An ex-MI6 chief and a former head of the Armed Forces have warned that the Prime Minister’s Brexit deal will threaten national security if it is not defeated.
The head of MI6 has said he was “perplexed” by the jailing of a British academic for spying in the United Arab Emirates.
The head of MI6 has said it will continue to work to “strengthen our indispensable security ties in Europe” amid Brexit.
The head of MI6, Alex Younger, says there is a need for “fourth-generation espionage” as adversaries take advantage of “blurred lines” between the cyber and physical worlds.
The head of MI6 will warn rogue states not to underestimate the UK’s capabilities as he underlines the need for a new era of spying amid emerging threats.