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121. The Labour Finance and Industry Group: a memoir [Lobster #51 (Summer 2006)]
... who would drag the Party away from electability, a centralist but populist approach could inspire a million members to return to a youthful, reinvigorated centre-left. The funds could then be used to increase the political strike power of the Leader's Office and to invest in the sort of advanced marketing techniques that Saatchi & Saatchi had deployed for the Tory Party. Of course, this did not happen. New Labour's membership sunk to about 200,000 members, many of them disenchanted, while the Opposition Tories are drifting towards the 300,000 mark. Apart from the so-called Short money, neither political party can currently call on the public purse for much support (unless ...
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122. Digging in the Oyston archive [Lobster #51 (Summer 2006)]
... the intelligence services file on Owen Oyston was re-examined in 1992 by the head of MI5, when it looked as if Neil Kinnock's revived Labour party might defeat the Conservatives after 13 years in opposition. But Kinnock fell at the final fence in the election that year and by 1997, when Tony Blair's New Labour wrested power from the Tories, Oyston was in jail, serving a six year sentence for the rape and indecent assault of a young woman. The secrets of the conspiracy that destroyed Oyston's business and political career now lie in a huge archive gathered during the twenty years in which he was tormented by secret enemies, the four years in which he fought multiple rape ...
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123. The view from the bridge [Lobster #51 (Summer 2006)]
... which were going around: Ted Short's phoney bank account and all the forged leaflets and letters trying to link Wilson and others to the Communist Party and the IRA. And here is the core of my complaint: it wasn't just a plot against Wilson; it was a plot against the Labour and Liberal parties and the Heath wing of the Tories. And it wasn't just MI5 doing it, either.( [1 ] ) It did contain two significant new pieces of information. The first was Wilson's attempt to steer Penrose and Courtiour towards Northern Ireland and Colin Wallace. Wilson's tale of a press officer, a cleaning lady, a Times journalist and a classified document happened to ...
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124. Out of the blue and into the black [Lobster #51 (Summer 2006)]
... as instruments of the bourgeois state in the Miners' Strike; and indeed, to quote Brogden, the primary imperative to law enforcement remained a 'class imperative'. (28) Today, the police force is still institutionally racist and corrupt but markedly less so than in the 1970s. The Police Federation in particular was deeply resentful of the Tories, in the late 1980s, for subjecting them to audit, part privatising some of their functions and introducing rival law enforcement agencies, some of which like the National Criminal Intelligence Service were linked to MI5. The coercive state While the Macpherson Inquiry into the Stephen Lawrence murder revealed that institutional racism and corruption still existed, there was significantly ...
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125. The Blairs and their Court [Lobster #50 (Winter 2005/6)]
... Labour Party rather than of the Conservative Party. This question subsequently occurred to a growing number of Labour Party members and the answer they came up with saw tens of thousands of them becoming ex-Labour Party members. More important, of course was not why Blair himself was a member of the Labour Party but how someone so obviously a Tory was able to become party leader and moreover transform Labour into a centre right party, into another, indeed, into the main British conservative party. The 'New' in New Labour really meant, as one Blairite eloquently put it, 'Not' Labour; and this is certainly how it has turned out. Under Blair, New Labour ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 15  -  01 Dec 2005  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue50/lob50-53.htm
... Intercontinental Hotel in Dublin, where the Provisional IRA was founded in 1970 (Patterson, 1989; 164). Around the same time as Paisley's remarks in 2005, Bertie Ahern himself said that rather than disband, the IRA could reconstitute itself as a 'commemorative association'. This outrageous capitulation to IRA terrorism, on the part of a 'green Tory' Prime Minister, was duly reported on the RTE, BBC Northern Ireland and Channel 4 News programmes on the same day. Most grotesque, was his claim that as the Official IRA, in the form of the Workers Party, had made the transition to legitimate politics, there was no reason to suggest that the green fascist IRA ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 7  -  01 Dec 2005  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue50/lob50-12.htm
127. Election-rigging in the UK [Lobster #49 (Summer 2005)]
... go off and be processed somewhere. A day or two later the man returned. He left with five signed proxy vote forms, each signed by a resident that the manager knew was capable of voting. The manager never saw the forms again but all five residents ended up as proxy voters. One of them gave his vote to a Tory County Councillor who lives just three doors away. The manager has now contacted the police. Granny farming Lobster readers will be aware that this grotesque trail of deception and abuse of the elderly is characteristic of the rigging technique called 'granny farming'. ( [5 ] ) The election authority in all the above cases is Bedford Borough Council ...
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... of Central and Eastern Europe, the world of the Promethean League, Intermarium and other, now obscure groupings, nourished and subsidised by MI6 in the anti-Bolshevist Great Game.( [20] ) Through these byzantine manoeuvrings the author threads accounts of the Duchess of Atholl and Elma Dangerfield (mostly the former), two very striking Tory political activists and leading figures in the SLEF. This is thus the same theme as that of the Hugh Wilford book discussed in the Wilford review below: the relationship between the intelligence services and anti-communist political activists. Dangerfield had worked for MI9 and was pretty clearly an MI6 asset, if not an officer. But was the ...
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129. The Rise of Political Lying [Lobster #49 (Summer 2005)]
... local government in the 1980s!) Nor does he mention Northern Ireland. Starting his historical sketch in 1979 he can omit the biggest post-war domestic lie, Heath's claim that the EEC was merely a free trade area, and the events of the 1973-77 period (whose effects were still felt in the 1980s) when the Tory right, briefed by a section of the British spooks, believed that the Labour Party and the unions were a Communist conspiracy and were thus 'a legitimate target'. Oborne's idea of 'political' simply does not encompass activities by the state, let alone the secret state. In one sense the new media-political relationships that have accompanied ...
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130. Re: [Lobster #49 (Summer 2005)]
... of the ricin trial in particular when he collected a Bafta award for his documentary The Power of Nightmares. His remarks were nowhere to be seen or heard when BBC1 broadcast highlights of the ceremony later that evening. (Anon., 'Row as BBC cuts Bafta speech', The Guardian 18 April 2005) [11] These include former Tory Defence Secretary and Foreign Secretary, Sir Malcolm Rifkind (non executive Chairman); ex-CIA operative, Jerry Hoffman (Chief Executive Officer); and former SAS officer, Noel Philip (Chief Operating Officer).The company also recently appointed Stephen Kappes (former Director of Operations with the CIA) as Executive Vice President Global Strategy ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 13  -  01 Jun 2005  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue49/lob49-28.htm
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