Women are more 'intuitive' says intelligence report, but Ukip MEP says women should 'stick to changing nappies'
Aimen Dean was recruited by British security and intelligence services to report back on al-Qaeda
With the key suspect refusing to testify, will we ever find out who gave the order to kill the former Russian spy?
Downing Street admits information was censored on 'national security grounds', but denies complicity
Pyongyang calls the fictional thriller a 'politically motivated provocation' backed by Downing Street
Conflict 'essentially one of Muslim on Muslim' with West no longer main target, says Richard Dearlove
UK security services will have to prioritise who they track, says former M16 director Richard Barrett
Conclusion of three-year police investigation contradicts coroner's theory of unlawful killing
Forget Skyfall, the real spy chiefs had 'soundbites at the ready' when quizzed in public for first time
Media coverage of leaked documents is making work of British spies 'far, far harder' MPs are told