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... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 41) Summer 2001 Last | Contents | Next Issue 41 Getting it right: the security agencies in modern society See note (1 ) Robin Ramsay The topic was suggested to me by Kevin O'Brien [of ICSA]. It wasn't clear to me if it was simply that I was being played out a very long piece of rope with which to hang myself. At any rate, given such a wide title - and a title to which I cannot possibly actually do justice - and given my complete lack of knowledge about the audience to whom I was delivering the talk, I decided to chuck ...
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372. The Malcolm Kennedy Case - Update [Lobster #41 (Summer 2001)]
... in a filing system, an organisation (or 'data controller') is keeping on them. (The right of subject access to information held in paper files is available on 24 Ocotber 2001.) During the last year Kennedy has been using the Act, which came into force in March 2000, to make subject access requests to the Security Service, GCHQ and the Metropolitan Police, all of which Kennedy believes to hold information on him. GCHQ In response to his subject access request to GCHQ, made on July 10 2000, Kennedy received a reply dated July 21 2000, which stated: 'Under the Data Protection Act 1998, GCHQ has notified the Data Protection Commissioner that ...
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373. Spooks [Lobster #41 (Summer 2001)]
... the newspaper owner Robert Maxwell in 1991. Both murders are related to the failed KGB coup in Moscow in August 1991, with which I was fairly directly connected. A large file exists which gives the evidence for all this in considerable detail. There is now a copy of it in the House of Commons Library in London, although the Security Services had arranged its concealment for some months. Other copies disappeared from my mother's home in Scotland during the spring. At present, the Home Office and the Foreign Office are tossing the ball between them. 'This is one of the biggest intelligence stories in years, and is supported by a lot of evidence, which is why the ...
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... The decision left them wholly without legal redress; and this in spite of the fact that Britain was a guarantor of the island's independence. Can the United States really have believed that Nadir would co-operate with an arrangement which would result in the financial undermining of his business empire? Or was there behind the suggestion a double attempt to secure the real, but unacknowledged, Anglo-American interests in Cyprus, the preservation of their intelligence bases? Nadir's political position on the Cyprus question was more or less identical to Denktas's; but having both the dominant political and economic power in the North vested in one person, and one moreover who was a British resident and passport holder ...
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... Issue 41 Historical Notes Scott Newton De Courcy, Pilcher and Hess Recently released material in the Public Record Office throws more light on the career of Kenneth de Courcy, and perhaps indirectly, on the Hess affair. The file in question, an MI5 document, PROKV4/58, shows that de Courcy first came to the attention of the Security Service in 1934 (without explaining why) and was under intermittent observation up to the outbreak of war with Germany. Thereafter he was 'kept under close observation', particularly in view of his association with 'appeasers, Russophobes and Petainists'. He was also suspect because of his persistent efforts through the cultivation of British contacts to gather secret ...
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376. The View from the Bridge [Lobster #41 (Summer 2001)]
... to any action by prosecuting authorities. Related to which.....an ad appeared in the Sunday Times of 3 December 2000 for people to serve on the Proscribed Organisations Appeal Commission. Among the criteria suggested for applicants was that they should have experience in'......the armed forces, police or national security services'- a phrase whose time is a-coming, I think; a little hint of the amalgamation of the security and intelligence services now being talked of. (See Corinne Souza's piece in Lobster 40 .) Things reptilian Despite my best efforts to avoid David Icke's nonsensical ravings a dollop duly arrived by e-mail. ...
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377. Who Murdered Yitzhak Rabin? (Book review) [Lobster #41 (Summer 2001)]
... Sirhan attack on Robert Kennedy. Yes, Rabin's 'assassin' was firing at him at close range; but he didn't fire the fatal shots. Chamish shows that the 'assassination' was meant to be a phony. That is, the assassin thought he was killing Rabin but his gun was actually loaded with blanks. When he began firing Rabin's security people began shouting, 'they're blanks'. This was a stunt mounted by a section of the Israeli security forces which had created and was running, an extreme, anti-Arab, anti-peace process 'pseudo gang' which had staged a number of well-publicised anti-Rabin demos in the run-up to the shooting ...
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... run on traditional sexist lines, with a Women's Section headed by Mosley's doting mother, Lady Mosley, directing women members into 'traditional female tasks from canvassing and spreading the word to being made responsible for keeping branch premises in orderly condition'. The limits to Mosley's support for equality were shown when the former suffragette, Mary Richardson, tried to secure equal pay for women officials in the movement, and was promptly expelled. Women's political activity was encouraged, but subordinate to and under the direction of a resolutely male leadership. Men and women had their separate spheres, but these were ostensibly regarded as of equal worth, of equal importance. In fact, it is clear that women ...
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379. The Big Breach (Book Review) [Lobster #41 (Summer 2001)]
... have only small or nonexistent external intelligence gathering operations. Japan or Germany, for example. Could the money Britain spends on MI6 not be spent better elsewhere, on health care or education? ' A flicker of a smile crossed McColl's lips. "Ah, young man, you overlook the fact that we are still on the United Nations security council, unlike Germany and Japan. Britain has international responsibilities much greater than its economic wealth might suggest." ' Ah yes, responsibilities, the white man's burden, the Great Game and all that. Which century are we in? Even more striking is the section of p.169 describing how'....under ...
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380. Trimble (Book reviews) [Lobster #41 (Summer 2001)]
... Unionist establishment. Nevertheless it is clear that at this time Trimble was once again contemplating civil war, the repartition of the North and a 'Beirut style' situation. What led to his transformation into peacemaker? The key, one suspects, is the realisation by the end of the 1980s that the Provisional IRA had been effectively contained by the security forces and were coming under increa-ingly effective pressure from the loyalist paramilitaries. These two factors led to the Provisionals' readiness to abandon the armed struggle on the right terms, and seem to have convinced Trimble that a new game was underway. One should not underestimate the radical nature of his transformation. When James Molyneux stood down ...
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