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  • :STRATHCLYDE police are investigating a dirty tricks campaign orchestrated by the PR firm Beatt ...re now arguing over which firm should take responsibility for drafting the undercover plan. At the time the document was written in January 1998, [[Graham Isdale
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  • In an undercover investigation conducted in June and July 2011, BPPA was secretly filmed boa ...2012 the PCC threw out Bell's complaint, ruling that the ''Independent'''s undercover filming of Bell Pottinger PR executives discussing work for the Uzbekistan
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  • centralism, the attempt by the right to police the briefing the UK military and police establishments on
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  • ...e [[Assistant Commissioner for Specialist Operations]] of the Metropolitan Police from 1994 to 2005 and Under-Secretary-General for Safety and Security for t ...ed the Metropolitan Police Cadet Corps in 1964. He joined the Metropolitan Police in 1966 and became a CID officer in 1969. In the early 1970s he attended Tr
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  • ...AIL-POSITIVE-RETENTION-POLICY.pdf Positive Retention Policy], Metropolitan Police Service / SO15, Email of 12 May 2014 (accessed via UCPI.org.uk 20 July 2016 ...ss Statement on Rule 9-10(a) to Undercover Policing Inquiry], Metropolitan Police Service, 6 June 2016 (accessed 12 July 2016).</ref>
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  • ...r arrest, MI5 shared its responsibility for domestic intelligence with the police force's "Special Branch", then under [[Basil Thomson]]. Finally [[Secret In ...ome from intercepted wireless messages although Hall had also organised an undercover mission in which British seamen masquerading as American tourists sailed ar
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  • ...nd Yard as unpaid personal assistant to Sir [[Edward Henry]], Metropolitan Police Commissioner in the early years of the century. During the First World War ...gnised was a religious zeal (*3). He consistently claims to have begun his undercover investigations of "subversion" as an independent amateur, though it must be
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  • ...r arrest, MI5 shared its responsibility for domestic intelligence with the police force's "Special Branch", then under [[Basil Thomson]]. Finally [[Secret In ...ome from intercepted wireless messages although Hall had also organised an undercover mission in which British seamen masquerading as American tourists sailed ar
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  • ...A GSL employee, allegedly 'dealing' with racial abuse claims, also told an undercover journalist that he discouraged inmates from making complaints about the sta ...tephen Shaw launched an investigation after a Daily Mirror journalist went undercover on a training course and published an article containing allegations of rac
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  • ...Yard]] as unpaid personal assistant to Sir [[Edward Henry]], Metropolitan Police Commissioner in the early years of the century. During the First World War ...d was a religious zeal {{ref|3}}. He consistently claims to have begun his undercover investigations of "subversion" as an independent amateur, though it must be
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  • ...it avoided political controversy and thus escaped violent opposition from police forces. Few of the hunger marches organised by the [[National Unemployed Wo ...of influential friends included both [[General Horwood]], the Metropolitan Police Commissioner, and [[Basil Thompson]], the former head of the Directorate of
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  • ...egy was to destabilise the Wilson government, then with military support, (undercover of a manufactured or exaggerated crisis) to impose on Britain a government :"The coup d'etat . . . uses . . . the armed forces, the police and the security agencies. The technique of the coup is the technique of ju
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  • ...man having already called at this office." Another memo indicated that the police were going to supply a report of a private Communist Party meeting in Brigh ...city, information from a small number of defectors from the League, and an undercover report by Granada TV's ''World in Action'' enable us to build up a clear pi
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  • ...ing in the Research Department in London "who had professional security or police background" refused to make the move and left its service. ...uently sacked by the League, and his claims were investigated by the local police and pronounced unfounded. {{ref|4}} The League were aware that "The Boys on
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  • ...ackburn''' was one of four peers who allegedly agreed to accept money from undercover ''Sunday Times'' reporters, who were posing as business lobbyists, in retur ...rds-house-commons-corruption-allegations?INTCMP=ILCNETTXT3487 'Erminegate: police called to examine corruption allegations in House of Lords'], ''The Guardia
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  • ...Moonie''' was one of four peers who allegedly agreed to accept money from undercover ''Sunday Times'' reporters, who were posing as business lobbyists, in retur ...rds-house-commons-corruption-allegations?INTCMP=ILCNETTXT3487 'Erminegate: police called to examine corruption allegations in House of Lords'], ''The Guardia
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  • ...m Experience', the text of a lecture by [[Peter Clarke]] of [[Metropolitan Police Counter-Terrorism Command]], in memory of [[Colin Cramphorn]], with an appe In February 2006, he accused part of the [[Metropolitan Police]] of "a kind of ideological “Stockholm syndrome.”
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  • ...February 2008.</ref> Similar units were subsequently established by other police forces. <ref>[http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2005/jul/20/religion.july7 Speci ...At least two other members of the Unit were former SDS as well. After the undercover scandal broke and Bob Lambert was exposed, the MCU's focus on building trus
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  • ...ruscott''' was one of four peers who allegedly agreed to accept money from undercover ''Sunday Times'' reporters, who were posing as business lobbyists, in retur ...rds-house-commons-corruption-allegations?INTCMP=ILCNETTXT3487 'Erminegate: police called to examine corruption allegations in House of Lords'], ''The Guardia
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  • ...earching counterterrorism: a personal perspective from a former undercover police officer’]. [http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/rter20/7/1 ''Critical Studies ...n which case it would be 16 March 1952.</ref> , is a former [[Metropolitan Police]] officer turned academic.
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