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|subgroups=GCHQ, MI5, MI6, UK Military, UK Police, Special Branch, Cabinet Office, Her Majesty's Treasury, Home Office, Ministry of Defence, Ministry of Justice, Attorney General's Office, Department for Business Innovation and Skills, Department for Communities and Local Government, Department for Culture Media and Sport, Department for Education, Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs, Department for International Development, Department for Transport, Department for Work and Pensions, Department of Energy and Climate Change, Department of Health, Foreign and Commonwealth Office,  Northern Ireland Office, Office of the Advocate General for Scotland, Office of the Leader of the House of Commons, Office of the Leader of the House of Lords, Scotland Office, UK Export Finance, Wales Office, Prime Minister's Office,
 
|subgroups=GCHQ, MI5, MI6, UK Military, UK Police, Special Branch, Cabinet Office, Her Majesty's Treasury, Home Office, Ministry of Defence, Ministry of Justice, Attorney General's Office, Department for Business Innovation and Skills, Department for Communities and Local Government, Department for Culture Media and Sport, Department for Education, Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs, Department for International Development, Department for Transport, Department for Work and Pensions, Department of Energy and Climate Change, Department of Health, Foreign and Commonwealth Office,  Northern Ireland Office, Office of the Advocate General for Scotland, Office of the Leader of the House of Commons, Office of the Leader of the House of Lords, Scotland Office, UK Export Finance, Wales Office, Prime Minister's Office,
 
Charity Commission for England and Wales, Commissioners for the Reduction of the National Debt, Competition and Markets Authority, Crown Prosecution Service, Food Standards Agency, Forestry Commission, Government Actuary's Department, Her Majesty's Land Registry, Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs, National Crime Agency, National Savings and Investments, Office for Standards in Education Children's Services and Skills, Office of Gas and Electricity Markets, Office of Qualifications and Examinations Regulation, Office of Rail Regulation, Ordnance Survey, Public Works Loan Board, Serious Fraud Office, Supreme Court of the United Kingdom, The National Archives, Treasury Solicitor's Department, UK Statistics Authority, UK Trade & Investment, Water Services Regulation Authority
 
Charity Commission for England and Wales, Commissioners for the Reduction of the National Debt, Competition and Markets Authority, Crown Prosecution Service, Food Standards Agency, Forestry Commission, Government Actuary's Department, Her Majesty's Land Registry, Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs, National Crime Agency, National Savings and Investments, Office for Standards in Education Children's Services and Skills, Office of Gas and Electricity Markets, Office of Qualifications and Examinations Regulation, Office of Rail Regulation, Ordnance Survey, Public Works Loan Board, Serious Fraud Office, Supreme Court of the United Kingdom, The National Archives, Treasury Solicitor's Department, UK Statistics Authority, UK Trade & Investment, Water Services Regulation Authority
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'''The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland''' (the '''UK''') is a [[nation state]] in [[Northern Europe]]. In 2013, it was #5 in the world in terms of military expenditure.<ref>http://www.iiss.org/en/about%20us/press%20room/press%20releases/press%20releases/archive/2014-dd03/february-0abc/military-balance-2014-press-statement-52d7</ref>
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==Official Narrative==
 
==Official Narrative==
 
''The United Kingdom of '''Great''' Britain and Northern Ireland''...
 
''The United Kingdom of '''Great''' Britain and Northern Ireland''...
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==Deep State==
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{{FA|UK/Deep state}}
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|text=The UK's communications watchdog [[Ofcom]] has overturned its ban on the use of GSM gateways ([[COMUG]]s) for overseas phone calls – leaving one of the longest prosecutions in modern English legal history hanging in the balance. The decision comes after a controversial public consultation exercise held earlier this year, in which ''[[The Register]]'' caught the [[Home Office]]'s secret [[HOIPU|spy powers unit]] trying to anonymously [[lobby]] the [[regulator]] and keep the ban.
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|authors=Gareth Corfield
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|date=10 July 2017
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|source_URL=https://www.theregister.co.uk/2017/07/10/ofcom_gsm_gateway_comug_ban_lifted/
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The [[UK deep state]] is a significant component of the [[supranational deep state]]. It has long established links to the [[commonwealth]] and draws on the the sevices of the 3 main UK [[intelligence agencies]]:- [[MI5]], [[MI6]], [[GCHQ]].
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==Arms Production==
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The UK is the #6 nation worldwide as regards arms export from 2012-2016, after [[Germany]] and fellow [[UN Security Council]] members, [[US]], [[Russia]], [[China]] and [[France]].<ref>https://www.armscontrol.org/act/2017-03/news/us-leads-rising-global-arms-trade</ref>
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==References==
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Latest revision as of 11:31, 8 June 2018

Group.png United Kingdom   History Commons Sourcewatch WikiquoteRdf-icon.png
EU-United Kingdom.svg
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg
Capital cityLondon
LocationEurope
LeaderPrime Minister of the United Kingdom
Boris 2.jpg
Incumbent: Boris Johnson
Since 24 July 2019
Typenation state
Subgroups• GCHQ
• MI5
• MI6
• UK Military
• UK Police
• Special Branch
• Cabinet Office
• Her Majesty's Treasury
• Home Office
• Ministry of Defence
• Ministry of Justice
• Attorney General's Office
• Department for Business Innovation and Skills
• Department for Communities and Local Government
• Department for Culture Media and Sport
• Department for Education
• Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs
• Department for International Development
• Department for Transport
• Department for Work and Pensions
• Department of Energy and Climate Change
• Department of Health
• Foreign and Commonwealth Office
• Northern Ireland Office
• Office of the Advocate General for Scotland
• Office of the Leader of the House of Commons
• Office of the Leader of the House of Lords
• Scotland Office
• UK Export Finance
• Wales Office
• Prime Minister's Office
• Charity Commission for England and Wales
• Commissioners for the Reduction of the National Debt
• Competition and Markets Authority
• Crown Prosecution Service
• Food Standards Agency
• Forestry Commission
• Government Actuary's Department
• Her Majesty's Land Registry
• Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs
• National Crime Agency
• National Savings and Investments
• Office for Standards in Education Children's Services and Skills
• Office of Gas and Electricity Markets
• Office of Qualifications and Examinations Regulation
• Office of Rail Regulation
• Ordnance Survey
• Public Works Loan Board
• Serious Fraud Office
• Supreme Court of the United Kingdom
• The National Archives
• Treasury Solicitor's Department
• UK Statistics Authority
• UK Trade & Investment
• Water Services Regulation Authority
Interest ofUK/Deep state
Member ofG-20, Global Counter Terrorism Forum, International Energy Agency, NATO, OECD, UKUSA, UN/SC
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The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (the UK) is a nation state in Northern Europe. In 2013, it was #5 in the world in terms of military expenditure.[1]

Official Narrative

The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland...

Deep State

Full article: Rated 4/5 UK/Deep state

“The UK's communications watchdog Ofcom has overturned its ban on the use of GSM gateways (COMUGs) for overseas phone calls – leaving one of the longest prosecutions in modern English legal history hanging in the balance. The decision comes after a controversial public consultation exercise held earlier this year, in which The Register caught the Home Office's secret spy powers unit trying to anonymously lobby the regulator and keep the ban.”
Gareth Corfield (10 July 2017)  [2]

The UK deep state is a significant component of the supranational deep state. It has long established links to the commonwealth and draws on the the sevices of the 3 main UK intelligence agencies:- MI5, MI6, GCHQ.

Arms Production

The UK is the #6 nation worldwide as regards arms export from 2012-2016, after Germany and fellow UN Security Council members, US, Russia, China and France.[3]


 

Events carried out

EventLocationDescription
2003 Iraq WarIraq
2011 Attacks on LibyaLibyaA premeditated act of aggression that was carried out under a pretext of "humanitarian intervention".
Manhattan ProjectA top secret project to develop nuclear weapons for use in WW2

 

A Document by UK

TitleDocument typePublication dateSubject(s)Description
File:Hw-80-2.pdfagreement1 November 1945UKUSAThe 1945 draft UK-USA agreement

 

Related Quotations

PageQuoteAuthorDate
1970s“[M]uch of the destabilization of British democracy in the 1970s can only be fully understood by analysing the international support given to groups like the Anglo-American “deniable propaganda” outlet, the Institute for the Study of Conflict.”David Teacher
Money laundering“Despite the UK’s rhetoric about wanting a “world leading reputation for integrity” as a financial center, it has never prosecuted a single company or bank for money laundering.”March 2018
UK/Deep state“Even though we live in what's called a democracy, a few people will always run things in this country anyway.”August 2018

 

Ambassadors to UK

Nation stateStartDescription
Ambassador to the UK
Canada/High Commissioner to the UK1869
France/Ambassador to the UK
Germany/Ambassador to the UK
Israel/Ambassador to the UK
Turkey/Ambassador to the UK
US/Ambassador to the UK1785
Ukraine/Ambassador to the UK

 

Events

EventDescription
1984 Libyan Embassy Siege
2005 London bombingsA series of coordinated attacks on London's public transport system during the morning rush hour, allegedly carried out by four Muslim suicide bombers.
2010 Cumbria shootings
2016 EU Referendum
2017 Westminster attackA combined vehicle assault and stabbing at an iconic London location
Bilderberg/1967
Bilderberg/2013The 2013 Bilderberg group meeting.
Brighton bombing
Cold War Then and Now?A free conference that appears to have been part of a broader campaign by the Institute for Statecraft to promote Cold War 2.0.
Jo Cox/Murder
June 2017 London attack
Le Cercle/2013 (London)
Le Cercle/2014 (London)Dates include June 20 but are uncertain

 

Groups Headquartered Here

A Group Headquartered HereDescription
15 (UK) Psychological Operations GroupA UK army psyop group.
Active Change Foundation
Adam Smith International
Airwars
Amnesty International
ArmorGroupOne of the largest private security firms operating in Iraq
Astutus IntelligenceA UK limited company started in 2015 by two Institute for Statecraft directors and a third man. Dissolved in 2019.
BAE SystemsA global arms company, with interests also in civilian avionics and engineering. Its subsidiaries are also involved in providing intelligence, personnel and logistics support to US/UK military.
BBCA state propaganda apparatus disguised as a quasi-autonomous public service corporation.
BP
Balli Group PlcA privately held company with a subsidiary, Balli Aviation that in 2010 pleaded guilty to charges of illegally exporting Boeing aircraft to Iran, in breach of sanctions.
Bank of England
Bank of Scotland
Bell PottingerReceived $500 million from the US DOD to create a range of propaganda, including fake Al-Qaeda videos
Board of Deputies of British Jews
Border and Immigration Agency
British Aerospace
British CouncilThe British government's cultural propaganda body.
British Satellite BroadcastingA London based satellite television company
British-American Tobacco
Cambridge AnalyticaA big data mining company
Cambridge University/St John's CollegeA Cambridge College which hosted the Bilderberg meeting
Cambridge University/Trinity College
Campaign Against Antisemitism
Carlton Television
Centre for Research into Post-Communist Economies
Chartered Management Institute
City of London School
Coalition for Peace Through SecurityA spooky UK front group to try to oppose CND.
Control RisksA British private security company.
Cornerstone GroupA group of Conservative MPs.
Criminal Cases Review Commission
Crown Agents
Democracy Institute
Fabian Society
Financial Services Authority
Forum World FeaturesA London based CIA propaganda operation which operated as a professional news service from 1965 to 1975.
G4S
GlaxoSmithKline
Greater Manchester Police
Group 4 Falck
HSBC
HakluytHakluyt is a privately owned intelligence agency founded in 1995 by UK spooks. It has close ties to the UK deep state, MI6, Shell and BP.
Henry Jackson SocietyA British neocon political action committee supported by key US neocons and by two of David Cameron's closest advisers.
Imperial Chemical Industries
Imperial College London
Index on Censorship
Institute for Statecraft/Tor teamAn unidentified subgroup of the Institute for Statecraft
Institute of Economic Affairs
International Institute for Strategic Studies
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Job here

EventJobAppointedEndDescription
Hamzah BehbehaniBanker19921992Middle East Sales

 

Citizens of UK on Wikispooks

TitleBornDiedDescription
Antony Acland12 March 1930Bilderberger diplomat
John Bodkin Adams21 January 18994 July 1983
Andrew Adonis22 February 1963
Babar AhmadMay 1974US pressure had Babar Ahmad arrested and held for 10 years in UK, although he had broken no UK law. He was beaten up by UK police in 2003. A petition signed by 149,388 people did not prevent his extradition to US - with no evidence of wrong doing provided - a county where it is likely he has been tortured.
Nafeez Mosaddeq Ahmed1978
Talha Ahsan21 September 1979
Max Aitken25 May 18799 June 1964
Alex Allan9 February 1951
Clifford Allen9 May 18893 March 1939
Sasha Ambramsky
Leo Amery22 November 187316 September 1955
Barbara Amiel4 December 1940
Dave Anderson2 December 1953
Christopher Andrew23 July 1941
Elish Angiolini24 June 1960
Aamer Anwar30 December 1967
Jeffrey Archer15 April 1940Perjurer, politician and apparently also failed armchair revolutionary.
Peter Archer20 November 192614 June 2012
Robert Armstrong30 March 1927Crossbencher in the House of Lords
Timothy J. Garton Ash12 July 1955
Paddy Ashdown24 February 194122 December 2018
Catherine Ashton20 March 1956A woman with zero qualification or experience of foreign affairs who, in 2009, was made 'High representative for Foreign Affairs and Security policy' in a deal which finally recognised that the position was NOT going to be given to Tony Blair
Richard Ashworth17 September 1947A member of the European Parliament
John Aspinall11 June 192629 June 2000
Haroon Rashid Aswat1979
Clement Attlee3 January 18838 October 1967
Crispin Aubrey3 January 194628 September 2012
Nadhmi Auchi11 June 1937Cercle-connected fraudster
Shaukat Aziz6 March 1949Le Cercle
Tim Baber
David Baddiel28 May 1964
John Baird27 April 187420 August 1941
Frank Baker27 January 1961
Mike Baker22 June 1961
Norman Baker26 July 1957
Stanley Baldwin3 August 186714 December 1947
Arthur Balfour25 July 184819 March 1930
James Ball
Ed Balls25 February 1967
Arron BanksMarch 1966
Stephen Barclay3 May 1972
Brian Barder20 June 193419 September 2017
Rowland Baring28 July 191816 March 1991
Thomas Baring22 January 182615 November 1904
Harry Barnes22 July 1936
Emma Barnett5 February 1985
Neil BarnettJune 1973
John Baron21 June 1959
Gordon Barrass5 August 1940
Tim Barrow15 February 1964
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Related Documents

TitleTypePublication dateAuthor(s)Description
Document:5 July Seminar; Potential guest list for discussionspooky seminar invitation list26 February 2016Integrity InitiativeSeminar with a mix of media, academics and lots of spooks
Document:Absolute folly for Britain to get involved in SyriaArticle1 March 2018Leo McKinstryTory MP Johnny Mercer, a former soldier, has demanded: “Britain must come to Syria’s aid” and condemned those who oppose “military intervention”.
Document:Britain - Incipient Fascist Statearticle3 February 2011Derek Martin
Document:Doreen and Karen – a tale of two mothersarticle15 August 2013Francis Carr BegbieA startling and telling comparison of the treatment of two horrific racially-motivated murders by the UK Establishment.
Document:Raqqa: A City Laid Waste, The Law Laid LowArticle2 November 2018Christopher BlackIn June 2017, the US-led coalition - including France and the UK - launched a military operation to force the Islamic State armed group from Raqqa. But instead of only targeting IS, we killed hundreds and injured thousands of civilians, while obliterating much of the city.
Document:The Challenge of Brexit to the UKstrategy document2 January 2018Chris Donnelly"So, if we consider what qualities and characteristics we need in those whom we select for leadership today, in a period of rapid and profound change, in all sorts of institutions – government departments, big companies, the NHS - the conclusion is that we need to look for people who have abilities that suit a wartime environment"... Leadership understands that in a period of tumultuous change you cannot control, you have to command..."
Document:UN expert says "collective persecution" of Julian Assange must end nowReport31 May 2019Nils Melzer“In 20 years of work with victims of war, violence and political persecution I have never seen a group of democratic States ganging up to deliberately isolate, demonise and abuse a single individual for such a long time and with so little regard for human dignity and the rule of law,” Professor Melzer said. “The collective persecution of Julian Assange must end here and now!"
Document:United States, Canada, Britain: Partners in mind-control operationsarticleJuly 1996Armen Victorian
Document:Why do Muslims in particular usually have a misconception of NATO?creating a loyal cadre6 April 2018Integrity Initiative"supported by the We Are NATO project, IfS expects to be able to change perceptions both of NATO and of UK defence and the Armed Forces, and to inspire a long term appreciation of NATO, its mechanisms, programmes and intervention activities.
File:Cabinet-manual.pdfmanualOctober 2011Gus O'Donnell


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