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361. Spooks and the House of Commons [Lobster #42 (Winter 2001/2)]
... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 42) Winter 2001/2 Last | Contents | Next Issue 42 Spooks and the House of Commons An interesting piece by Mark Hollingsworth appeared in Punch of 23 May-5 June 2001, 'Spooks in the House', on intelligence and security personnel who become MPs. Some of the material was familiar but less well known were Raymond Fletcher, and Le Cercle. Fletcher was a Labour MP who was witch-hunted by MI5 as a KGB asset when really an MI6 agent. New information on Le Cercle (aka the Pinay Circle: see Lobster 17 ) from Hollingsworth is the role of former ...
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362. Feedback [Lobster #42 (Winter 2001/2)]
... extra-legal criminal element that ultimately stole the election (Bush's 'mafia'). That's prescience, not psychopathology. It's part of the reason I included one of Roberts' letters on Nader in the latest issue of Steamshovel. My second observation concerns Jonathan Moyle, the 'gung ho Queen and country man' you mention in your article on security agencies, who died after making inquiries into a helicopter deal between the Iraqis and Chilean arms dealer Carlos Cardoen. You discuss this as one of several anomalous deaths among intelligence assets in the context of asking why anyone would want to work for the spooks. Naivet is the obvious answer, but you failed to mention that Moyle's death fits ...
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363. Confessions of a Crawler [Lobster #42 (Winter 2001/2)]
... but as early as the 18th, a confident Murdoch showed Wyatt around his Wapping plant, telling him that 'the police were ready in case there were pickets and they had riot shields stored in a warehouse nearby and every now and again a police helicopter came over to see that were was no trouble'. Murdoch observed: 'I feel really secure' (Vol. 1, p. 59). Murdoch and Thatcher Murdoch's position as a close friend and ally of Margaret Thatcher has been well documented (some of his own staff referred to him as 'Mr Prime Minister'), but Wyatt provides some additional touches. 'Duke' Hussey, it seems, only became chairman of ...
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364. Eye Spy! (Review) [Lobster #42 (Winter 2001/2)]
... picture of the gates of same! On pp. 20-21 an unnamed EYE SPY! reporter attends a (paid!) press conference of Sir Steven Lander, Director-General of MI5. Our fearless journalist reports that 'Sir Steven had clearly been shaken by cruel and untimely remarks made by Tom King, chairman of the Intelligence and Security Committee. ' Poor baby! How fortunate that EYE SPY! was there to sympathise. Unnamed fearless reporter continues: 'The Director-General should never have been put in this position. ' Quite so! Rah! Rah! Christchurch? Or Balliol? GCHQ doughnut good! The pages turn. More recycled stuff about so-called ...
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... abduct American citizens. And why aren't there any aliens in Zero Point? Everybody knows the Nazi technology came from a crashed alien saucer which was recovered from Thuringia in the 1930s.... Zero Point fails to provide either new information or entertainment. Instead it adds another layer of cover, telling us more about the sophistication of the security apparatus protect-ing this subject than it does about the elusive aircraft themselves. Notes 1 The Hunt for Zero Point, London: Century, 2001, 17.99 Last | Contents | Next ...
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366. Reimagining the Nation-State (Book Review) [Lobster #42 (Winter 2001/2)]
... Gramsci analysed the emergence of fascism in Italy as an imposed answer to the failure of hegemony, so Mac Laughlin implies (he never states this) that the paramilitary solutions of both communities were the result a failure in the growth of national consciousness in Ireland. Fascism was the result of a failure of an emerging nationalist middle-class to secure the hegemony of its own values. It is this mixture of success and failure that is Mac Laughlin's real subject and the combination of the two above approaches that gives the book its subtlety and breadth in analysing this. Like Italy, Ireland had an industrial north and an agricultural south. Rather like Germany, another country with a Catholic ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 13  -  01 Dec 2001  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue42/lob42-38a.htm
... both the World Bank and IMF are dominated by the United States, if they are to be defeated, or even just reformed, the US government - the US state - will have to be defeated or reformed; and as the tales of being pepper-sprayed in this volume remind us, you can't just by-pass the national security state. Before the language of globalisation, these issues were discussed in terms of multi- or trans-national capital - terms which appear very, very occasionally in this volume. I am not persuaded that we should move beyond this older vocabulary for it carries with it the idea that the problem is the power of the multi- ...
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368. The TWA Flight 800 crash: was it missiles [Lobster #42 (Winter 2001/2)]
... a terrible twist of fate, both missiles met at TWA Flight 800. Meanwhile, back in the White House, a source told Sanders, 'There was a long silence. Finally, someone said, "Oops." ' (39) Immediately there was a hurried meeting between the most senior people present. They quickly announced that National Security was being invoked. Destroying the messenger The day following the Press-Enterprise article, Sanders sent his other residue sample to CBS so they could run independent tests on it. The FBI found out and threatened to tear CBS's studios apart if it they didn't give it to them.(40) CBS immediately handed it over. Sanders ...
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369. Into the Whitehall maw [Lobster #43 (Summer 2002)]
... and whether the Tribunal's rules and procedures are compatible with human rights legislation. Introduction The Investigatory Powers Tribunal (IPT) was established by s65 of the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000 (RIPA), (3 ) and came into being when the Act came into force in October 2000. It replaces the Interception of Communications Tribunal, the Security Service Tribunal and Intelligence Services Tribunal (4 ) ; and the complaints function of the Commissioner appointed under the Police Act 1997. The Tribunal's jurisdiction is set out in RIPA s65; it is the body which hears all complaints concerning the intelligence agencies and complaints against public authorities, including the police forces, in respect of the powers covered ...
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370. The corporate ex-spook business [Lobster #43 (Summer 2002)]
... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 43) Summer 2002 Last | Contents | Next Issue 43 The corporate ex-spook business Corinne Souza In its Supplement 'Corporate Security', the Financial Times (11 April 2002) provided private security companies with a five page 'advertorial'. If they are thought of as a service industry, the puff may have done the companies some favours. If they are thought of as consultancies, however, it merely reinforced the emerging superiority of specialist boutiques, some of which have an international relations bias, and those associated with the integrated communications companies which are themselves locked into the large insurers. In addition ...
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