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141. Denis Healey (Book Review) [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... , 2002, 25, h/b . Compared to the present crop of media-trained, PR-conscious, line-following, careerist pigmies who comprise the current Labour Cabinet, Denis Healey looks like a giant from a golden age. Before his well known roles as Minister of Defence and Chancellor of the Exchequer (during the Tory-induced inflation of the late 1970s), Healey was a central figure in the Anglo-American defence establishment, an intellectual who knew enough to talk and write about NATO policy and nuclear strategic theory, not just deliver briefings. (Cf the current Defence Secretary, Geoff Hoon.....) Pearce conveys this, ...
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142. Tittle-tattle [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... on the US advisory board is now deputy to US Defence Secretary Donald Rumsfeld. Clearing the channels for Blair?An alumnus of the Johns Hopkins offspring international relations school in Bologna is Blair's former Washington ambassador. In April, Sir Christopher Meyer became chairman of the Press Complaints Commission (PCC). He succeeds Lord Wakeham, the ex-Tory Cabinet minister and Enron director who stood down from the PCC after the crooked US company's collapse. After Lancing College and Peterhouse, Cambridge, Meyer spent his year with Johns Hopkins in Italy before entering the diplomatic service in 1966. After postings to Moscow and Madrid he was appointed permanent secretary to the European Community in 1978 during Roy Jenkins ...
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143. Demos [Lobster #45 (Summer 2003)]
... group used by Micheal Heseltine to undermine CND. The Hukluytand Demos connections with the CER (which is a partner with the Atlantic Council of the AEI) are a slight indication that there are continuities with anti-Left operations dating back to Heseltine and Crozier's days. CER's office is 29 Tufton Street, Westminster, which they share with the Tory Reform Group which contains Heseltine, Kenneth Clarke, Lord Hurd, Sir Malcolm Rifkind and a host of other top Conservatives. The office is also used bythe Action Centre for Europewhich has Lords Carrington, Howe, Brittan, Kenneth Clarke, Stephen Dorrell and so on. The Conservative Group for Europe (much the same line-up) ...
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... 1938. During World War II, he supported Britain's efforts against Hitler and thus never had to face the charge of treason that haunted Mosley throughout his post-war career. (3 ) In the late 1940s, Chesterton even held a fairly prestigious job in Lord Beaverbrook's press empire. From its inception, the LEL combined 'right-wing Tory Empire loyalism and conspiratorial anti-Semitism'. (4 ) Its members regularly heckled speakers and disrupted political meetings, most famously the 1958 Tory Party conference in Blackpool that culminated in fist fights between League members and Tory stewards. (After that debacle, the Tories implemented strong measures against LEL sympathisers in its ranks.) The LEL ...
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145. Perfidious Albion: an end to deceit [Lobster #46 (Winter 2003)]
... divided. (Given the BBC's historic closeness to the state, particularly over foreign policy, its row with No. 10 over Andrew Gilligan is likewise interesting.) Those differences then found public expression from the briefings of the late Dr David Kelly to the intelligence services criticism of the Iraq dossier, from the opposition to the war of senior Tories previously supportive of almost every US initiative since the war to Robin Cook and, in turn, found an echo in a wider public. And that electorate is becoming harder to convince despite now almost because of the propaganda. This is not only because other information sources are now more widely and immediately available, but because the British electorate ...
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146. Demos - fashionable ideas and the rule of the few [Lobster #46 (Winter 2003)]
... , the revisionist Left had influence but no power, squeezed between the thoroughly right wing AEEU political machine (which was soon to be placed at the disposal of Tony Blair) and a group of trades union leaders who remained thoroughly workerist in their dealings with the modernising Party. On the other side of the political divide I remember visiting the Tory-inclined Scottish and Newcastle Brewery and being satisfied that we had found ourselves a neat boundary on the Right (in other words, that social Tories were prepared to invest in modernising Marxists). But I stood back from an out-right selling job, merely helping to change and adapt the rhetoric to make sure that no rich ...
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147. Historical Notes [Lobster #46 (Winter 2003)]
... for the Blair administration to demonstrate this Anglo-American solidarity, revealing a conviction that it was central to the defence of Britain's national interest. More than this, Blair's stance was a sign that Atlanticism in the UK was now bipartisan. After 1979 the two major political parties had gone separate ways on the special relationship: under Thatcher the Tories had drawn closer to the USA than they had been under Heath; while Labour under Foot and Kinnock had adopted a stance critical of the USA and its role in the world (though the process of rapprochement started under Kinnock after the 1987 election defeat). In the Iraq crises of 1998 and 2003 there was no difference between Labour ...
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148. A Very British Jihad (Book Review) [Lobster #47 (Summer 2004)]
... which he has written from other published sources, without the kind of detailed research he conducted in Northern Ireland, is the weakest bit of the book. Based in part in the analysis in Lobster 11 and Smear!, Larkin correctly identifies the anti-communist, anti-subversion alliance formed by elements within Whitehall and a section of the Tory Party but oversimplifies it and makes many errors of detail. For example, on p.182 he writes of the 'right wing of the British establishment (Airey Neave, Ross McWhirter, Ian Gow and Colonel Peter Brush in particular) were pushing for all out war against the IRA rather than this "appeasement". ' Did Peter ...
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149. Tittle-tattle [Lobster #47 (Summer 2004)]
... was the headline on the BAP newsletter recording the result of the Blair campaign which Hobsbawn had helped fund and organise. Send in the clowns Things are now so bad for Blair that even newspaper columnists are beginning to notice the strange coincidences when a spot of bother threatens. Amanda Platell, ubiquitous supplier of thoughts to the media having lost her Tory Party spin doctor job a few years ago, offered this observation in The New Statesman in May. 'I was vilified on BBC1's Question Time by Estelle Morris for suggesting the government used decoys to divert attention from its problems. It was the week of Tony Blair's U-turn on the EU referendum and, coincidentally on that day, ...
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150. Re: [Lobster #47 (Summer 2004)]
... p.288. 5 'C' 'This is Radio Enoch'... Part One. See note 2. 6 Hind and Mosco, see note 1, pp. 52, 50 7 He also admitted to being over 45 years old and an engineering designer by profession. The vast majority of Radio Enoch's supporters were said to be Tories, with 'one or two' Liberals. Robin Lustig and Lenny Michaels, 'Radio Enoch hits at "aliens" ', The Observer 18 March 1979. 8 One Radio Enoch broadcast seemed to be lifted verbatim from a leaflet of the Christian League for Southern Africa. Searchlight no. 47, May 1979, p.15 9 Launched ...
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