Skripal poisoning, it was on the door

Skripal poisoning, it was on the door When Teresa May said in Parliament, “It is now clear that Mr Skripal and his daughter were poisoned with a military-grade nerve agent of a type developed by Russia. This is part of a group of nerve agents known as ‘Novichok’.”...

Salisbury, sleepy hollow or spooks playground?

Salisbury, sleepy hollow or spooks playground? The assassination attempts on Sergei and Yulia Skripal on 4th March has left the world reeling in horror at the first use of a nerve agent in Europe, never mind one Teresa May described as a ‘military grade Novichok’...

Sun Tzu and the Art of Fake News

by Philip Ingram MBE There are elements of the press who seem to suggest that fake news is something new, it isn’t, and it has its roots back to the 6th century, but before I delve that far back I want to take a quick look to only 74 years ago. The Second World War...

Is there a continuing clear and present danger?

Is there a continuing clear and present danger? by Philip Ingram MBE As support from around the world grows for Prime Minister Teresa Mays stance on what she refers to as the "unlawful use of force" by the Russians on UK soil, with the poisoning of the former Russian...

Sergei Skripal – was it an assassination?

Sergei Skripal - was it an assassination? by Philip Ingram MBE Updated 08 Mar ‪As someone who commanded an intelligence unit with a capability for the covert surveillance of Russian intelligence operations, I think I am qualified to do some analysis of detail that is...