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Latest Review: M - Maxwell Knight, MI5s Greatest Spymaster by Henry Hemming

It used to be that only James Bond would do when it came to undercover spy heroes – as far as I was concerned the cigarette smoking, gun toting, lady killing James Bond was the only spy worth their salt. 913 more words

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SKRIPAL - Support for Britain based as much on Russia's record as Salisbury evidence, powers say

INTERNATIONAL backing for Britain over the Sergei Skripal poisonings was assured even before it shared “unprecedented” levels of intelligence linking Moscow, foreign ministers have revealed. 802 more words

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BORIS THE SPIDER: MI5, Claire Smith, Joseph Mifsud, NATO, & blaming Vladimir Putin for the Skripal poisoning.....

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Last week, I led at The Slog with this headline:

‘Military Industrial Complex’ is one of those phrases to describe the unelected Alt State that many people assume to have emanated from US hairy Left-wing paranoid intellectuals during the 1960s. 1,470 more words

Boris And Mifsud

The spies who went back to the cold

RUSSIA’S London Embassy is left with just seven spies after 23 so-called diplomats were expelled from Britain.  However, the days when Moscow was forced to rely on diplomatic passports to sneak intelligence officers into the country are long gone, experts have warned. 704 more words

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Boris Johnson Lying About the Skripals Incident - Craig Murray - Historian, Former Ambassador, Human Rights Activist

Historian, Former Ambassador, Human Rights Activist
— Read on www.craigmurray.org.uk/

Craig Murray shows that rushing to judgement about nerve agent assault on Sergei and Yulia Skripal in Salisbury, England is bad politics. 712 more words

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No rush to judgement – A good article about the attack on Russian double-agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia in Salisbury, England

Whoever was responsible for the use of chemical weapons against a Russian ex-spy in Salisbury, the main political beneficiary so far appears to be Teresa May, whose bellicose response has led to a boost to her abysmal poll ratings, writes Ariel Pardess.

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Plain Speaking About Torture - Ireland's Hooded Men Betrayed

On Tuesday March 20 2018 the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) decided that in August 1971, during an Internment Operation in the six counties of Northern Ireland, the British State did not… 325 more words

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