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... Ulster for three years. His unit was called the Special Military Intelligence Unit (Northern Ireland) (SMIU, NI). Controlled from an office next door to the Head of Special Branch RUC, at RUC HQ, Belfast, it was commanded in the 70's by Lt. Col. Brian Dixon and then Lt. Col. John Burgess, both of the Intelligence Corps. These Commanding Officers, with a small staff, controlled a Military Intelligence Officer (MIO) and his assistant, a Field Intelligence NCO (FINCO) attached to each RUC Division, and a number of Liaison Intelligence NCO's (LINCO) perhaps fifty operatives overall. The prime role of the unit members ...
... from criminal activity.6 4 Scott Newton, 'UK Manufacturing Decline is the Real Story of the Budget', History and Policy Opinion, 5 May 2009. HM Department for Business, Innovation and Skills, Manufacturing in the UK: Supplementary Analysis, Economics Paper no. 10B (December 2010) figure 1, p. 2 5 Stephen Burgess, 'Measuring Financial Sector Output and its Contribution to UK GDP', Bank of England Quarterly Bulletin, Q3, 2011, Charts 1 and 2. 6 Nicholas Shaxson, Treasure Islands: Tax Havens and the Men who Stole the World (London: Vintage, 2011) These markets were trivial at the start of the 1990s but by ...
... Secret Vote several times over. This was the pattern which, in his later appointments, Young attempted to set for the whole service. One report, however, did not meet with Foreign Office approval. As part of its brief to identify leaks in Sterling Area exhange controls, the Tangier station reported that 'a flaming pansy, one Guy Burgess who seems to be in the Foreign Office, has turned up with a boy friend, and has been telling all and sundry in the hotel bar how to get round exchange control regulations. ' The barman happened to be a station informer and an account was duly sent to the Foreign Office personnel department. It came back with the ...
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