Letter: No spies on us

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The Independent Online
I READ Geraldine Norman's reasons why Peter Wilson may have been a spy ('And then, of course, he was a homosexual . . .', 28 June) in an Islington cafe in the company of 30 or 40 other homosexual men and women. I saw little inclination towards espionage in the people around me but then again I wasn't privy to their Renaissance bronze or fine wine status either.

David Baker

London EC1