The head of Britain’s MI6 foreign spy service is expected to stay on beyond his retirement date this year to guide the intelligence agency ...
The 35-page document, which Trump has branded “phony” and “fake news,” was written by Orbis director Christopher Steele, the Wall Street Journal said
Decisiion to boost intelligence comes in the wake of the growing number of plots against Britain and recent attacks
Alex Younger defended the use of data by the MI6 after the release of documents by former CIA contractor Edward Snowden sparked criticism
It urged MI5, MI6 and communications monitoring agency GCHQ to use online forum Mumsnet among other mediums
Younger will take over from John Sawers as chief of the Secret Intelligence Service (SIS) next month
MI5 and its foreign equivalent MI6 have for years faced accusations they colluded in the ill-treatment of suspected militants
New report finds British officials complacent about U.S. unethical practices post 9/11
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