January 30th, 2014

D-Noticed Issued on Naming Spies

A D-Notice yesterday went out warning editors against naming spooks:



Editorial Legal Services


Private and Confidential:  Not for publication, broadcast or use on social

To all Editors,

There have been a number of cases over the last 2 days where editors have
attempted to establish a link between a person’s identity and his
membership of the security services.  Any such linkage is likely to cause
a significant increase in the threat to a person’s life and to that of his
family, major disruption to current security operations and a significant
cost in attempting to relocate households.

May I take this opportunity to remind editors that DA Notice 05 advises,

inter alia, that the following should not be published:

‘…..   (b) the identities, whereabouts and tasks of people who are or
have been employed by these services or engaged on such work, including
details of their families and home addresses, and any other information,
including photographs, which could assist terrorist or other hostile
organizations to identify a target…..’

No responsible editor would want to name serving spies active in the field surely? It’s not like the authorities are looking for an excuse to go round smashing up journalists’ laptops. Oh…


  1. 1
    Orson Cart says:



    • 6
      Gordon 007.999999999 says:

      I am a Spy. Licenced to Kill.


      • 28

        I have my fingers in my ears and my eyes are shut, as I was told.

        Please tell me when I can listen and look again?

        *How will I know when they tell me?*


        • 35
          Ready or not, here we come says:

          As long as you keep your eyes shut and can’t see us,we won’t be able to see you back. So how will we know when to say?

          Maybe you should try humming.


          • Pschye the Dog says:

            Well Fawkesy you have published the Advisory Defence Note, you will have to be prepared to be woken up @ 05.30 tomorrow morning, I think they will try the pyscholicical approach if that does not work, a slight ruffling up of your body but no marks left, know what I mean?


      • 38
        EffU2 says:

        People who “work” in the “securirty services” don’t work for us, they work for themselves, for Politicians and for Politician’s cronies.
        They mainly try to crawl up people’s ar.ses through their computers and phones, so Screw them.


        • 123
          FFS says:

          Fair enough.

          I we can stop the security services doing their job, they won’t be able to stop the Muzzie terrorists from doing THEIR job.Which means instead of killing the odd soldier in the street, they will kill thousands.

          That, at least, will encourage us to finally lance the boil of !slam!c millitancy.


          • EffU2 says:

            I’d rather have these alleged “Muzzie terrorists” than the scum who instigated a pointless war against Muslims on the basis of LIES.

            “Security” services create insecurity to stay in bisness.


          • FFS says:

            Is it really an either/or?

            I mean, can’t we do without the Muzzie terrorists and the politicians that start illegal wars?

            Sounds possible? Maybe?


          • EffU2 says:

            Even 60% of yanks now prefer privacy over “protection” from “terrorists”.
            Better do another false flag op or provoke some people into a revenge attack.


        • 202
          MB. says:

          ‘People who “work” in the “securirty services” don’t work for us, they work for themselves, ‘

          You could similar about journalists especially those working for the Cayman Island Daily


      • 133
        sarah brown says:

        i love pussy galore


    • 12
      Dave says:

      I am a Double agent, or is it a treble?


    • 32
      Labour HQ says:

      Does this D Notice mean that we can no longer name Ed Miliband, or does it apply to UK security services only?


    • 52
      Tony Blair says:

      I put a 100 year D-notice on Labour nonces!

      What is important is.


    • 82
      Spooks in UK says:

      Can we name foreign spies, clearly already in the UK?


    • 204
      broderick crawford says:

      Careful on this one gweeds you may have crossed tbe rubicon publishing a D Notice.

      Hope your servers are bomb proof somewhere in Alice Springs or the Mojave Desert .


      • 209
        Pschye the Dog says:

        He probably thinks he has the prtection of the Master, you know what a poor memory the Master and his sons have.


    • 217
      Phoney 'd also' blare says:

      Old mental one eye is on a d notice, is he not?


    • 233
      Anonymous says:

      “Every breath you take

      Every move you make

      Every bond you break

      Every step you take

      I’ll be watching you.”

      The Police


  2. 2
    Politicus says:

    Interesting. You sometimes wonder if Ed Miliband is a French plant, a sleeper cell that’s been activated to sabotage the British economy. Brooks Newmark seems to be a CIA stooge too.


  3. 3
    Mr John Smith says:

    The Red Haddock flies at midnight.


    • 8
      Anonymous says:

      Where’s Milli going?


    • 9
      Scorpia says:

      The buttocks of the eagle are singing.


    • 60
      So, which one of you has been talking to Merkel? says:


      • 124
        Socialism Ate My Future says:

        She should know all the surveillance techniques, being ex Stasi in her “yoof”


        • 155
          Honest citizen says:

          Don’t be fucking stupid

          Her father was a Protestant minister and anti communist

          Her family were victims of the Stasi

          Smearing has its limits you know

          Unless you work for Murdoch of course


          • FFS says:

            “that the family’s ability to travel freely from East to West Germany during the following years, as well as their possession of two automobiles, leads to the conclusion that Merkel’s father had a “sympathetic” relationship with the communist regime”

            “Later, at the Academy of Sciences, she became a member of the FDJ district board and secretary for “Agitprop” (Agitation and Propaganda). Merkel claimed that she was secretary for culture.”

            Smears indeed!


          • Socialism Ate My Future says:

            Does everyone you don’t agree with work for Murdoch?

            Quite easy being a keyboard warrior though, must break your time up on world of Warcraft


    • 210
      Pschye the Dog says:

      The moon does not rise over the Niva tonight


  4. 4
    BZ says:

    But when the spies name themselves and go on the telly and advertise for spies in the papers. What is the point of not naming them when they have already published their names themselves?


    • 22
      Hat's Off says:

      True. I’d bet half the MPs in the House of Commons have told their partners they went to that brothel while on a secret fact finding mission.


      • 130
        Mike Hancock MP says:

        Who amongst us can say we’ve never been to a brothel whilst on a fact-finding mission? Let Him cast the first stone.


  5. 5
    Observant says:

    Gordo Macmong is a Scottish spy in the pay of big Irn Bru. Sequester the bastard.


  6. 7
    nell says:

    is this labour trying to protect arniegraf from exposure?


  7. 10
    alister says:

    I thought it was the Americans who leaked the names of their own CIA officers, when it suits them, not us leaking ours.


  8. 12
    CIA says:

    Does this apply to Anjem?


    • 19
      ?? says:

      Are You B1lly B0wden? Whenever Choudray is mentioned on here 24/7/365 you pop up within seconds accusing the CIA of employing him.


      • 25
        CIA says:

        The CIA are proud to neither confirm or deny that they employ such a fine upstanding young man. Any time of day or night.


  9. 14
    Please says:

    Listen to voters.
    Deport foreign criminals.


  10. 15
    Jmf says:

    Milliband is a Moscow Plant, or maybe he is just a plant


  11. 18
    M­a­­q­bo­­ul says:

    The name is not Bond. Not James Bond.


  12. 20
    Border Patrol says:

    Arnie Graf is working for MI6

    So no more comments boys and girls


  13. 23
    Sugar puffs says:

    If its going to put their life in danger then it’s a duty to mention Gordon Brown is a spy.
    He lives in Scotland.

    The man is as red as they come. Probably KGB or GRU or MFI.
    Anyway anyone who stabs his buttock with a cyanide brolley will be serving their country.


  14. 24
    Freedom of the press says:

    Speaking of D notices

    How many are out there?

    Is the one Blair issued to cover up the peedos still applicable?


  15. 26
    Just Sayin' says:

    Private Eye never used to publish D-Notices, for all Hislop’s faux outrage.


  16. 27
    M­a­­q­bo­­ul says:

    Forget about spies, the useless MoD has just sent the army into the Somerset Levels. It should have been the fucking navy.


    • 86
      Aethelstan says:

      King Alfred, the great Anglo-Saxon leader, started his campaign to take over England there, so it sounds about right.


    • 96
      SleeplessInKirkaldy says:

      Hopefully the Royals won’t get confused when they see shaggy bearded types and start slotting hippies near Glastonbury


  17. 30
    Vlad the chess player says:

    And I heard on RT that there are still 56 super gag orders in force in the UK

    And you all talk about having a free press.?


  18. 36
    Denis Cooper says:

    “No responsible editor would want to name serving spies active in the field surely?”

    Not talking about a responsible editor, talking about the editor of the Guardian.


  19. 39
    NSA/GCHQ says:

    These chaps issuing D notices are a generation behind

    We bug and hack everyone now

    From our sofas in Cheltenham and Maryland

    We just need Plod to do the arrests

    Fire all the other hangers on


  20. 41
    Standby for roaring trade in Plod Proof ECU's says:

    How police could soon be able to turn cars off remotely ‘at the flick of a switch’ under secret new EU plans
    Secretive committee agreed to develop ‘remote stopping’ device by 2020
    Device ‘to be fitted to all cars’ and allow police to shut off fuel and ignition
    Critics slam ‘draconian’ decision by ‘unaccountable secretive clique’



    • 48
      The Bastards do not trust the people says:

      You just know that governments will use this under emergency powers.

      VIP’s passing by
      Zil Lanes

      They will not be able to resist it.

      The EU could even switch a whole country or continent off if it wished of course official vehicles will have over rides.

      Fuck Them


      • 172
        Bilda Berger says:

        Interesting project for hackers. “It’s Friday at 5.45 p.m. Let’s put the M25 into gridlock.”

        Someone somewhere hasn’t thought this through.


        • 183
          Professor plum says:

          Would anyone notice the fuckin difference?


        • 184
          Fly on the wall says:

          If it can be installed it can be disabled or removed. Who’s to know?

          Besides which these devices already exist and are often found in expensive luxury cars. if some one nicks your wheels, just buzz the security company and they can disable the motor in seconds bringing the vehicle safely to a stop with its precise location showing on a laptop at the office.

          So really quoi de neuf?


          • George Orwell says:

            Nah, they’ll put it in the engine management system. Removal will disable the engine.

            I told you this would happen. Notice how much effort they puit into controlling the middle-classes. They don’t seem nearly so keen on controlling the underclass.


        • 207
          Hacker says:

          Sod the M25 – let’s run every bastard MP into a brick wall at mach 2.

          Think of the fun we could have with the Euro mongs, or even the Global warming nuts in their stretch limos at the next “save the planet” jamboree.

          Or even running greenpeace activists over with their own electric cars.

          Or making every Totota Prius short circuit.



    • 55
      Honest citizen says:

      “Home Office mandarins” signed off this agreement

      With whose authority?

      May or Cameron?

      Withiut any debate in Parliament?

      Impeach these traitors

      It’s like Blair giving NSA permission in 2007 to spy on ANY Brit without Parliamentary authority

      These people are the real criminals in Britain


    • 104
      John Bellingham says:

      I have been involved with advanced vehicle telematics for many years. This facility which would require factory-fitted devices in all cars has been the subject of a position paper calling for manufacturer/operator input for at least a decade. The primary function would be taxation via road pricing, transnational travel, area access and so on. The surveillance/cum policing aspect has been a way to get law enforcement on-side as the rules on when one can and cannot remotely disable a vehicle or check where it has been vary widely from country to country. (The concept of “switching a vehicle off” has been used for years, especially in the trucking business)


      • 115
        Go Fuck the EU says:


        Just because you can do it. Does not mean that you should do it.


        • 134
          Interested citizen says:


          Here is an interesting article on NSA GCHQ blacks ops


          We are well into the 1984 syndrome

          And these people are out of control because our politicians no longer have any honesty, integrity, patriotism or love of freedom (except for themseelves, of course)

          But I think the Chinese will turn out to be the real winners in the long run -so it might all be counter productive


          • Number Six says:

            Where am I?

            Number 2: In the Village.

            Number 6: What do you want?

            Number 2: Information.

            Number 6: Whose side are you on?

            Number 2: That would be telling.

            Number 6: You won’t get it.

            Number 2: By hook or by crook, we will.

            Number 6: Who are you?

            Number 2: The new Number 2.

            Number 6: Who is Number 1?

            Number 2: You are Number 6.

            Number 6: I am not a number, I am a free man.


  21. 46
    Mitch says:

    If the security services don’t name the people involved then how do Editors avoid inadvertantly naming them?


    • 57
      Gordon Ramsay says:


    • 81
      Probably the best statistic in the world says:

      The probability of naming a spook accidentally is around the same as that of winning the lottery.


      • 87
        The Looking Glass says:

        All you need is a list of people living in Cheltenham but not in the phone book to work your way through.


      • 88
        Mitch says:

        Except that these people are likely to be involved in activity that could be deemed ‘newsworthy’? If an Editor doesn’t know they’re a spook, how do they know not to name them?


        • 95
          There are no patriots in our government says:

          He could always ask.

          You know. Ask our trustworthy government for the truth?

          Thought not.


  22. 47
    Mike Hancock says:

    I’ve got a Licence to Jizz

    I like my constituent, Plenty O’Toole.

    I groped a schoolgirl. It scared The Living Daylights out of her.

    I’m not a pervert. I’m The Man With The Golden Shower.

    My career is set to Die Another Day.

    The photos on my laptop are For My Eyes Only.

    If I was a GP, my female patients would say: Dr, no!


  23. 49
    Gordon Ramsay says:

    Oh, you meant spies?


  24. 50
    Licence to Kill says:

    Fuck what anyone says. Dalton was the best Bond ever.


  25. 52
    Anonymous says:

    I spy=======


  26. 54
    Jack Ketch says:

    If a employee of the Crown, one with a very high level civil service post, say, acted in a manner that over a period of time was seriously detrimental to the interests of the country and then, after retirement, was presented with ginormous pots of money from foreign potentates and louche villas in various parts of the world and if he passed essential State secrets to those potentates in return for that vast wealth–would he be a spy, an agent of influence or a frigging traitor?
    Would his name be spelled B-L-A-I(redacted)?


    • 59
      I hope he dies a slow painful death from cancer says:

      All three.


    • 62
      Everyone in the Middle East says:

      He’s a pretty straight kind of guy


    • 66
      Honest citizen says:

      Blair Mandelson Campbell

      Three obvious criminals and traitors


    • 222
      Number Six says:

      Funny that. For I was also an employee of the State, one with a high-level civil service post – but had enough and resigned. The powers-that-be considered this was seriously detrimental to the interests of the State/government and sent me to The Village. Number Two was for ever asking for “information!”, but he never got it.

      Good job this was just an interesting 1960s TV show – it that could never have happened?


  27. 58
    She's a future Fabian says:


    • 61
      Mitch says:

      Explain how the banks currently work, Jasmine, I’d love to share your wide experience on the matter.


      • 84
        Jasmin Beckett says:

        I cried when I read “OUT OF ORDER” on a cash machine. I want all bankers dead.


      • 98
        Computer say No !!! says:

        Having spent many years prior to retirement working for a High Street bank and some of those years dealing with students I can confidently say that very few actually understand how banks actually work; what an overdraft limit is and why they can’t access their student loan payment before they actually pay in the cheque in


      • 119
        Cinna says:

        Ah! The fragrant Jasmine again. Does she need a new approach to her pocket money?


    • 67
      Mad, Bad & Dangerous Gordon McRuin ( Member in absentia ) says:

      I saved the World’s banks. No need to tamper with my brilliant merging of Lloyds Bank with Halifax Bank of Scotland.


    • 72
      Casual Observer 6 says:



    • 83
      Pulp says:

      Jasmin wants to live like common people she wants to do whatever common people do but of course she wont fail like common people because middle class lefties never do.


    • 102
      Ivor Bigun says:

      Oh, you said ‘banking’?

      I thought it was taking a long time.


    • 157
      M*k* H*ndyc*ck MP, CBE, CNT says:

      A new approach to what?


    • 223
      Piggy Banks says:

      Certainly not! You know it makes sense – for us at RBS. Just because our greedy and criminal actions caused the crash – why should we lose our bonuses? All together now – why do only fools…?


  28. 63
    Labour vs Labour says:

    For those who missed this yesterday, this is Alan Johnson shouting over and ridiculing Abbott over union reform. Postie’s a wanker but this was lulzy.


    • 127
      Cinna says:

      Collective voice, block votes, postal votes…it’s what Labour do.


    • 153
      Anonymong says:

      No bias?

      Funny how Fatbutt is given considerably more airtime than Postie.

      And why does she keep rolling her eyes? Shady, dodgy and morally corrupt. However some are more corrupt than others…


      • 189
        Fly on the wall says:

        She also failed to explain why one member more than one vote was desirable. Some sections of north London really are represented (?) by a thick obese Jamaican.


    • 224
      By the way says:

      Why is no one here questioning the cosy links between the Conservative Party, big business and the banks? No wonder banker’s bonuses are Safe in Tory hands.


  29. 65
    MI5 Wannabe says:

    ‘ere Chief, can I go ’round the BBC and smash them to fucking pieces yet?


  30. 69
  31. 70
    White D says:

    I had a D notice from the Benefits Office.


  32. 73
    Long John Silver's parrot says:

    It is at times like this that I am glad I am not a spy.

    There could be threats to my life and the lives of my family.

    I might even have to relocate house.

    Gosh .


    • 78
      a cheeky scouser says:

      Sounds to me that there is someone in MI6 or 7 or whatever it is with very little to do.

      Best tell him to get up to Nelson in Lancashire because there is an illegal on the loose.


  33. 77
    Casual Observer 6 says:

    i) Are they not meant to be DA Notices ?
    ii) Info will be on the web sooner or later.
    iii) Is this the latest wheeze to prevent the press investigating how security services funding is run under the DfID umbrella ?


    • 80
      Shakin Stevens says:

      My hair is a DA


    • 100
      cultural enricher says:

      is da notices wot bruv?
      yu is not makin sens
      no wot i meen like?


    • 107
      Historian says:

      Of course

      NSA and GCHQ are joined at the hip…with NSA funding large parts of GCHQ

      Both acting conducting industrial espionnage worldwide


      And GCHQ doing dirty work for NSA where NSA is forbidden from doing so and vice versa

      This is global gansterism to add to the gansterism of the Irak and other illegal wars, torture, rendition and so on of US and UK goivernments

      Plus generalised criminality and corruption among US and UK banks

      And generalised corruption of the British and American political systems

      Whar a counter example to offer the world…


  34. 85
    Lard Everard says:


  35. 91
    Reed Employment Agency says:

    Have you been to Oxbridge?
    Are you good at crosswords?
    Can you zip yourself up into a sports bag?

    If yes then a exciting career in British intelligence awaits.


  36. 92
    Bert Birt says:

    …. not for use on social media, eh?


  37. 94
    White Dee says:

    Me name be White Dee
    Me feelin horny
    Me want some big lovin
    With a man who’s iree


  38. 103
    Can YOU sing as well as them? says:


  39. 108
    Can YOU sing as well as them? says:


  40. 109
    A Prawn Sandwich says:

    Other than being a politician I cannot think of anything worse than being a spy.


  41. 112
    The Tea Party are loons says:


    • 126
      Ex Cops account says:

      You want to see snarly faces go to any demo organised by a left wing outfit.


      • 138
        The Loony Left says:


        • 229
          By the way says:

          How much evidence is needed to prove that we really are turning into a Police State? Perhaps people might start to understand how the miners suffered?


      • 152
        The Tea Party are loons says:

        What, these aren’t nice people?


      • 195
        Pedigree Chum says:

        She looks like one of Kim Jong Un’s attack dogs.


        • 232
          Anonymous says:

          Apart from the in-house right-winger, open-minded persons might have noticed the tactics used here? How the Policy were sent in to stir up protester, so that TV News can report how: violent, Low-life, scum, show disrespect to our highly-respected world-leader. And in other news…


  42. 116
    Lost in the wilderness says:

    What the fuck is wrong with this country when we/our press want to identify the poor sods whose only function is to protect our people. They don’t make policy/choose targets. Go after the politicians, they know who they are but are too afraid to even attempt to name them. Go for the cannon fodder, like happens in all businesses/commerce/services.


    • 178
      Jim says:

      It is the Standard of Principle in the Media today. They know nothing nor care for anything that matters to normal people. I think they themselves refer to it as 15 minutes of fame? The more people that are upset by it, the more smug and self-righteous they become.


      • 194
        Casual observer(2nd class) says:

        Your absolutley right. Either by being complacent or worse complicit, they have created unimaginable stress on occasions.


  43. 118
    Suey Suey says:


  44. 122
    Prime Minister David Cameron says:

    We must take the rough with the smooth, I said to Ed Balls, as I looked at Yvette Cooper.


  45. 135
    Interested citizen says:

    Edward Snowden should be given the Nobel Prize


  46. 137
    Anonymous says:

    JP Morgan collapsed yet?


    • 141
      Mad, Bad & Dangerous Gordon McRuin ( Member in absentia ) says:

      I saved the banks.


      • 160
        Sam the Skull drinking Buckfast in Maryhill and dodging the Strathclyde constabulary says:

        Gorgon Cyclops Son of the Manse still stalks the land (on both sides of the Tweed).


  47. 143
    Forget about the ECHR says:

    Parliament is Sovereign it is therefore impossible for Parliament to pass an “illegal” law as all laws passed by it are legal


    • 150
      Herman van Rompuy, unelected president of Britain, says:

      “Parliament is Sovereign”

      Haha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha haaaa!

      Now shut up and make sure I get next month’s payment of £1.83 billion, first thing Monday morning.

      Enjoy your cuts, suckers!


  48. 144
    Just wondrin says:

    How did David Blunkett Play……I Spy ( without lying )


    • 154
      David Blunkett says:

      Gordon Brown always won because he actually does have a little eye.


      • 169
        FFS says:

        “In the world of the blind man the one eyed man is king!”

        See? That turned out to be absolutely right. There’s a lot of wisdom in these old sayings.


    • 158
      This is exactly how it happened. says:

      Blunkett: “I spy with my little eye, something beginning with T.B.”

      Peter Mandelson: “ooh! ooh! Tony Blair!”

      Blunkett: “Nope.”

      Peter Mandelson: “ooh! ooh! Terrible Brown!”

      Blunkett: “Nope.”

      Peter Mandelson: “I give up! Tell me! Tell me!”

      Blunkett: “Total Blackness”


  49. 148
    Lord Oakshit says:

    Watch BBC QT tonight as I go into full foam-flecked, eye-bulging, vein-bursting defence of my brilliant LibDem Party.

    Vince Cable for PM !!


    • 161
      Casual observer(2nd class) says:

      Why do the Torys keep putting out these has beens/idiots/embarrassments to represent them. Ken Clarke may be politically savvy/astute but he will not resonate with the populus. The same goes for that money grabbing vacuum Nadine Dorris. Trwal through regional news and there are plenty of ‘normal’ Tory MPs.


      • 179
        Fish says:

        and Labour keep putting up people like Thornberry. She, Balls, Foghorn, Creagh, Mrs Balls, Lightweight Leslie have all been trained in interrupting their opponent. Being socialists they want to deny other the democratic right of freedom of speech.

        Thornberry is a particularly noxious example of a posh Islingtonista / Primrose Hillbilly. I won’t be watching but it’d be interesting to keep score of the numbers of interruption she makes.

        Christ, I’ve just seen anther noxious panellist – St Vincent’s mouthpiece – the one he uses when he is being particularly disloyal, Oakshitt.

        …and who the fuck is Cruella?


      • 180
        Hilda Berger says:

        Even the Gay ones?


      • 192
        Past the watershed says:

        How about the children?


        • 197
          Casual observer(2nd class) says:

          Lost me there. Obviously excluding any overt/latent kiddy fidlers, like all parties should. Unless you think otherwise?


    • 170
      I'm a fat smug biatch says:

      Fat Emily….again. Jeez, those chairs must be reinforced to the nth degree.


      • 213
        Bent Broadcasting Corp says:

        The usual suspects.

        If you want a laugh, try emailing QT and making a suggestion for a panel member other than the same old!

        It never happens.


  50. 149
    social observer says:

    From the current Speccie:
    “Indeed, in amongst the essays which are probably aimed at Brooks’s members, including detailed discussion of the history of its wine consumption by Hugh Johnson….”
    So you see what a single determined, capable individual can accomplish.


  51. 151
    The Last Quango in Paris says:

    Eleanor Laing’s top is interesting today.


  52. 156
    Bill Quango MP says:

    Guardian Media Group
    relaxing in the meeting room

    Alan – I spy with my little eye .. something beginning with…P

    Polly – Parasites!

    Alan – no

    George – Pointless!

    Alan – no!

    Polly – Porkies..Porky pies..!

    Alan – No!

    Polly – Pompous!

    Alan – NO NO!

    Polly – Pompous Pricks! Pompous, petulant, puffed up prats!

    Alan – No! it was Professional.
    We are professional!


  53. 166
    Pathetic says:


  54. 168
    MIKE HANDLECOCK (give me a chance princess) says:

    Daves Big secret society, does “D” notice stand for “Dave notice” ?


  55. 206
    Westminster's Gay Mafia says:


  56. 212
    Horny Dublo says:

    I have always been a cunning linguist!


  57. 214
    ..Silicon Implant!! says:

    So is this about a newspaper trying to out ‘our man in Al Queda’, or is this actually about trying to uncover something rotten in spook central, or who stitched up Ricky Tomlinson, or something else that should be in the public interest?


  58. 216
    Gary says:

    They have taken all of our freedom, to protect our freedoms.


  59. 219
    non taxable pikey says:

    Francois has a new bicycle.


  60. 226
    Number Two says:

    Ideas about information being in the Public Interest are so last year.
    (Honestly, it is about time people woke up)


  61. 227
    Anonymous says:

    “…I’m just an average man, with an average life.
    I work from nine to five; hey hell, I pay the price.
    All I want is to be left alone in my average home;
    But why do I always feel like I’m in the Twilight Zone.

    Why do, I always feel like somebody’s watching me…”


  62. 235
    Number Six says:

    I will not make any deals with you. I’ve resigned. I will not be pushed, filed, stamped, indexed, briefed, debriefed or numbered. My life is my own. I resign.

    Then again, I was only sent to The Village and was not found zipped up in a travel bag. Be seeing you.


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