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Editor to appear before Commons home affairs select committee following warnings from British security chiefs that revelations were damaging national security
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.
Rigorous government-backed tests modelled on MI5 recruitment to create robust child-protection teams
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
Watchdog’s office consists of only 10 staff to monitor 10,000 working in spy agencies
Spy's widow accuses UK of protecting the Russian state
Extremist elements in Syria were assessed by the parliamentary Intelligence and Security Committee to represent 'the most worrying terrorist threat'
Investigation into covert policing has found widespread use of the practice.
John Quine was head of counter-intelligence at the British Secret Intelligence Service MI6 in the 1960s, and one of the team that extracted a confession of treachery from the double agent George Blake. Blake, a member of MI6, was, of all the spies uncovered in the Cold War, the one who did most damage to Britain. He received, in 1961, the longest jail sentence ever given out in a British court – 42 years – but did only five in Wormwood Scrubs before escaping in 1966 to Moscow via East Berlin, to which he was driven hidden inside an accomplice's family camper van.
An intensive spying operation was mounted by Britain’s secret intelligence agencies on foreign politicians attending two G20 summit meetings in London in 2009, it has been claimed.
The Home Secretary's premature decision is enough to show she has prejudged the issue and her bias would make any subsequent decision open to challenge, says Geoffrey Robertson
Betting on the identity of the next Doctor Who has been suspended by one bookmaker following reports the relatively unknown actor Rory Kinnear had been offered the role.