Admission came as the Home Secretary announced the Investigatory Power Act
Were MI5 officers in the room as US interrogators beat him up in Afghanistan, as Aamer alleges?
Andrew Parker's speech comes shortly before a new surveillance bill is to be published by parliament
Secret papers show how the unlikely duo came together in a 1960s cocktail of sex, dishonesty and sports cars
Organisations to receive recognition from the charity include an NHS Trust, and a housing company
Change to UK motoring laws will also give speeding exemptions to transplant organ couriers and bomb disposal units
Files released under the 30-year rule reveal how the Thatcher government tried to stifle the National Union of Mineworkers’s funding from the Soviets
Yes, the programme skewed to the left but, no, it wasn’t tosh
The secret services were aware of both Michael Adebolajo and Michael Adebowale
Alliances are shifting after West warns war-torn country poses greatest terror threat
Stephen Ward, who shared a flat with Christine Keeler, said he was a ‘connoisseur of love-making’
Thousands of confidential papers were destroyed as British rule neared its end in many colonies
They’ll just be promoting their pet schemes and ideas - not editing in any real sense
After months of concern over interference in the media by the intelligence services, the BBC has invited the former head of the security service MI5 to be guest editor of the Today programme.
Hans-Christian Stroebele said he had written to the heads of MI5, MI6 and GCHQ
Mr Aamer, who has been cleared for release yet is stuck in 'legal limbo', is seen begging for prisoners to be treated like human beings