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... the voting affiliations of the masses remained determined by this 'us and them' syndrome, and they opted for one of two monolithic parties, a certain rough justice prevailed.2 However, since 1970 (Edward Heath 46% of the votes cast) neither Labour nor Conservatives have polled above 45% of the votes cast in a general election. Thatcher didn't get above 44%, Blair peaked at 43% and 1 This adversarial mindset even extends to the architecture of the House of Commons: two narrow rows of benches facing each other. 2 The electorate tripled in 1918 because as well as women (only over 28, at this stage) all men became eligible to vote. ...
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... IMDB entry is at <http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0294522/>. second (or fifth, or not at all1 5), and have been conditioned to listen to polls and focus groups for their professed views, I find myself unable to suppress the thought: I wonder what they are really thinking? Take Margaret Thatcher: what did she really think she was doing when she fronted the creation of the grossly unequal society we now have? Frank Field MP gave us a striking insight into her thinking recently. Just after she retired she was asked,'"What was your greatest disappointment in government?" Back shot Mrs T: "I cut ...
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... : 'In grad school (1965-70) Friedman was seen as a lunatic. Friedman is Milton Friedman, the public face of monetarism in the 1970s, who became prominent in the UK after 1976, the year he won the Nobel Prize for Economics. His belief in the centrality of controlling the economy's money supply was adopted by the Tory right around Thatcher, who had rejected Keynesian notions of the state managing the economy. Previous to this, in 1972 when they were faced with rising unemployment, Edward Heath's government had pulled all the levers at the state's disposal to increase demand in the economy. Unfortunately the British bankers had already persuaded the government to change the rules governing bank lending21 and ...
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... Morton, who used his extensive counter-insurgency experience from India, Malaya and Northern Ireland to help restructure the intelligence agencies of President Junius Jayewardene. Surveillance of Tamil separatists was carried out not only in Sri Lanka but also on those who were living in exile in the United Kingdom. Regarding the Tamil Coordinating Committee operating from London at the time, Thatcher was to tell the Foreign Minister of Sri Lanka, 'We keep a close eye on [them] and shall continue to do so. 3 0 The Sri Lankan government pressed further and an arrangement was made for two senior Sri Lankan police 27 See <http://hansard.millbanksystems.com/written_answers/1989/ apr/04/keenie-meenie-services> ...
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... , Heath actually insisted to MI5 that some of the more dangerous militants had to be 'done'. These revelations are dynamite and need to be urgently investigated by the Commons Intelligence Select Committee. Only kidding of course. The Commons Intelligence Select Committee is really just a parliamentary spittoon into which the intelligence agencies occasionally feel obliged to gob. Under Thatcher there was the dramatic rise of private intelligence agencies run by various of her admirers, Brian Crozier and the like, that operated alongside MI5. CND was apparently a particular target of these 'privateers'. But what of the war her government waged against the miners? This is not explored at all in The Black Door and yet it ...
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... economics as the authors were almost everything that has happened in the so-called free market revolution since the mid 1970s has just been nonsense, with about as much connection to reality as the revolutionary left's ideas. But along with the delusions of the true believers, the ideologists, there has been politics, as usual. Those around Mrs Thatcher and Keith Joseph in the mid 1970s adopted so- called monetarism2 (a) because it gave them a stick with which to beat the (Keynesian) Heathites who had screwed-up the economy between 1970 and 1974 and (b) it provided the alibi for the recession they believed was necessary to reduce inflation but could not openly advocate. ...
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... names (such as Anthony Wedgwood Benn, of course) in what Atkinson refers to as 'courtroom psychology'. Two surprising things, however, leaped out at me after I acquired Atkinson's obscure booklet from eBay. The first is the following assertion (p. 14): 'Because Fleet Street expressed pre-Falklands doubts 3 7 as to whether Margaret Thatcher could deliver a second Tory Government, the possibility of a new pro-European Democratic Alliance was explored immediately following Labour's defeat in 1979 indeed talks did in fact take place whilst Callaghan was still Prime Minister. Is this new? We know that the SDP began with the formation of the Social Democratic Alliance in 1975. And we know that there ...
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... and women of such moral stature should lie, cheat and fabricate evidence.... 1 <http://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-3560552/PETER- OBORNE-Corruption-27-years-lies-Hi llsborough-destroyed-faith- police.html> The police were a vital arm of the British state in the Eighties as bloody battles were fought against criminals, football hooligans and trade unionists. Mrs Thatcher needed the police to take on the miners. She was, and is, an icon to Tories like myself. It pains me to write this, but we should ask ourselves whether she awarded the police a measure of impunity in return. It is disturbing, too, to learn that investigators are now examining whether behind-the-scenes influence by ...
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... doesn't really explain what exactly he means by this, but I would bet that Blair's understanding of his immediate Labour predecessors in No. 10 was shaped by the myth that their economic record was a shambles; that everything should be seen through the prism of the 'Winter of Discontent'; and that their mismanagement inevitably led to the dawn of Thatcherism and the triumph of individualism over collectivism. I don't propose here to pore over why I think Labour's 1970s economic record was nowhere near as bad as the NuLab crowd seem to accept. What is evident to me and this whole process was repeated during the last election is that the Labour leadership is scared shitless of defending its ...
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... The service bureau also converted the files from Amstrad PCW format to MS Word 4.0 Example of Amstrad PCW Formated file: <nr43><ps10,10><c >Notes#+/ <nr41><ps6.5,7.5><l> 1.<en> The "New Right' and those around Keith Joseph and Thatcher worked hard to portray the Lobster issues 26 onwards were produced in Macintosh Claris Works, and required converting to PC-formated files: Macintosh 3 -inch diskettes are read on a PC using a utily called TransMac from Acute Systems (www.asy.com) Claris Works files on a Mac can be exported into PC-friendly file formats such as MS Word Versions of Claris ...
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