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Little Britain: Brexit and the UK-US special intelligence relationship

What will happen to “the closest intelligence relationship between any two nation states in history”?

By Calder Walton  

The UK Government Communications Headquarters ©Barry Batchelor/PA Archive/Press Association Images

The past month has seen an earthquake of magnitude ten in British politics, producing seismic shocks across the European Union and the Atlantic. First came the decision to exit the EU, the most surprising political result in modern British history, which not only led to the downfall of David Cameron, but also plunged the UK into a constitutional crisis. Then came the publication of John Chilcot’s long-awaited report into the…

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