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411. Book reviews (Summer 2010) [Lobster #59 (Summer 2010)(free)] [Free Article]
... , even by members of their own party? There are details here, if true, to fill in the broader picture of smearing by New Labour. Rawnsley, for example, tells us this about Sarah Brown and the spin doctors, Damian McBride and Charlie Whelan: 'The demure public image was the front of a woman with a steely mind who was fiercely protective of her husband and family. She formed a strong, and to some at No 10 surprising, alliance with Damian McBride and Charlie Whelan based on their mutual interest in defending her husband. Sarah took charge of who came to lunches and dinners at Chequers. She rewarded McBride by telling him he could throw a ...
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... arrives in high street stores, the big money has already moved on. This should mean we have only a short time to wait until 'affordable' colour- changing fibre-optic carpets (currently very 'in') become available, although if platinum taps hit Homebase any time soon, the billionaires will have to up their game sharply. Mind you, even with this trend it will probably be a while before any of us mere mortals are shopping for helicopters and submarines, as many of the book's inhabitants do (and the submarines are no mere submersibles, but floating hotels capable of remaining submerged for a fortnight). It's in the last few chapters of the book that ...
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... 163 Summer 2010 factor in post-1941 economic life the United States. ' But this rhetoric is not matched by analysis of some of the historical events. The biggest threats to the m-i -c were the attempts by Presidents Eisenhower and Kennedy to reduce tension with the Soviet bloc and thus cut military expenditure. With this in mind Eisenhower planned a big pow-wow with Khruschev in Paris in 1960. What happened? The authors write:'.....against all odds, the worse scenario occurred: the U2 flight was shot down on the eve of the international summit. '. (p . 188) 'Against all odds? ' They ...
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414. It's democracy, Jim, but not as we want it... (Summer 2010) [Lobster #59 (Summer 2010)(free)] [Free Article]
... be made out to J. Strafford Holdings Ltd for £22.49 (includes £2 .50 for shipping). 16 Strafford notes in his Preface that several years later our Lord Falconer, Lord Chancellor at the time of the Iraq invasion, told him 'that whatever the size of the march the Government would not have changed its mind. ' Which is what we all suspected anyway. Tony Blair, Dubya's political catamite, knew what was expected of him and was determined to deliver it. 199 Summer 2010 ...
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... . Stiglitz is also remarkably negligent when it comes to the practicality of regulating private enterprise, giving no indication that he has any meaningful grasp of the difficulties involved. Even at the domestic level, the experience of the past decade, starting with Enron, shows how poor even the governments of the most sophisticated economies are at preventing everything from mind-boggling recklessness to outright criminality. This is partly due to collusion between politicians and business in reducing legal restraints on what business may do, and partly the sheer difficulty of devising a system of regulation to deal with massive private concerns which frequently spread across their activities across the globe. To take just two examples. First, it ...
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416. Tittle-tattle (Winter 2010) [Lobster #60 (Winter 2010) (free)] [Free Article]
... British economy. This wave included then Labour leader Neil Kinnock, who appointed Gould to chair the Party's key policy review committee on the economy. Gould's committee took the thing seriously, did a lot of research and was about to produce a report on how to rein in the City and support the domestic manufacturing economy, when Kinnock changed his mind in 1988, took the first steps towards accepting that there was no alternative to the established City-dominated economic system, and ignored the committee's work. With the change of line at the top, Gould's star in the party waned as rapidly as it had risen and he left Britain and returned to New Zealand, whence he had ...
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417. Well, how did we get here? (Winter 2010) [Lobster #60 (Winter 2010) (free)] [Free Article]
... 23 Although he never explicitly said this, Heath wanted to convert Britain into a European-style social democracy, similar to that sought by the Labour government he had succeeded. 'Heath had been very impressed, when visiting Germany, by Willy Brandt's regular round-table consultations with the unions and the German system of co-partnership; his mind began moving towards establishing a similar relationship in Britain by which the unions should be given an acknowledged role in the running of the economy. ' 24 Heath also wanted the British bankers to become more like their German counterparts, taking direct stakes in British manufacturing. In his diary, Cecil King reports in April 1973 on having lunch with ...
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418. Gordon Brown: in the country of the blind... (Winter 2010) [Lobster #60 (Winter 2010) (free)] [Free Article]
... as a rising star by the Scottish Labour Party, Brown was twice offered safer alternative constituencies after this. He declined to run in the Hamilton South bye-election in May 1978 (George Robertson was selected and elected instead) and also declined Leith when a last minute vacancy arose in February 1979 (he was unable to make up his mind). The seat went instead to Ron Brown.9 With hindsight these were clearly significant miscalculations. Although Callaghan duly took Labour down to an arguably unnecessary defeat by delaying going to the country until May 1979, ensuring that that Brown failed to win Edinburgh South, Brown would have been elected in either of the other seats. Had ...
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... Contents The Return of the Public Dan Hind London and New York: Verso, £14.99 Death of the Liberal Class Chris Hedges New York: Nation Books, £14.99 Tom Easton Lobster contributor Dan Hind has produced a mind-stretching plea to no longer leave politics to the experts – the practitioners and the gatekeepers who control access to what is going on in our name and with our money and leave most of us persuaded or confused into passivity. As a former gatekeeper in commercial publishing himself, Hind knows of what he speaks. He sees techological change as being a lever for fundamental reform of the media – that, in turn, then being ...
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420. Political life in Britain (Winter 2010) [Lobster #60 (Winter 2010) (free)] [Free Article]
... enthusiasts for what became New Labour to have been enriched during its 13 years in government. She keeps company with the Kinnocks, Alastair Campbell and partner Fiona Millar, Lords Mandelson, Liddle, Reid and Gould, YouGov's multimillionaire Peter Kellner and his wife, EU foreign minister Kathy Ashton, and a very long list of New Labour's single-minded student politicos who turned their address books into lucrative consultancies and careers of one kind or another. In Mattinson's case, her early membership of Mandelson's 1980s Shadow Communications Agency alongside peer-to-be Philip Gould led her after 1997 into winning lots of lucrative government contracts. Her own Opinion Leader Research company became part of the Chime Communications ...
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