FRENCH spies could be free to bug and track anybody they feel like observing inside the country under a Bill which was debated in parliament yesterday.
Although web hosting companies, which could be required to monitor their clients, have raised concerns and civil liberties advocates...
Tuesday 14th Apr 2015
posted by Morning Star in World
COLLABORATION between MI5 and the Gestapo was crucial to surveillance of Communist Party members in Britain including historian Eric Hobsbawm, an explosive new analysis reveals.
Historians yesterday blasted British governments for double standards as they attacked Eastern bloc states...
Monday 30th Mar 2015
posted by Conrad Landin in Britain
Furious Labour politicians call for the release of secret reports on their personal and political lives
Friday 27th Mar 2015
posted by Luke James in Britain
DENNIS SKINNER hit the nail on the head yesterday as Parliament discussed revelations that the Met Police had been spying on MPs - and even, it seems, at one point the Home Secretary.
"Why is it they only seem to pursue leftwingers and socialists?" the Beast of Bolsover asked Police...
posted by Morning Star in Editorial
Israel dismisses allegations and attempts to defuse row with US
Wednesday 25th Mar 2015
Britain’s security agencies were told to to tap into parent forum Mumsnet to recruit new spies yesterday as an inquiry revealed how women in the industry are being held back.
According to the parliamentary intelligence and security committee (ISC), middle management at MI5, MI6...
Friday 6th Mar 2015
posted by Morning Star in Britain
GCHQ teamed up with US’s NSA to hack mobile phones
Saturday 21st Feb 2015
posted by Paddy McGuffin in Britain
Saturday 7th Feb 2015
Monday 1st Dec 2014
posted by Joana Ramiro in Britain
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Thursday 20th Nov 2014