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... Evening Standard, including an October 1953 article sympathetic to William Joyce. This fascist anti-Semite even ghost-wrote Beaverbrook's autobiography, Don't Trust to Luck. (1954) He went on the launch his own magazine, Candour, and to establish the League of Empire Loyalists. Macklin rejects the view that this organisation was some sort of Tory "ginger group" ' and notes that as decolonisation got underway and Britain moved to join the European Common Market his relationship with the Conservative Party became increasingly adversarial. Chesterton called for those advocating membership of the Common Market to be hanged just like William Joyce was hanged'. (p . 203) Nevertheless, as Macklin acknowledges, ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 11  -  29 Dec 2021  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/free/lobster83/lob83-failed-fuhrers.pdf
... . While the Labour leader may want to flush his efforts to block Brexit down the memory hole along with his predecessor Jeremy Corbyn, he has far to go in building trust and hope in many parts of England. To measure the scale of that task, the Whitehall editor of the Financial Times spent time in ten of the constituencies the Tories won from Labour in 2019. Apart from three years as an undergraduate at Leeds University, Sir Keir Starmer has spent his entire life in the Home Counties and is a London- based MP. Sebastian Payne, by contrast, is a Northerner by birth and education, and set off from his birthplace on the bank of the Tyne ...
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... -the-council-on- foreign-relations-centennial-the-future-of-the-new-world-order-part-2 /> 52 <https://tinyurl.com/ecfu2amn> or <https://beta.opendemocracy.net/en/dark-money- investigations/tories-rake-in-11m-from-hedge-funds-and-finance-tycoons/> 16 thought it worth a mention.53 The author of the report, Dr. Seth Thévoz, refers to the desire of the London-based hedge funds – and other parts of the financial sector – to see Britain become ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 11  -  28 Nov 2021  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/free/lobster82/lob82-view-from-the-bridge.pdf
... taking place in the years of Jeremy Corbyn's leadership – well described by Lee Garratt – aren't worth our scrutiny: where the mainstream is silent is where our attention is often most needed. In the interests of transparency let me make it clear that I know Chris Williamson. That came about as a result of seeking to work voluntarily in a Tory marginal constituency in the 2017 general election. I left messages with Labour organisers in the nearest North London one to my safe Labour one, but it was several days before I received a reply. When it came it was a surprising one as I was told that I should travel to join members of his constituency party who were not ...
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... without naming him – later in his book, The Frolik Defection (1975). This material is well-known but it has not been reworked for a while that I recall and Ms Stonehouse does a competent job with it. Particularly, she shows the way the whispers from Frolik via the CIA were used by a section of the Tory right and some British spooks in the great psy-ops against the Labour governments of the 1970s. En route she attacks Professor Christopher Andrew for rehashing Stonehouse-as-Czech- agent in his The Defence of the Realm, showing that he did a poor job handling the file: like Hayes he took it all at face value ...
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... plausible, unstuffy manner and a promise of managerial competence. ' Close to the start of the book, a rather less plausible young man, Conservative leader William Hague, was scythed down in the 2001 election, four months before the September 11 attacks on New York and Washington. All Hague's efforts had come pretty much to nothing – the Tories made a net gain of just one seat, and Labour's majority was, as it had been in 1997, larger than the entire Parliamentary Conservative Party. In the run-up to the poll, some Conservatives had feared the result could be even worse. In the event, it wasn't that bad but it was still awful, ...
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... In the Thick of It: The private diaries of a minister Alan Duncan London: William Collins, 2021, £25, h/b John Booth If Sir Keir Starmer ever chooses to confront Boris Johnson at Prime Minister's Questions he could do worse than draw upon these diary entries of the Tory leader's former deputy at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO). Sir Alan Duncan's near-daily record has presented the forensic' Leader of the Opposition with an arsenal of ammunition that Rumpole of the Bailey could only dream of after his third bottle at Pomeroys. Here's the Labour leader's starter for 10. Has the Prime Minister, known for his voracious appetite for new experiences ...
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... very much a secondary thing. She didn't really have a deep interest in how the economy worked. ' Extracts from Alan Duncan's diary were published in the Daily Mail.11 Duncan will be reviewed in these columns by someone else but let me note two things about it. First, on page one he complains about the influence in the Tory Party 9 See Oscar Williams,'"They will be back": why attacks like the Colonial Pipeline hack keep happening' at <https://tinyurl.com/543e9sdj> or <https://www.newstatesman.com/business/ sectors/2021/05/they-will-be-back ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 12  -  04 Jun 2021  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/free/lobster81/lob81-view-from-the-bridge.pdf
... was Leonid Blavatnik, a multi- billionaire with close ties to Putin. Since 2015, Blavatnik has donated $7 million to campaign funds controlled by Mitch McConnell'. (pp. 152-155). Blavatnik, one of the richest men in the world, has both US and British citizenship and in 2017 was knighted by the Tories for services to philanthropy. He gave £75 million to Oxford University, to set up the Blavatnik School of Government and Tate Modern has a Blavatnik wing. His political donations in the US include both Democrats and Republicans, indeed both pro- and anti-Trump Republicans. He was one of the largest donors to the Republican Party ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 11  -  25 May 2021  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/free/lobster81/lob81-everybody-knows.pdf
... ). What became very clear to me as I researched this subject was that support for a deal between Britain and Germany was strong within some of the most powerful sections of the British State and society. Seeking to identify who was behind all this, Matthews very rightly points to a complex of senior armed forces personnel, intelligence officers, Tory MPs and Peers, as well as leading landowners and members of the Royal Household. But the peace party was not limited to these groups. It also included (or in many cases overlapped with) significant fractions of the City of London and large-scale industry. Within the first of these could be found senior figures such as ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 17  -  25 Apr 2021  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/free/lobster81/lob81-scott-on-simon.pdf
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