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... access to the Western Net the security services are not.) If they do know this extra information, I wonder what conclusions they might have drawn? There can be few better times for a covert meeting than New Year's Eve. I don't think it would be surprising if the NK government had a suspicion that Danny Gratton was working for MI6, perhaps as a member of 'the increment' (as it has been called in the past).13 But although quite a plausible initial case can be made that Mr Gratton is a good candidate for a man on a spooky mission to North Korea, unless we are looking at an incredibly elaborate cover story, he has been ...
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... along the way invented (or re-invented) the computer. The claim is often made that they shortened the war by up to two years. Hastings is sceptical of this, though he corroborates the general view of their brilliance. This stands out particularly by contrast with the stupidity of Britain's main overseas espionage organisation at that time, MI6 (SIS), staffed by 'men of moderate abilities, drawn into the organization by the lure of playing out a pastiche of Kipling's "Great Game", and often after earlier careers as colonial policemen. ' This was natural. 'You wouldn't want to suppose, would you', Harry Hinsley – once of Bletchley and later Master ...
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... how the continuing denial I am experiencing is based on the FCO using not Provision 23 of the FOIA (which covers 'Information supplied by, or relating to, bodies dealing with security matters') but, instead, Provision 27 (which covers 'International Relations'). The argument from the FCO – and, by direct association, from MI6 – is that the release of the additional names would harm current or future relations with other nations and that: 'The FCO has argued that the fact that the requested information dates from 1949 is irrelevant. This is because disclosure of the withheld information would breach the principle that the UK government does not release the names of officials from its ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 45  -  29 Jun 2017  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/free/lobster74/lob74-uk-foia.pdf
... tinyurl.com/ydgytvzj> or <https://www.justice.gov/oip/foia-guide-2004-edition- exemption-5 > 16 See note 13. 17 See note 13. this hydra's tail. Unlike the CIA, the security and intelligence agencies of the UK (better known as MI5 and MI6 respectively) are protected by Britain's FOI Act with an all-encompassing clause 23(1 ) concerning 'Information supplied by, or relating to, bodies dealing with security matters', which is an absolute exemption and therefore not amenable to public interest considerations (emphasis added).18 The words 'relating to' are interpreted so broadly by ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 11  -  29 Jun 2017  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/free/lobster74/lob74-freedom-of-information-act.pdf
... co.uk/> you.3 8 As evidence of something weird going on this is as convincing as the scans and the letter on his blog from his dentist attesting to the presence of the foreign bodies.39 After Perrin, have a look at Katherine Horton PhD, another apparent TI, who actually got a legal case against MI6, GCHQ et al, to court. She didn't win but the transcripts of the proceedings are on-line and illustrate the difficulties such cases present, even with what appears to me to be a sympathetic (at least not prejudiced) judge. Horton has a PhD in physics and worked at the CERN facility in Switzerland.40 ...
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... RAF fighter ace Al Deere recorded in Deere's pilot's log book on May 10 had not been recorded in the squadron operations record book.4 In addition to such publicly accessible historical oddities, MPs frequently accused the Foreign Office minister Lynda Chalker of obsessive secrecy in closing the archives. Between 1973 and 1978 the head of the British Secret Intelligence Service MI6, a man then known usually as 'C', was himself a real historian. Maurice Oldfield had studied history under A. J. P. Taylor at Manchester, earned his fellowship in mediaeval history but was diverted into spying at the onset of the Second World War. The former mediaevalist once admitted being a socialist 'of the Piers ...
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... : Some Evangelicals Still Back Trump Despite Lewd Video', Washington Post, 8 October 2016. 3 Scott Shane, 'What We Know and Don't Know About the Trump- Russia Dossier', New York Times, 11 January 2017. No evidence has surfaced to corroborate these widely reported allegations, which appeared in an opposition research memos by former MI6 officer Christopher Steele. It remains to be seen whether Trump's electoral success reflects a sea change in public attitudes or simply his unique ability to flout the conventional rules of American politics. For most of U.S . history, revelations of such personal behavior would have knocked a presidential candidate out of the race. America's moralizing culture has ...
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... is included on the US Baghdad embassy roster. Ex-UK Special Forces (SF) personnel As will be shown in the remainder of this article, many of the UK based PMCs have connections to, or directly employ, ex-UK Special Forces (SF) personnel. In the case of ArmorGroup, employees also included former senior MI6 officer Andrew Fulton,1 2 who has also been Chair of the Scottish Conservative Party. The listed contact for ArmorGroup in Iraq is 'Country Manager' John Farr MBE, who is ex-Parachute Regiment and possibly UK SF. He received his MBE as part of the Queen's birthday honours in 199113 and retired with the rank of Major ...
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... -Qaeda.4 6 We know, for example, from the work of Peter Lance that at least one double agent, Ali Mohammed, was close to senior figures within al-Qaeda and the US. We also know that British-born Sheikh Saeed, who, according to former Pakistan president Pervez Musharraf, had been recruited to MI6, became a key figure in al-Qaeda, too, with some saying that he was involved in passing money to the alleged hijackers.4 7 Foreign policy and democracy The Project for a New American Century (PNAC) had in 2000 pressed upon President Clinton its ideas for 'Rebuilding America's Defences'.4 8 Some of its ...
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... that the imperative of the need for speed to prevent Benghazi falling meant that we were committed to conflict in an imperfect world. '1 3 Richards simply dodges the question and no-one on the committee asks him what he means. And no wonder he evaded it: for it was the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group (LIFG) that MI6 (SIS) had been dickering with since the 1990s and which was the subject of some of the most disgusting real politik in which the British state has been recently engaged.14 The committee's report is the most recent version of the received story: it was a humanitarian exercise, based on a false alarm about threatened atrocities,1 ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 6  -  20 Oct 2016  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/free/lobster72/lob72-view-from-the-bridge.pdf
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