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381. Web update [Lobster #44 (Winter 2002)]
... .uk (Issue 44) Winter 2002 Last | Contents | Next Issue 44 Web update Jane Affleck Many thanks to Terry Hanstock for contributions. Comments and contributions to [email protected] Shayler case and human rights David Shayler went on trial at the Old Bailey in October/ November 2002 for disclosing information and documents relating to security and intelligence, under s1(1 ) and 4(1 ) of the Official Secrets Act 1989. During the trial he was not able to utilise a public interest defence (previously ruled out by House of Lords, see below); in addition, PII certificates signed by the Home and Foreign secretaries prevented any disclosures relating to ...
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382. The View [Lobster #44 (Winter 2002)]
... 'recovery plan' involved closing chunks of Leyland and making redundant about 20,000 people. The shop stewards' plan described by Edwardes was a basic defensive strategy to try and frustrate the closures. No reference is made to bringing company or country down. In the intervening twenty years Edwardes' memory has gilded the lily. Spook think The Security Service mind is a wonderful thing. To it a potential risk is the same as an actual risk. Thus we discover that Lord Bethell, a Conservative Whip in the Heath government, was fired because he was..... not a risk per se but a risk of becoming a risk, as it were. Lord ...
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383. A note on Arthur Andersen and Co. [Lobster #44 (Winter 2002)]
... matters. These included labour relations, availability of raw materials, plants, products, markets and the effectiveness of the organisation and its future prospects. They had also begun to work closely with the investment banks. After the Wall Street Crash of 1929, the firm helped to clean up the US financial markets, working with the newly established Securities Exchange Commission. They supported the new standards in accountancy whereby an accountancy firm was held responsible for the 'fairness' in the way a company's books had been presented. Up till that time it was the firm which was held responsible for its own honesty. It is worth noting that after the Enron debacle Andersen tried to reverse this. ...
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... ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 44) Winter 2002 Last | Contents | Next Issue 44 Spinning the European Union: pro-European propaganda campaigns in the British media Andy Mullen See note (1 ) This article explores the three pro-European Union propaganda campaigns mounted to date: in 1962-63 to secure public support following Britain's first application to join the EU; in 1970-71 to prepare the public for accession; and in 1974-75 to ensure continued EU membership in the 1975 Referendum. For simplicity, the term European Union (EU), rather than Common Market, European Economic Community (EEC), or European Community ...
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385. Spook PR [Lobster #44 (Winter 2002)]
... 2002: 'Chief Executives and diplomats will be keeping half an eye on events in Jersey this week. They are bracing themselves for explosive revelations about unexplained payments of more than 100 million made by major arms companies allegedly including British Aerospace to a senior member of Qatar's Royal family. Long awaited details about the payments, suspected of being sweeteners to secure big defence contracts from the oil-rich Gulf state, are set to emerge in court proceedings in St Helier, Jersey's capital. ' 10 'Foreign Office officials are examining ways of using public and private funding to turn the BBC's struggling international TV news channel, BBC World, into a global player. . . its existence would promote ...
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386. The Making of New Labour's European Policy [Lobster #44 (Winter 2002)]
... driving-force of party thinking, contributing substant-ially, though not always overtly, to the new sense of unity and purpose throughout the Labour Movement' (p . 91);'...the European issue became a central, though not always explicit, element of party strategy geared to seeking a clear primary objective: securing political office. ' (p . 194) It's there at the centre but it just isn't visible. He tells us: 'What has emerged......is a policy approach driven by more than electoralism. The evidence points to an accompanying sense of conviction based on the realisation of the value and inevitability of increasing ...
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387. Five Days in London - May 1940 (Book Review) [Lobster #44 (Winter 2002)]
... BEF routed in Belgium and the French government starting to sue for peace, the cabinet appeasers made concerted efforts to begin talks with Hitler via the Italian ambassador in London. Leading the rush, and spouting many weasel words, were Lord Halifax and R. A. Butler, both favourite politicians of King George VI. Concerned about 'peace and security in Europe', they argued that British interests really lay with the Empire and overseas trade rather than Europe. Churchill only narrowly headed this off but once he had done so the Halifax/Butler point of view largely disappeared from UK politics to re-emerge, it could be argued, in various anti-EEC campaigns from the ...
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388. Lobster Issue 44: Contents [Lobster #44 (Winter 2002)]
... , Chris Tame, Terry Hanstock and Phil Edwards for information, cuttings or sources. Somebody commented recently that Lobster had changed from its early days. Yes it has. This is inevitable. The world changes, priorities change and the people writing for Lobster change. When Lobster began in 1983 its chief focus was information on the intelligence and security services. There was almost no information on them in those days and every scrap seemed important. These days such information is available in abundance and I see little point in simple collation. Plus the spooks don't seem as important as they did. If someone offered me a new list of the British secret state, an update of the ...
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389. Faking it [Lobster #44 (Winter 2002)]
... ', in The Guardian 29 October 2002, Heather Stewart reported academic research showing that the UK's apparently low unemployment rate is achieved by having 2 million people on the long-term sick list. Welfare fraud figures 'Labour ministers have persistently exaggerated welfare fraud by a minority of claimants in an attempt to distract attention from difficult questions about improving economic security for the majority', so began 'Benefit fraud "is exaggerated" ' in The Guardian 28 August 2002. Labour Party Website In 'Professors accuse Labour of creating a "social statistical utopia" ' in The Guardian 8 October David Walker reported that study by a group of academics has found that The Labour Party has 'systematically manipulated' data ...
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390. Sources [Lobster #44 (Winter 2002)]
... evil. Concrete evil concerns outbreaks of malevolence in history and their connection with ruling social groups; deep politics extends this by investigating hidden forces lying beneath the surface of conventional political pro-cesses. The deep politics of September 11 and intervention in Afghanistan points to covert U.S . reliance on warlords, holy wariors and drug traffickers to secure American interests, including Caspian Sea oil resources and the limitation of Russian influence over its former republics and satellites. ' The table of contents and information on obtaining this is at < http://ourworld.compuserve. com/homepages/ PZarembka/volume20.htm > Gary Webb, the American journalist whose series on the CIA ...
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