I recently watched Safe House, an espionage thriller about a former intelligence service officer who goes on the run to guard a deadly secret. Most of these thrillers are just the same humdrum storyline rehashed, but at least this film was clearly written by someone who knows something about the job.
The reality is that new evidence on torture continues to bubble up - and William Hague's proposals on changes to the British justice system are designed not to address these abuses, but simply to keep them secret.
The Scotsman is in no doubt what the big story is today - Megrahi's death bed 'confession'. It puts confession in quotes
PRESS ASSOCIATION -- The British security service traded information with Libya in return for intelligence extracted from
Documents retrieved by Human Rights Watch from Colonel Gaddafi’s former intelligence chief reveal embarrassingly close ties
Secret files have been unearthed by The Independent in Tripoli that reveal the astonishingly close links that existed between
When Mike O’Brien first met Colonel Gaddafi the Libyan leader was wearing cut-off shorts and a bush hat with its front turned