Telegraph's Spook Scoops

The Telegraph has been noticeably ahead of the pack on one particular story this week. It would appear their very own Richard Spencer is flavour of the month over at Albert Embankment:

“‘We have various ways of keeping track of this ship and that is what we are doing,’ a source told The Daily Telegraph.”

“…with no insurance covering the ship security sources say it may now have to return to port.”

“…a move which a Western defence source said was intended as a powerful signal that Russia would not tolerate foreign military intervention.”

“Russia was particularly unnerved after William Hague, the Foreign Secretary, and other Western officials compared the slaughter in Syria to the civil war in Bosnia in the 1990s, the Western defence source said.”

“…the deployment also signalled that Russia was hedging its bets, according to the source.”

Spooky…




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