Leaders’ talks must stay secret – Blair adviser – The Guardian

Posted April 26th, 2007 in confidentiality, news, official secrets act by sally

“Sir Nigel Sheinwald, the prime minister’s top foreign policy adviser, told an Old Bailey jury yesterday that private talks between world leaders must remain secret however illegal or morally abhorrent the nature of their discussions.”

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The Guardian, 26th April 2007

Source: www.guardian.co.uk

‘Secrets leak’ civil servant opposed Iraq war – The Times

Posted April 24th, 2007 in Iraq, news, official secrets act by sally

“A civil servant accused of leaking a highly classified document about the Government’s policy on Iraq admitted to Scotland Yard that he opposed the war, the Old Bailey was told yesterday. David Keogh, 50, who was employed by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office but seconded to a Cabinet Office communications centre beneath the Ministry of Defence in Whitehall, has pleaded not guilty to breaching the Official Secrets Act 1989.”

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The Times, 24th April 2007

Source: www.timesonline.co.uk