The co-director of Christopher Steele’s private intelligence firm said he cannot ‘confirm or deny’ the reports
Sir John Sawers said pencil and paper systems were the most secure
It comes as MI6 chief warns Russia and Assad regime are creating a new generation of terrorists
Britain will have to closely watch the actions of both Russia and the US over their actions in Syria
Sir John Sawers also said Russia's bombing campaign in Syria was down to the West's decision not to intervene in the country
And how newly declassified documents show the greatest double-cross operation of the Second World War was nearly ruined by a Spanish double agent's wife's horror at British food - and her willingness to die rather than 'live another day in England'
'The information revolution fundamentally changes our operating environment,' says Secret Service Chief
David Anderson QC's report means Theresa May can move ahead with her controversial data legislation, but she faces potential opposition in the Lords
'We are only secure because the wider Europe is secure'
New papers show that UK spies have been collecting bulk personal data on citizens since the 90s, and that the information found is liable to abuse
His wife fears he could be susceptible to blackmail
'She was a doer – she was an absolute doer – and she was an immensely caring woman'
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