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Britain’s spy agency GCHQ denies wiretapping Trump

The White House has apologized to British intelligence officials after alleging that the U.K. security agency wiretapped Donald Trump during the presidential campaign. National security adviser H.R.

Fox Lies Have Consequences! US Must Formally Apologize

Some background: On Tuesday's Fox and Friends, Judge Napolitano alleged that President Obama had sources from the British intelligence services spy on then president-elect Trump. We've been hearing a
White House Reportedly Apologizes to U.K. for Spying Allegations

White House Reportedly Apologizes to U.K. for Spying Allegations

The White House press secretary repeated Fox allegations that Britain helped spy on Trump.
White House Reportedly Apologizes to U.K. for Spying Allegations

White House Reportedly Apologizes to U.K. for Spying Allegations

The White House press secretary repeated Fox allegations that Britain helped spy on Trump.

Boo Hoo. Fox News Forced To Deny Napolitano's Claims

Yesterday during his presser with Angela Merkel, Trump threw Judge Napolitano and Fox News under the bus, refusing to accept any responsibility for implicating British intelligence in his wiretapping

Fox News Takes Judge Napolitano Off The Air

Were you wondering what happened to Judge Napolitano after he alleged the Brits spied on Trump for President Obama? The LA Times is reporting that Fox News has shelved the judge for the time being.

Napolitano “on break” by Fox over GCHQ claim?

International man of ... incidents?

Report: Andrew Napolitano thinks Trump might put him on the Supreme Court

“He said, ‘Trump said I’m on the list.’”

Judge Napolitano Is Back...and Sticking To His GCHQ Story?

Barely ten days ago, Fox News was publicly humiliated when their employee, Judge Napolitano, was shown to the the source of an unverified report that President Obama used the UK's GCHQ to wiretap

Intelligence agencies didn’t see Manchester bomber as imminent threat

When U.K. police confirmed the identity of the Manchester suicide bomber as Salman Abedi, it was not entirely a surprise. U.K. Home Secretary Amber Rudd admitted Wednesday that Abedi was “somebody
UK intelligence agencies face surveillance claims in European court

UK intelligence agencies face surveillance claims in European court

Civil rights groups bring first major legal challenge since Edward Snowden’s whistleblowing revelationsThe first major challenge to the legality of UK intelligence agencies intercepting private
U.K. Spies Are Worried About the Kaspersky Software That Barclays Gave Its Customers For Free

U.K. Spies Are Worried About the Kaspersky Software That Barclays Gave Its Customers For Free

Kaspersky is under scrutiny for its alleged ties to Russian intelligence.
U.K. Spies Are Worried About the Kaspersky Software That Barclays Gave Its Customers For Free

U.K. Spies Are Worried About the Kaspersky Software That Barclays Gave Its Customers For Free

Kaspersky is under scrutiny for its alleged ties to Russian intelligence.
Britain is losing potential spies to big tech—so it’s speeding up the vetting process

Britain is losing potential spies to big tech—so it’s speeding up the vetting process

The UK government is going to speed up the way it vets and hires new recruits at its spy agency Government Communications Headquarters, which is…
Britain’s spy agency can’t stop losing cyber talent to major tech companies

Britain’s spy agency can’t stop losing cyber talent to major tech companies

The NSA isn’t the only secretive national intelligence agency having trouble keeping its tech-savvy recruits. In a new document from the Intelligence and Security Committee of Parliament, Britain’s
GCHQ sought to 'better liaise' with watchdog, court document shows

GCHQ sought to 'better liaise' with watchdog, court document shows

Privacy campaigners say letter to commissioner reveals a ‘blatant attempt to bury embarrassing evidence’GCHQ tried to open up a privileged channel of communication with the oversight commissioner