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  • But Lord Armstrong, who coined the phrase 'economical with the truth' during the Peter Wright 'spycatcher' case, is understood to have rejected such plans.

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  • The FBI's top spycatcher, Robert Bryant, was more explicit: "" This thing was thoroughly vetted at appropriate levels.

    Bureaucratic Finger Pointing

  • "You don't make a lesser offense -- an obscure lesser offense -- the centerpiece of a prosecution in a major espionage case," says John Martin, the Justice Department's legendary former spycatcher.

    The Nuclear Spy Case Suffers A Meltdown

  • The spycatcher who broke our enemies the old British way - with charm, country walks and custard creams

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  • "Meaning that I once heard a very great spycatcher say that, if you wanted to wear a moleskin jacket, you should look for a time when your target could have been nobbled.

    Final Resting Place of The Pen

  • Reviews: ‘Michael Caine re-dons spycatcher duds in Blue Ice, a determinedly old-fashioned actioner that’s terminally light on real thrills.’

    Gone to Norway, bumper post below

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