Other conspiracy theories
Wilson's Government took strong action against the controversial, self-styled Church of Scientology in 1967, banning foreign Scientologists from entering the UK (a prohibition which remained in force until 1980). In response, L. Ron Hubbard, Scientology's founder, accused Wilson of being in cahoots with Soviet Russia and an international conspiracy of psychiatrists and financiers: 
Hubbard's unsubstantiated conspiracy theories failed to convince the British public of Wilson's supposed involvement in the mysterious "Tenyaka memorial" conspiracy, despite lurid denunciations published by the Church of Scientology. Wilson's Minister of Health, Kenneth Robinson, subsequently succeeded in winning a libel lawsuit against the Church and Hubbard.
Opposed Scientology in 1960sRobinson had served as the first chairman of the National Association of Mental Health (now known as Mind). His interest in mental health issues brought him into conflict with the Church of Scientology, considered to hold controversial views on mental health: as Minister, he told the House of Commons that he was satisfied that "Scientology is socially harmful". Robinson stated that there was a "grave concern" among local government at the time about Scientology, and its potential effects on the town of East Grinstead. Robinson stated in 1968 in the House of Commons that Scientology was: "a pseudo-philosophical cult". Time Magazine also quoted Robinson as stating: that the Church of Scientology was: "socially harmful ... a potential menace to the personality" and "a serious danger to health." In this speech, Robinson referred to the Anderson Report, cited additional evidence of why the group should be considered a cult, and stated that there was evidence children were being indoctrinated. Robinson announced that a series of measures would be undertaken against Scientology in Britain.
In 1968, the Church of Scientology started publishing articles that were of defamatory nature toward Robinson. Eventually Robinson sued the Church of Scientology of California and L. Ron Hubbard for libel. The case appeared before Justice Ackner, and was entitled: Robinson v Church of Scientology of California and Others. This resulted in a settlement between the parties on June 1973, where the Church of Scientology acknowledged that there was no truth to the published allegations, and offered its apologies to Robinson along with a "substantial sum to mark the gravity of the libels".
"The government is satisfied that
Scientology is socially harmful
It alienates members of families from each other and attributes squalid and disgraceful motives to all who oppose it; its authoritarian principles and practice are a potential menace to the
personality and well being of those so deluded as to become followers; above all, its methods can be a serious danger to the health of those who submit to them... There is no
power under existing law to prohibit the practice of Scientology; but the government has concluded that it is so objectionable that it would be right to take all steps within its power to curb its growth."
--Kenneth Robinson, British Minister of Health
February 26: LRH vanquishes his enemies!
According to Fred Payer in LA in the staff FSM preplay Ron's Journal 68 was received with a standing ovation.
If you think we are losing ground, according to a head count to date, three major enemies and the three biggest enemy names are finished.
Cecil King lost his directorship in the Bank of England and his newspaper claim which included the "Daily Mail".
Sir William Carr has also lost his directorship in the Bank of England and has been ousted from his papers and was last seen trying to unite with "Truth" newspapers of Australia, owned by Murdock.
Kenneth Robinson, ex Minister of Health UK has been ousted and is in disgrace with his group.
All three were also directors of the "National Association for Mental Health of the UK.
Any more candidates for our "coupstick"?
SCIENTOLOGYHC Deb 27 July 1979 vol 971 c517W 517W
Mr. Arthur Lewis
asked the Prime Minister why she will not take action to ascertain the number of followers of the Church of Scientology within her Department and to remove them from office, in view of their danger to the security of the State.