Monday, June 19, 2006

US 'issued alert' on 7/7 bomber in 2003

Can the heads of Britain's intelligence services fail to resign, if this story proves to be true?

US 'issued alert' on 7/7 bomber in 2003 - Britain - Times Online


Anonymous said...

A senior British security source has told The Times that they were aware of the allegations but said that they were “untrue and one of the many myths that have grown up around Khan”.

So the short answer to the question of whether any UK officals or politicians will resign is: "No!"

Tom Paine said...

...but the question was phrased conditionally. Are they so shameless as not to resign, if it proves to be true?

Serf said...

They will find a way of making someone junior take the flack.

As an aside, who at ministerial level is responsible for intelligence? Defence, Home Office, Prime Minister?