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201. Common Cause and IRIS [Lobster Special Issue: The Clandestine Caucus (199]
... European Freedom Whatever the British Common Cause amounted to in 1948, four years before its official launch, it had joined forces with the British League for European Freedom (BLEF), the first organisation formed in this country in direct response to the Soviet Union's takeover in Eastern Europe. The BLEF had been initiated in 1944 by a quartet of Tory MP's, including Victor Raikes, a pre-war member of the Imperial Policy Group.(88) Despite the dominance of Tory MPs, the BLEF attracted a trio of Labour MPs: Ivor Thomas (who defected to the Tories in 1950 after the publication of his book The Socialist Tragedy); George Dallas, former TUC General ...
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202. Clearing the ground: the unions, socialism and the state [Lobster Special Issue: The Clandestine Caucus (199]
... Another of the corporatist groups financed by Midlands industrialists, the British Commonwealth Union (BCU), led by the Birmingham MP, Sir Patrick Hannon, began funding MPs to form an Industrial Group in Parliament. The first 11 candidates were subsidised by the BCU in the 1918 election: by 1924 the group in parliament consisted of 105 (mostly Tory) members. Hannon's Industrial Group chiefly wanted government protection of British industry against foreign competition, but, to quote Hannon, they also 'wanted the largest measure of freedom in the relationship between capital and labour and the least state intervention possible. '( 7 ) These early corporatist dreams failed for a number of reasons. Employer organisations were ...
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... that relative rarity, an historian who is economically literate; and the result here is a mix of economics, history, politics - and even a dash of parapolitics - so seamless it made me wonder again how anybody ever took seriously historians who don't know economics. Newton shows that appeasement was a rational attempt by the Chamberlain wing of the Tory Party to rejig the post-Versailles world in a way which would keep Germany a member of the international, liberal (economically liberal) world. 'Between 1921 and 1940 the dominant alliance in Britain was founded on a coalition between a ruling élite centred on the Treasury, the Bank of England, and the City of London and an ...
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204. U.S. influence after the war [Lobster Special Issue: The Clandestine Caucus (199]
... assistance before America had officially entered the war, the US 'aid' had come with strings attached. Despite his famous remark that he had not taken office to oversee the destruction of His Majesty's empire, Churchill had actually done precisely that to pay for the war: and the process continued after it. It was left to some of the Tory Right and some of the Labour Left - the same groups that are still sceptical of the European Union - to oppose the acceptance of the conditions attached to the post-war US loans. The Council on Foreign Relations Planning for the US takeover of the countries of non-communist Europe was done, during the war, in the ...
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205. The Crozier operations [Lobster Special Issue: The Clandestine Caucus (199]
... 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 also a member of the transnational psy-war outfit, the Pinay Circle, working alongside senior intelligence, military and political figures from the NATO countries,(132) was working with US Senate Subcommittee on International Terrorism,(133) and launched the apparently still-born US ...
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206. Anti-communism as a profession: The Information Research Department [Lobster Special Issue: The Clandestine Caucus (199]
... . 34. One of whose members was Laurence Durrell, the novelist, here in the guise of Director of Information Services. See Carruthers pp. 196-201. Foley p. 104. On IRD and Cyprus see Carruthers pp. 209/10. This term was used by former head of IRD, Ray Whitney, now a Tory MP, in an article in the Sunday Telegraph of 3 July 1988, in which he attacked, inter alia, Lobster 'The British and Italians were particularly unhappy over the spread in Europe and, even more for the British, in Asia of anti-Communist front groups supported with CIA funds'. Robin Winks p. 391. ...
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207. Conspiracy theories are go! [Lobster #30 (Dec 1995)]
... Internet, they have an ear to the ground, and - it must be said - they spread lots of rumours. But two out of three ain't bad. ' In the midst of this boom it is striking that the traditional conspiracy theorists on the British right, the spectrum from the Western Goals (as was) end of the Tory Party out to the NF and its spin-offs, seem not to be making any headway. But then compared to the exotica now on display, their theories look stolid, almost dull; all that economics..... Notes See the excellent piece by Murray and Kalman in Open Eye 3. PO Box 2420, ...
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208. The View From The Bridge [Lobster #29 (Jun 1995)]
... far from his mind. This was the need to maintain a worldwide network which could be activated in the event of a future war and provide the nucleus of national resistance which experience had taught him would otherwise take years to develop. ' (p . 239, emphasis added) Pergau The Pergau Dam affair revealed the shape of the new Tory corporatism. Companies fund the Tory Party; Tory government bribes (sorry: gives aid to) the Malasian government which gives orders to..... the British companies who give money to the Tory Party. This is simply a complicated scheme to defraud the British tax-payer. Re-reading some of the cuttings, ...
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209. The Perfect English Spy (Book Review) [Lobster #29 (Jun 1995)]
... of words it was that the Thatcher government came up with against Peter Wright. In the last chapter Bower reveals - confirms what some had suspected, or heard whispered - that White had been among those former officers who had been leaking information through the Thatcher years. This is one of the central paradoxes of the Thatcher period: while the Tories tried to clamp down on information about the spooks, there was a massive explosion of leaking by the services themselves. White is portrayed as a kind of agent for the overt Whitehall, put in charge of both services to re-orient them, make them face the realities of the post-war world - and be more responsive ...
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210. Sources [Lobster #29 (Jun 1995)]
... important. Single copies, including postage, 2.86 (UK), 3.20 (Europe). Perspectives, BM 6682, London WC1N 3XX. IRIS The New Statesman and Society, 10 January 1995, had a crack at the IRIS connundrum after the revelation in the newspapers that IRIS had received 40,000 from the Tory government in 1963. Unfortunately, seeing the name Walter Marshall on the IRIS board in the seventies, author David Osler assumed it to be the Walter Marshall, now Lord Marshall, erstwhile head of the Central Electricty Generating Board. In fact it was a Walter Marshall of Hull. For unless we had the CEGB Chairman living incognito on ...
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