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... espionage branch's authorised number of people shrank by 820; all of the reduction except the 147 forced into early retirement and the 17 dismissed was effected by attrition. ' Pity that no-one atThe Times thought it worth while either ringing Turner, checking the cuttings library or his book. Notes The important story about Norwood was 'Norwood: the spy who ever was' by Phillip Knightley in the New Statesman 13 December 1999 which showed that whatever it was Norwood gave to the Soviets, it wasn't nuclear London: Sidgwick and Jackson, 1986 Beams and motes In the New Statesman of 3 April, John Pilger discussed the reply in the previous week's issue by Foreign Secretary Robin Cook to ...
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... Greatest Wartime Disaster (London: Collins, 1988). The initial showing of All the King's Men stimulated a long and intense correspondence in The Listener, the BBC literary periodical. Marshall stuck to his guns and insisted that everything the programme had said was true. An abbreviated version of the story can be found in Robert Marshall, 'Wartime Spies and the Web of Deception', The Listener, 1 May 1986. Anthony Cave Brown, C: The Secret Life of Sir Stewart Menzies, Spymaster to Winston Churchill (New York: Macmillan, 1987), p. 511. Brown covers the story on pp. 498-513, and supports Marshall throughout. Anthony Cave ...
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173. Two views of Dorril (Book review) [Lobster #39 (Summer 2000)]
... 1960 been summoned to Government House in Lagos, Nigeria, to have my death sentence pronounced by the Governor General, MI6 is brutal, cruel, merciless and totally unforgiving. Dorril's courage, or foolhardiness, depending on where you come from, is beyond question. He has earned his spurs and is superbly qualified to describe what Britain's gentlemen spies have been up to abroad since World War Two. Dirty work by dirty bastards is my view, but I may be prejudiced. This new book is of the same high standard as Dorril's other books, but I can safely say that MI6 will lose no sleep over this one. Lobster readers belong to the cognoscenti in their knowledge ...
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174. Lobster Issue 39: Contents [Lobster #39 (Summer 2000)]
... building on the Thames, we have intelligence stories everywhere. Mere collating of intelligence material seems less interesting - as does the publishing of names. Which might be a shift in Lobster's policy - if I had a policy. In practice, as before, I publish what I have that interests me. This issue? The usual mixture: spies; history with parapolitics added; New Labour's policies; state oppression; a conspiracy theory or two. The good old stuff. Or the same old same old? I can't tell. I just hope it is an interesting read Pieces without an author are by the editor Lobster is edited and published by: Robin Ramsay at 214 Westbourne ...
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175. The death of Diana: an update [Lobster #39 (Summer 2000)]
... farewell analyses' http://www.senderberl.com/farewell.html) Ibid. Mohamed Al Fayed believes that Henri Paul was'...on the MI6 files for three years. ' (Tim Reid, 'Al Fayed accuses Duke of plotting to murder Diana', The Times 23 November 1999.) 'Ex-spy claims Diana's driver an informer', Glasgow Herald 19 May 1999, p.3 . Tomlinson wrote to Mohammed Al-Fayed about his theories in July 1998. 'I subsequently learned that the letter never reached him, it was intercepted by British intelligence from after I posted it or before it arrived at his office. ' (New ...
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176. Euro-bound? Or: the same river twice [Lobster #39 (Summer 2000)]
... of 5 December 1999 Stephen Grey reported: Tony Blair is under pressure from European leaders to support the creation of a 'federalised' EU intelligence service to help manage world crises. The move, proposed by Gerhard Schröder, the German chancellor, and President Jacques Chirac of France, is seen as the first step towards the creation of Europe's own spy agency, based in Brussels. And in the Daily Telegraph of 28 February 2000, Alan Judd, the former (? ) SIS officer Alan Petty (26) warned of plans to create an EU army. All of which is indigestible to sections of the British state, virtually the whole the Conservative Party, a large chunk of ...
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... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 40) Winter 2000/1 Last | Contents | Next Issue 40 The Citizen Smith case or the spy who came in from Oporto Frederico Duarte Carvalho Why is a Portuguese journalist writing a book about an almost unknown British spy? Recently I had to answer to this same question from Igor Prelin, my favourite ex-KGB officer whom I first meet in Cannes, France, during the Television Market Fair of April 1994. After I met Igor Prelin in Cannes, I travelled to Moscow the following year and conducted a few interviews with other ex-KGB officers. We only talked about stories with ...
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178. Rebranding SIS [Lobster #40 (Winter 2000/1)]
... which SIS forms a part - is outmanoeuvred not only because it does not have the money to compete but also because, in losing control of the consultancies, it loses control of one of the levers of patronage, essential in the placing of and/or rewarding of foreign agents oninternational quangoes. Another interesting consultancy is Strategic Profile International (SPI) which has offices in Carlton Terrace Gardens. One of SPI's clients is the British-Libya Business Group. I apologise if neither SPI nor its clients have anything to do with espionage. (Joke I heard in Geneva: Q. Why are SIS Consultancies opening up in Carlton Terrace Gardens? A. Because they cannot all fit ...
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179. Feedback [Lobster #40 (Winter 2000/1)]
... clear from these files that in 1930-1 the British had no help at all from the FBI as regards nationalist and communist students and sympathisers from their colonies who were in the States. Indeed it appears that the British set up an independent intelligence operation in New York, under a cultural guise of a library, lectures etc, to spy on these people. However they did not know what Philip was up to when he was in the Mid West. Britain however was a different matter. The CP, with whom Philip at that time consorted, must have been thick with spies and they went so far as to check on the books that he was reading at the ...
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180. Web Update [Lobster #40 (Winter 2000/1)]
... htm The RIP Act came into force in October 2000. Aspects of the RIP Act may breach European privacy legislation and the European Commission is investigating four possible breaches of European law (Europe to Investigate Legality of RIP, 27/10/00, www.theregister.co.uk/content/1 /14288.html and Net Spy Act may be Illegal, Independent 5/11/00, www.independent.co.uk/news/Digital/Update/ 2000-11/spy051100.shtml) A public consultation on the draft Codes of Practice (on Interception of Communications, Covert Surveillance and the use of Covert Human Intelligence Sources) was held between ...
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