Helenus Milmo, part of the prosecution team at the Nuremburg trials, spent four hours trying to get the truth out of 'Peach'
Exclusive: Security services would be relocated into existing Whitehall buildings as part of ongoing economy drive
Defector Boris Karpichkov claims Russia had a secret agent in GCHQ and Williams knew who it was
Change to UK motoring laws will also give speeding exemptions to transplant organ couriers and bomb disposal units
Did they play golf in Soviet Russia? If not, then the KGB's idea of burying a secret cache in a bunker on a golf course might seem less slipshod than it did in last night's BBC2 Cold War spy thriller Legacy. After all, how was the KGB to know that British courses are full of perennially useless hackers such as myself who, when bunkered, tends to displace more sand than Lawrence of Arabia charging a Turkish goods train? I'd soon have uncovered it.
Putin's chief of staff Sergei Ivanov was well known to the murdered double-agent
Radical plans created by Britain’s security services will see school leavers recruited as “trainee spies” to form a new generation of espionage experts.
In long-awaited report, Lord Stevens calls for a radical overhaul of the way forces operate
The film's rating could put off older cinemagoers - its key audience
The heads of MI5, MI6 and GCHQ yesterday told MPs that the information leaked to the press by Edward Snowden, a former employee of the NSA, had significantly compromised their operations.
A former cabinet minister has said that politicians did have a "broad understanding" of British spies' massive snooping operations before they were revealed in the Edward Snowden leaks.
The heads of Britain’s security services left MPs in no doubt whom they blame for aiding terrorism
International jihad emerges from terrorist 'spectacular' with which al-Shabaab sought to demonstrate that it was not confined to Somalia
Recently auctioned file belonging to Hitler’s deputy offer insight into more of his bizarre wartime plans
If economic recovery takes hold in coming years it is possible that unrest may tail off, yet there are at least two sets of factors that could continue to fuel protest
PM instructed Sir Jeremy Heywood to request The Guardian hand over classified material