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211. Lobster Issue 45: Contents [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... Man from the FRU Tittle-tattle The Sewer not the Sewage?: David Mills, Berlusconi and New Labour Re: The Attack on the USS Liberty Demos The View from the Bridge Mobile phones cause cancer, and other modern horror stories Harassment by the state Harassing Robert Henderson Malcolm Kennedy: secrecy ruling The Crux of the Matter Books Baghdad's Spy: A Personal Memoir of Espionage and Intrigue from Iraq to London The Best Democracy Money Can Buy Denis Healey The Road to Jerusalem: Glubb Pasha, Palestine and the Jews Conservative Radicalism: A Sociology of Conservative Party Youth Structures and Libertarianism 1970-1992 The Last Empire: Essays 1992-2001 The Assassinations: Probe Magazine on JFK, ...
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... assistance from the West he crossed into the Soviet Union in 1926, and was never convincingly reported alive again. This book shows that he most probably walked into a Bolshevik trap there was no 'Trust' spent some time in the Lubianka under varying degrees of interrogation and was then executed. It was quite a life - though, like most spies' lives, it had little lasting influence on international events. One recog-nises similarities with the career of Ignascz Trebitsch (who appears on several occasions in this book ) and parallels if one cares to draw them with Robert Maxwell There are a couple of segments within the book that are of interest in a broader context. Spence ...
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213. Harassment by the state [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... really get on. But having come across similar stories before I said I would write something about her. She wanted to see it first, didn't like it when she did, and insisted I not print it. I complied and forgot about it. I recalled my afternoon in the Station Hotel reading the account in Corinne Souza's book Baghdad's Spy (reviewed in this issue) of the harassment her family suffered at the hands of SIS. There it was again: break-ins, pranks, things left in the house, nuisance calls - the familiar repertoire. Which is to say: we still have a secret state whose legal, intelligence and security wings are virtually unregulated ...
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214. PR, Iraq and 'the allies' [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... (a barometer of new elites, including cigar-smoking wealthy men/their mistresses, always useful background information for espionage) could also suffer. 2 With all its WTO business, Geneva is enjoying a renaissance and the spooks presumably are again running around all over the place. 3 In an otherwise disappointing script, the Anglo-French spy-spoof 'Johnnie English' is worth seeing for the gleeful swipe at the Americans and double-entendre: 'There are no chinks in our security'. Doubtless, had the script not been so bad, the story about the happily bungling spy could have played in Iraq as part of Britain's 'hearts and minds' campaign: a sort ...
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215. Malcolm Kennedy: secrecy ruling [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... completed the investigation of 71 of these during 2001 See < www.official-documents.co.uk/document/ deps/hc/ hc1243/1243.pdf >. 3 Details at www.hmso.gov.uk/si/si2000/20002665.htm 4See The Guardian 17 August 2001,'Rights Groups challenge Telecom Spies' at < www.guardian.co.uk/uk_news/story/0 ,3604,538067,00.html >. 5 See The Guardian 31 May 2000, 'Government Tapping of Phone Calls between UK and Ireland Challenged' < www.guardian.co.uk/ uk_news /story/0 ...
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216. Re: [Lobster #46 (Winter 2003)]
... ... (In fairness it should be noted that Getty money also found its way to the families of striking miners.) Patrick Wintour, 'Getty money "helped finance breakaway miners"', The Guardian, 23 September 1985. Martin Wainwright, 'Families appeal heading for 500,000', The Guardian 15 December 1984. Iris spy?There's been a degree of scoffing by certain members of the literati at A. N. Wilson's passing mention in his recent memoir that Iris Murdoch fed 'information' to the Communist Party when she worked at The Treasury in the early 1940s. The late Dame's widower, John Bayley, has backed up the claim up to some extent ...
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217. A guided democracy [Lobster #46 (Winter 2003)]
... '. Officials proposed a health campaign to persuade housewives to buy less butter. A government hospitality fund was used to entice supposedly independent-minded personalities to speak in favour of Europe. A fact sheet on sovereignty was suppressed rather than admit that Parliament would have to accept European regulations that conflicted with its own statutes. Officials were encouraged to spy on the Labour Party's plans to oppose the terms of entry and even drafted speeches for pro-European Labour frontbenchers to deliver at their party conference. The unit was told in September 1970 of its new duties in a five-page memo by Anthony Royle, a Foreign Office minister, after discussions with Geoffrey Rippon, the Europe Minister ...
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218. Advertising, Iraq and espionage [Lobster #46 (Winter 2003)]
... former Ambassador to Brazil, Sir Peter Heap.(12) Supporting him in a different newspaper, albeit not in concert, was Philip Knightley. (13) Knightley wrote: 'As an Ambassador in Ankara once said to me, "I'm here to foster good relations between Britain and Turkey and I have to share my embassy with British spies who spend their time trying to persuade Turkish citizens to be traitors. Is it any wonder I would like to see the back of them?" ' He omits to mention that these Turkish 'traitors' including 'agents' were likely to be, say, courageous Turkish and Kurdish trades unionists, teachers and journalists fighting for civil rights. ...
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219. JFK: Oswald? Which one? [Lobster #47 (Summer 2004)]
... Marine 'Oswald', went to the Soviet Union but another 'Oswald' came back in his place, a ringer being run by the Soviets, who shot the President.In Alias Oswald (Manchester, Maine; GKG partners, 1985) Robert Cutler and W. R. Morris argued that the second 'Oswald', was not a Soviet spy but a US spy. In their analysis the switch from one 'Oswald' to the other took place in 1958 while Oswald was serving in the Marine Corps in Japan. By dint of minute examination of the paper record and a lot of phone-bashing and travelling, Armstrong validates the Cutler-Morris thesis there was a switch and ...
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220. Iraq [Lobster #47 (Summer 2004)]
... to provide the government with what it wanted, namely that Iraq possessed WMD and was a danger. Intelligence was "cherry-picked", with damning intelligence against Iraq being selectively chosen, while intelligence assessments, which might have worked against the build-up to war, were sidelined. Intelligence work had become politicised under Labour, and spies were taking orders from politicians. They provided worst-case scenarios which were use by politicians to make factual claims. ' (3 ) There were no names and no hints of names in the story and no surprises in it. We have to take this on trust. But the author was Neil Mackay, who now has a ...
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