New exhibition reveals the secrets of spies
See yourself as a real-life James Bond or Eve Polastri? To celebrate 100 years of the UK’s spy headquarters, the Science Museum is unveiling secret files and gadgets from a century of spying.
‘Now we need a real Bond,’ says Mail writer
Britain’s most famous spy, James Bond, will be back in cinemas on Monday. He has now spent over half a century saving the world. Do we need his kind in real life, or is he a poor role model?
Fury over US and UK spying as new details leaked
Leaked files show that US and UK spy agencies are monitoring global communications on a massive scale. The targets of this snooping are furious – but spies say they are keeping people safe.
US rift with Russia deepened by ‘spy in wig’
The far-from-glamorous sight of an American diplomat in Moscow, in crude disguise and arrested as a spy, has set the world laughing. But is there serious intent behind this farce?
James Bond’s patriotism shaken not stirred
To mark the 50th anniversary of the James Bond films, ‘Skyfall’ asks audiences to question the agent’s patriotism. What kind of country has the England he serves become?
New film casts spycraft in bleak light
A new film, out this September, paints a bleak picture of Cold War spies who never know what to trust or who to believe. Is information gathered by intelligence agents ever reliable?