GCHQ Iraq War Bugging Operations (Links)

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UK GCHQ spied on Kofi Annan says ex-Cabinet Minister: Transcript of Clare Short's interview on BBC Radio 4 (link)

Guardian newspaper coverage of government's decision to withdraw its prosecution of Katherine Gun (who was employed at GCHQ): Spy case casts fresh doubt on war legality (link), interview with Katherine Gun (link) and background on: US bugging operation run by GCHQ

Original memo from the NSA in the USA asking for GCHQ's interception of communications from Angola, Cameroon, Chile Bulgaria and Guinea prior to the second UN vote on Iraq (which failed): Memo (pdf)

Note: GCHQ is the Government Communications Headquarters which, in conjunction with the National Security Agency (NSA) in the USA, has conducted global communications interceptions since the UKUSA agreement of 1947.

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