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DescriptionSir Richard Dearlove (left), former Chief of MI6 and currently Master of Pembroke College, Cambridge; Professor Christopher Andrew (right), Official Historian of MI5 and President of Corpus Christi College
Date10 April 2010, 18:46
SourceSir Richard Dearlove & Christopher Andrew
AuthorMohamed Nanabhay from Qatar
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