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41. Re: [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... 'If you go down to the woods today... ' in The Independent of 4 December 2002 provides a handy summary of the incident. Following pressure from the Parliamentary Ombudsman, the Ministry of Defence finally agreed to release some of its Rendlesham files last December. The text of these is available at <http://www.mod.uk/linked_files/publications/foi/ufo/ufofilepartpdf> Biological weapons In a survey of one particular type of 'weapons of mass destruction', the authors conclude that'...threat assessments of toxins as potential [biological weapons] will require a network of interdisciplinary expertise that crosses traditional boundaries and areas of ...
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42. Demos [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... dealing with the poor. He is the first person to go from political adviser to civil servant as Director of the Cabinet Office's Performance and Innovation Unit (PIU) and Forward Strategy Unit. (5 ) The PIU reviewed the UK's energy policy at a 4 July 2001 seminar: Mulgan introduces, hands over to Chair, Kevin Tebbit (MOD). Then there are presentations by Sian Davies (the Henley Centre, which has several Demos members), Bob Tyrrell (Demos) and Ged Davis (Shell, a Demos funder) and closing comments from Mulgan. Lunch everyone? (6 ) He's also a trustee of thePolitical Quarterly(with BAP's Richard Holme) and Prospect ...
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... subject to professional confidentiality and thus immune to any judicial inquiry. Beginnings Mills and Tessa Jowells connections with Labour go back to the 1960s when they were both Labour councillors. Educated at Oxford, Mills was a young civil servant at what became the Ministry of Defence and part of the 'fast-track' for promotion intake. He left the MOD after only a few years, taking the bar examination and becoming a barrister. Though not yet a qualified lawyer, during his brief career at the MOD, his work was sometimes connected with legal aspects of the intelligence services. He was a minor member of that London NW1/NW5 set(2 ) and still lives in Kentish ...
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44. Tittle-tattle [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... . Possibly even busier on the war in recent months than all three BAP veterans, though less publicly so, was another early member of the BAP, Gloria Craig. Twenty-six years in the Ministry of Defence when Robertson became New Labour Defence Secretary in 1997, she is now its director of general security and safety. Her former MoD colleague, Jonathan Day, moved with Robertson to NATO HQ in Brussels to become director of his private office. He was signed up to the BAP in 1987, the same year as Mandelson, along with Susan Richards, who now edits the Open Democracy web site, and Michael Maclay, the ex-Foreign Office man who became ...
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45. Malcolm Kennedy: secrecy ruling [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... Liberties (www.iccl.ie) and British-Irish Rights Watch (www.birw.org), who believe their phone and fax communications between Britain and Ireland, including confidential legally-privileged material are being routinely intercepted by GCHQ and processed by the security and intelligence services. Communications between Britain and Ireland were intercepted via an MOD installation at Capenhurst in Cheshire and later, it is claimed, by the Echelon system. The rights groups say that RIPA fails to provide adequate safeguards to protect individual privacy, a principle enshrined in the HRA and ECHR. (3 ) In a separate case, these three organisations are taking the government to the European Court of Human ...
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46. Into the Whitehall maw [Lobster #43 (Summer 2002)]
... The IPT's first oral hearings concern these matters. Other cases reported to have made a complaint to the IPT include Liberty, the Irish Council for Civil Liberties and British-Irish Rights Watch, (23) partly over allegations that phone calls between Britain and Ireland, including legally privileged material confidential to the complainants, were routinely intercepted by an MoD installation at Capenhurst, Cheshire, and later by the Echelon system. The rights groups say that the RIP act fails to provide adequate safeguards to protect individual privacy, a right established by the HRA and ECHR. The Labour peer, Lord Ahmed, also complained that transcripts of his phone conversations were given to ministers. Unusually, in ...
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47. Feedback [Lobster #42 (Winter 2001/2)]
... Marxism /Lying Marketing scam. I didn't get to see your earlier piece on the Economist Intelligence Unit career link, unfortunately, so what I have to say may be old news, but here goes. Reading Wensley Clarkson's book The Valkyrie Operation (1998) recently, I was struck by his remark that: 'Between 1970 and 1990 the MoD recruited dozens of personnel after they had been discovered at Britain's most highly acclaimed strategic studies centres, Oxbridge, Lancaster and Aberystwyth. ' (p .19). I don't know how much reliance can be put on the authors' reference to British universities, what the centres at 'Oxbridge' are (though St. Antony's, Oxford ...
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48. SIS: Dearlove, Spedding and PR [Lobster #42 (Winter 2001/2)]
... who got promotion were those specialising in the Middle East, USSR, China and more recently the EU - and therefore no-one chose them. That is why the FCO can produce specialists in the area. Secondly the 'stans', by which I mean principally Pakistan, used to come under MI5 (sometimes army officers seconded from the MOD) and the colonial office, which is again why SIS neglected things. Afghanistan was of interest because of India/Iran/Soviet Union and all those SIS specialists certainly had a knowledge of Afghanistan; but Afghanistan was not the centre of the focus. Under Spedding, as I understand it, the interest in Afghanistan was, belatedly ...
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49. Web Update [Lobster #42 (Winter 2001/2)]
... 049/2002049.htm This Bill, revealed 13 Nov., is expected to have received the Royal Assent in the UK by the end of 2001. It includes broad-ranging anti-terrorism measures, including the power to require comms service providers to retain comms data (eg email addresses); extended police powers, also for MOD, nuclear and transport police; allowing govt. agencies to share information and, most contentiously, powers to detain asylum seekers suspected of terrorist acts. These powers required the UK to derogate from Article 5 of the ECHR, which protects people from arbitrary detention and imprisonment. Under Article 15 ECHR, derogation from the Convention can be carried ...
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50. Spooks [Lobster #41 (Summer 2001)]
... who are currently working undercover as spies within the ranks of the IRA, carried out a series of terrorist bombings and shootings to preserve their cover as leading Provos. The British government is thwarting all efforts by the agents to come in from the cold and has abandoned the soldiers because of the offences they carried out while army agents. The MoD is refusing to pull them out of Northern Ireland and give them new identities to protect them from republican reprisals. ' Sixteen Army officers inside the IRA? Is that FRU as in frug?On 3 February John Young's Cryptome website posted an anonymous article 'Enquiry: the killing years in Ireland'. (3 ) This is a very ...
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