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Alan Ryan

9 October 1986
Whitehall: Tragedy and Farce 
by Clive Ponting.
Hamish Hamilton, 256 pp., £9.95, March 1986, 0 241 11835 2
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On the Record. Surveillance, Computers and Privacy: The Inside Story 
by Duncan Campbell and Steve Connor.
Joseph, 347 pp., £12.95, May 1986, 0 7181 2575 4
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... the entire political and administrative apparatus, retail and in gross, while Campbell and Connor go for the army of snoopers and data-gatherers. What they share is a thought which would have shocked a previous generation of political commentators – the thought that the British Civil Service is absolutely not to be trusted, that the ...

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Paul Laity: A west-country Man U supporter speaks

22 June 2006
... to the club’s worldwide popularity’ and hence its stockmarket value, but Jeff Connor, author of The Lost Babes: Manchester United and the Forgotten Victims of Munich (Harper, February), is less cautious. Like Meek he has interviewed Harry Gregg and lays into Man Utd plc for exploiting the crash while neglecting the victims’ families. All ...

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