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... entirely based in London. But it also, I suspect, because in the story of North Sea Oil nobody in the UK comes out with much credit. A huge natural asset - maybe this country's last chance - has been pissed up against the wall. I got a copy of this book because I was interested in the relationship between Thatcherism and NSO. (See Lobster 27 ) Of that there is relatively little, but Harvie writes really well, and this is a terrific piece of work. Now, if Mr Harvie would care to amplify his hints about the parapolitics of all this then we might really be getting somewhere..... Last | Contents | ...
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92. The 1986 National Front Split, Part 1 [Lobster #29 (Jun 1995)]
... technically as Chairman of the 'Administrative Department'), entitled 'Stabbed in the Back'. Speaking of difficulties in distributing propaganda and so on, Griffin commented: 'Over the last two weeks it has become clear that these difficulties are not isolated hiccups, but part of a carefully co-ordinated campaign of disruption designed to neutralise the NF while Thatcher and co. deal with Ulster and the police try to keep the lid on the simmering pot of racial tension in the inner cities. '( 19) He accused opponents of wanting to create a 'Kosher NF.... weaken[ing] our opposition to the bandit state of Israel', and to turn the 'NF ...
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93. The Myth of the SAS [Lobster #30 (Dec 1995)]
... of 'the soldier hero', one of the myths of nationhood that provide 'a cultural focus around which the national community could cohere'. This celebration of the 'soldier hero' as the 'quintessential figure of masculinity' has a considerable pedigree, but it does seem as if the SAS have successfully established themselves as the 'soldier heroes' of the Thatcher years and beyond.(1 ) What I shall attempt here is an examination of this myth of the SAS as it is elaborated in Peter de la Billiere's autobiography and his personal account of the Gulf War.(2 ) Born Rebel De la Billiere was born in April 1934, the son of a Surgeon Lieutenant Commodore in the ...
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94. The Crozier operations [Lobster Special Issue: The Clandestine Caucus (199]
... anti-subversive and pro-capital propaganda groups such as Aims of Industry, and, almost immediately became the major focus of the British Right. It absorbed the remnants of the 1974/5 civilian militias, and began series of psy-war projects against the left and the unions which prefigured much of what was to come in the Thatcher government.(130) Shield and the Pinay Circle At the same, Crozier's voice was being heard in Shield, a committee of former intelligence officers and bankers, who, in the absence of IRD, prepared briefings on the alleged communist threat for the then leader of the Tory Party, Mrs Thatcher.(131) Crozier was ...
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95. Scott et al (Book reviews) [Lobster #31 (Jun 1996)]
... missing from the book. Norton-Taylor and Lloyd, two of a tiny handful of journalists to sit through the entire Scott hearings, tells us it was about business, selling kit to the Arabs. What they have omitted - perhaps because it is so obvious - is the fact that the pressure was coming as a result of the Thatcher administration's assault on the British manufacturing sector, in the 1980-83 period in particular. This was rationalised at the time by the likes of then Chancellor of the Exchequer Lawson with the line that, reduced as a consequence of North Sea oil revenues (which, he claimed, had pushed up the exchange rate; see Lobster 27 ...
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96. Books and articles cited [Lobster Special Issue: The Clandestine Caucus (199]
... U.S . Government Printing Office, Foreign Relations of the United States, Washington DC, 1977 Hamilton, Willie, Blood on the Walls, Bloomsbury, London, 1992 Harrod, Jeffrey, Trade Union Foreign Policy, Macmillan, London, 1972 Haseler, Stephen, The Gaitskellites, Macmillan, London, 1969 The Battle for Britain: Thatcher and the New Liberals, I.B . Tauris, London, 1989 Hastings, Stephen, The Drums of Memory, Leo Cooper, London, 1994. Hatch, Alden, Clare Booth Luce, Heinneman, London, 1956 Healey, Denis, The Time of My Life, Michael Joseph, London, 1989 Heilbrunn, Otto, ...
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97. Post-war: private sector propaganda begins to regroup [Lobster Special Issue: The Clandestine Caucus (199]
... personnel is from Kisch p. 28. See Crofts, chapter 14 for these examples. See ibid. pp. 99-109, especially p. 106 where the League's funding by the Road Haulage Association, then distantly threatened with nationalisation, is discussed. Best account is Hinton's. Dorothy Crisp is the historical figure who most resembles Margaret Thatcher. H.H . Wilson p. 228 Crofts p. 216. For more details of alleged activities, see also the pamphlet The FBI, (Federation of British Industry) Labour Research Department, 1949. H.H . Wilson pp. 229 and 238. Kisch p. 37 claims that by the late 1950s Aims 'controlled ...
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98. The subversion hunters and the social democrats in the 1970s [Lobster Special Issue: The Clandestine Caucus (199]
... machinating against the Labour government with his Unison Committee for Action.(115) Maurice Macmillan had been a director of one of the IRD front companies and had also been involved in the attempt in the mid 1974 to launch a government of national unity to prevent the reelection of Harold Wilson. Prentice proposed that Jenkins form a coalition with Margaret Thatcher as leader but, on Prentice's account, haunted by memories of 1931 and the fate of Ramsay MacDonald, not surprisingly, once again Jenkins declined.(116) When Harold Wilson resigned in 1976, Jenkins stood for leader of the Labour Party, lost, and went off to Brussels as President of the EEC. Jenkins bailed out ...
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99. Was there a 'communist threat'? [Lobster Special Issue: The Clandestine Caucus (199]
... either from, or in opposition to, the CPGB, it is impossible to even speculate convincingly how the the British Left - or British Politics - would have developed if the Moscow gold had been exposed in the late fifties. But it certainly is possible that the anti-union hysteria of the late 1970s, leading to the catastrophe of Thatcherism - and the subsequent collapse of the Labour Party - could have been avoided. Notes In 1964, for example, Common Cause issued a pamphlet naming 180 people in Britain with 'Communist connections', including Bertrand Russell, Lord Boyd Orr and the painter Ruskin Spear! See the Sunday Times, 31 May 1964. 'Big Jim' Matthews ...
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... European ally - its 'floating aircraft carrier' in Duncan Campbell's phrase - was getting restive for the first time since the days of Gaitskell and, along with the vitality of political radicalism in the women's movement as evidenced at Greenham Common, much more dangerously so. The Iran Contra documents make clear that the first Reagan administration was seriously afraid that Thatcher, and even Kohl, might not be re-elected. This was a prospect not to be contemplated if their successful opponents were not to conform to traditional NATO expectations. This is the view of the SDP's significance so baldly stated by Walden and so clearly ignored by Crewe and King. In a footnote to the 1987 SDP merger ...
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