Why has there never been a coup in Washington D.C .? ' The answer: 'Because there is no U.S . Embassy in Washington D.C ...
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... or independent judges. ' If there was any lingering doubt about Mr Brown's views on journalistic freedom, it was decisively dispelled when he went on to name Daily Mail editor Paul Dacre as an appointee to an ad hoc panel to examine the question of how some material still held by the National Archives should be declassified with the FOI Act in mind. Mr Brown had put his finger deftly on the point that had alarmed Mr Blair in 2005, and to which Mr Blair only confessed in his autobiography published three years after Mr Brown's remarks. 'The truth is that the FOI Act isn't used, for the most part, by "the people". It's used by journalists. ...
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... unnatural devotion to figures of authority), but it was embarrassing to watch the Brits grovel at the Major's feet. For their part the Aussies looked down upon the Brits with disgust and wondered how any self-respecting man, especially a soldier, could allow himself to accept such a demeaning, subservient role. No Aussie in his right mind would ever play the toy soldier, or yield to someone regardless of his merits. Aussies rendered their loyalty to individuals of proven worth, not to abstracts like office or rank. ' Of course what also separated the British from the Australians (and Valentine) was the fact that most of the British were professional soldiers – the Army ...
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... .com/l8l2h9h> or <http://www.globalresearch.ca/blame-the-russian-game-and-the- information-war-mainstream-media-fake-news-vs-truth-from- alternative-news/5563534>. 2 I voted 'leave' in the referendum. Never mind the destruction of Greece by the EU, described in detail in the new book by Yanis Varoufakis; a union based on the free movement of capital is incompatible with social democracy, let alone any notion of socialism. Continues at the foot of the next page. loop will be created: as more details emerge, criticism will increase ...
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