Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab has been forced to deny that Downing Street is in the grip of a "Kremlin mole" after the Government delayed the publication of a report into alleged Russian interference in UK elections.
The “brilliant minds” of the GCHQ security agency are tackling the challenges presented by rapid technology change, its boss has said.
Tony Comer – who has worked for GCHQ for 36 years and has spent the last 10 as its historian – picks high-profile moments from its history.
Alan Turing was a wartime hero whose later life was overshadowed by a conviction for homosexual activity, which was later considered unjust and discriminatory.
As he delves into the GCHQ archives, not a day goes by without Tony Comer discovering snippets of information he can piece together to learn something fascinating about the history of the spy agency.
Rapid changes in technology are posing “unique challenges” to the security services which will face “enormous complexity” in the future, the boss of GCHQ has said.
Rachel Riley has gone “undercover” as a Poppy Appeal collector to celebrate the thousands of volunteers who give up their free time for the Royal British Legion’s annual appeal.
Britain has put in place a number of “protective” measures to guard against Russian cyber activity in the wake of the Salisbury attack, a senior intelligence official has disclosed.