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April 2014
James Naughtie's spy thriller, The Madness of July, is the work of a man steeped in the politics of the BBC
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October 2011
Book review of Castlereagh: Enlightenment, War and Tyranny by John Bew
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October 2011

SHIRAZ MAHER

The Foreign and Commonwealth Office, along with the Security Service and Secret Intelligence Service, has come under intense scrutiny in recent months over allegations that they colluded in the torture of

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April 2010
Choose Your Weapons: The British Foreign Secretary — Two Centuries of Conflict and Personalities by Douglas Hurd
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