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Society5 months ago
MI6 officer’s suspicious death to be reinvestigated
An MI6 officer's suspicious death 11 years ago is set to be re-investigated by the Metropolitan Police amid strong indications he was murdered on account of his secret work.
MI6 officer’s suspicious death to be reinvestigated
Foreign Policy6 months ago
Putin slaps down 'new' MI6 Chief over snide anti-Russian comments
Russian leader Vladimir Putin has responded to anti-Russia remarks by the newly-appointed MI6 Chief Richard Moore by dismissing the latter as inexperienced.
Putin slaps down 'new' MI6 Chief over snide anti-Russian comments
IN-DEPTH6 months ago
Kill the Bill, UK protests License to Kill
Laws have passed by HM government under which undercover agents could be granted Criminal Conduct Authorizations authorizing them to engage in criminal conduct including rape, murder and torture without any legal culpability.
Kill the Bill, UK protests License to Kill
Foreign Policy7 months ago
MI6 Chief boasts of spying on ‘climate change’ violators
The Chief of the Secret Intelligence Service (MI6) has implausibly claimed that his agency spies on foreign environment 'polluters' to ensure climate change compliance.
MI6 Chief boasts of spying on ‘climate change’ violators
Foreign Policy9 months ago
UK cuts ‘Aid’ to Yemen while stepping up spying and military activities
The British government is cutting drastically slashing humanitarian aid to Yemen while simultaneously stepping up military and intelligence activities in the country.
UK cuts ‘Aid’ to Yemen while stepping up spying and military activities
Politics9 months ago
MI6 recruiting ‘foreign born’ officers as part of ‘diversity’ drive
The Secret Intelligence Service or MI6 is relaxing its recruitment procedures ostensibly as part of a 'diversity' drive but skeptics will argue it is because the secret organization can no longer attract 'traditional' recruits.
MI6 recruiting ‘foreign born’ officers as part of ‘diversity’ drive
Yemen9 months ago
Six people stand trial in Yemen over spying for UK, acts of sabotage
A criminal court in Yemen puts on trial six people over spying for the British intelligence service.
Six people stand trial in Yemen over spying for UK, acts of sabotage
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