Gareth Williams

Gareth Williams: MI6 spy's death 'probably an accident'

One-Minute Read Wed 13 Nov, AT 14:45

Conclusion of three-year police investigation contradicts coroner's theory of unlawful killing

Spy chiefs grilled: PR exercise or triumph for transparency?

Talking Point Fri 8 Nov, AT 11:10

Forget Skyfall, the real spy chiefs had 'soundbites at the ready' when quizzed in public for first time

Al-Qaida 'lapping up' reports of Snowden leaks says MI6 boss

One-Minute Read Thu 7 Nov, AT 16:19

Media coverage of leaked documents is making work of British spies 'far, far harder' MPs are told

Tim Berners-Lee: NSA spying is 'betrayal' of world wide web

One-Minute Read Thu 7 Nov, AT 09:31

Computer scientist speaks out as heads of GCHQ, MI5 and MI6 prepare to answer MPs' surveillance questions

Crispin Black

Cameron is not the first PM to be seduced by intelligence services

Fri 23 Aug, AT 10:58 Crispin Black

The government would do well to consider what intelligence activities are really necessary today

Michael Adebolajo

Should MI5 have seen Michael Adebolajo was a likely killer?

Talking Point Fri 24 May, AT 10:36

As the media ask awkward questions, one former agent says 'lone wolf' attacks are hard to foresee

Murder victim Neil Heywood 'was spying on Bo Xilai' for UK

One-Minute Read Tue 6 Nov, AT 14:11

British businessman whose death sparked ructions in Chinese Communist Party, 'passed information to MI6'

US and UK journalists take delight in RomneyShambles

Media Watch Fri 27 Jul, AT 11:12

'MittHitsTheFan' on Twitter as David Cameron refers to Mitt Romney's 'middle of nowhere' home state

G4S whistleblower: 50 per cent chance of Olympics bomb

First Post Fri 13 Jul, AT 10:16

Slack guards have missed mock bombs and weapons, says expert employed to train Games security staff

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