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Defending the Realm: Inside MI5 and the War on Terrorism Paperback – 2 Jun 2003
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About the Author
Nick Fielding is a senior correspondent on the Sunday Times. In recent months he has been reporting and investigating the war against Bin Laden, Al Qaeda and terrorism. Mark Hollingsworth is a freelance journalist and author. He writes primarily for The Guardian, FT, and Mail on Sunday. He was a journalist at Granada TV's World in Action programme from 1988-92 and previous publications include The Ultimate Spin Doctor: Life & Fast Times of Tim Beil (Hodder 1997), Thatcher's Gold: Life & Times of Mark Thatcher (S&S 1995), A Bit on the Side: Politicians, Who Pays Them? (S&S 1994), MPs for Hire: Secret World of Political Lobbying (Bloomsbury 1991), Blacklist: Inside Story of Political Vetting (Chatto 1988) & The Press & Political Dissent (Pluto 1986).
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This explains much about the ineffectiveness and double standards of 'Stop The War', 'Amnesty International' and many other 'protest' groups.
The authors discover something is clearly very wrong with MI5 - the question is what exactly? Why should so much be going on that appears to be against the interests of the country?
These two authors used to work for Punch - Mohammed Al-Fayed's magazine which was forced to close.
All in all a bang up to date exposee of much that's wrong with the UK secret state. All this achieved without compromising national security. All involved deserve a medal for services to the people and against the ruthless abuse of power in the UK.
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