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171. Nothern Ireland redux [Lobster #38 (Winter 1999)]
... Titled 'The secret conspiracy to destroy peace in Ireland', this was Ken revisiting the days in 1987 when he made his maiden speech in the Commons based on the allegations of Colin Wallace and Fred Holroyd about dirty tricks in Northern Ireland and the mainland UK. Unfortunately Ken's memory of the period is a little hazy. The outrage on the Tory benches at Livingstone's maiden speech was focused on his references to the role of the late Airey Neave in the so-called Wilson plots of mid-1970s, as told to Ken by Colin Wallace. Wallace had been contacted by Neave in 1976 after Wallace had been bounced out of Northern Ireland and his job as the British Army's psy ...
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... 1916 he entered the House of Commons via a bye-election at Hertford, in March that year. He took his seat as an 'Independent' and was released from his war duties in the Royal Naval Air Service. He soon struck up a working relationship with Henry Page Croft, a tariff reform/anti-Indian self-government Tory MP. Soon afterwards Page Croft was appointed Deputy Lieutenant of Hertford (was this a coincidence?), split from Lloyd George's coalition and launched the National Party. Their HQ was at 22 King Street SW1, next door but one to the home of Horatio Bottomley - a classic fellow traveller of the right and another populist demagogue. ...
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173. Systemic Corruption, Systemic Solutions [Lobster #38 (Winter 1999)]
... buy assent or grant secretive veto authority over laws or proposals to special interests. (Did a Treasury official give Salomon Brothers' lobbyist advance word on spending to insure the big bond trader would not react negatively to the higher spending news? To avoid the headline, 'Brown's Budget Busts Bond Market'?) This Government's sin is not the Tories' 'Cash for Questions', money-grubbing ministers pocketing boodle in return for special requests. Rather, this Government's system of secretive, selective information leakage is far more corrosive to the body politic, by making government policy systemically undemocratic and open to influence away from public scrutiny. As lobbyist Neil Lawson told me, those 'not in ...
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... : if the Right Club really were nothing more than a bunch of cranks why are the Ramsay files still blocked at both the PRO and the US Dept of State?(13) Griffiths, despite his conclusions, produces evidence to point to a considerable effort to get out of a war with Germany by many MPs, and not just Tory ones, even after September 1939. He also shows that several key military reversals (Norway 1940 and Malaya 1941) may have been due to treachery.(14) Nor were the Right Club gang entirely political losers even if after 1945 Ramsay crept away from public life, spending his time and money on funding Britons Publishing with Arnold ...
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175. New Labour Notes [Lobster #37 (Summer 1999)]
... (9 ) It was 1982. Butler was then a 27 year-old Research Fellow at the Royal Institute for International Affairs (as well as an economist with British Petroleum) and Treasurer of the Fabian Society.(10) In 1982 the UK was in the depths of the Thatcher/Lawson/Howe-created depression; the Tories were showing the lowest poll ratings since polls had been created;(11) CND was booming; anti-nuclear (and thus anti-American) campaigns were blossoming all over Western Europe. In this context Butler wrote a memo to David Watt, then director of Chatham House (the RIIA), in which he said, ...
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176. Churchill and Secret Service (Book review) [Lobster #37 (Summer 1999)]
... been First Lord at the time, Room 40 would have been established. Much more notable was Churchill's continual interference in its running. Predictably, he was an eager victim of the 'spy mania' that gripped the country on the outbreak of war in 1914, actually leading a raid, pistol in hand, on the home of an unsuspecting Tory MP in Scotland! One aspect of Churchill's politics that Stafford usefully identifies but does not explore in enough detail, is the way that this increasingly conservative, not to say reactionary, figure, who championed a strong state, had a life-long fascination with secret agents, assassins, revolutionaries and guerrilla fighters. From Sidney Reilly and ...
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... political demise of the Conservative MEP and former leader of the Conservative group of MEPs, Tom Spencer, I was asked by a researcher at the European Parliament what I knew about him. 'Not a thing, ' I replied. 'Never heard of the guy. Why? ' My questioner replied something to the effect that Spencer was a strange Tory MEP who was asking questions about the American HAARP project and other issues in the mind control and electro-magnetic fields. 'He's rattling the Americans' cage, ' he said. A month later - it's goodbye Tom Spencer MEP when the Customs just happened to search his bag and find drugs and porno in it. See 'Named but ...
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178. Price of Power (Book review) [Lobster #36 (Winter 1998/9)]
... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 36) Winter 1998/9 Last | Contents | Next Issue 36 Price of Power: The Secret Funding of the Tory Party Colin Challen Vision Paperbacks, London, 1998, 7.99 It says something about this society of ours - and about the academics who make a living teaching what they call 'politics' - that this is the first book about the funding of the political party which has been in power for most of this century; and it says something else that despite Challen's pulling together of the available material - some chapters have over 70 endnotes - at least half of the Conservative's recent ...
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179. The Liar: the fall of Jonathan Aitken (Book review) [Lobster #36 (Winter 1998/9)]
... good example of a bad book, clumsily written but of natural interest due to its subject. The same is true here. Heroic and triumphant in tone, the troika of authors concentrate mainly on the paraphernalia, research and minutiae of a big libel trial leaving in their wake more loose ends than a Gordian knot. Aitken had a classic Tory background. Eton/Oxford, inherited Beaverbrook wealth, writing speeches for Selwyn Lloyd (the Chancellor of the Exchequer) at 19 etc. He was also a libertarian, calling for drugs to be decriminalised, conducting numerous high society affairs and surviving an Official Secrets trial in 1969, having revealed too much about whom Britain was backing in ...
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... death of Gaitskell in 1963 and then by the departure of Jenkins for the Presidency of the European Economic Community had first formed themselves into the Manifesto Group. Key officers were two bright young Gaitskellite MPs from the North-East (again the parallels with New Labour's grip on seats in that region are striking), John Horam (later a Tory minister) and Ian Wriggles-worth (later a Labour Home Office minister with Jenkins), who represented a Teesside constituency adjoining that of Liddle's boss, Bill Rodgers. This Ian Wrigglesworth, who became an MP in 1974, is now Sir Ian Wrigglesworth, Freeman of the City of London. A founder member of the SDP and ...
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