A Ministry of Defence official is due to appear in court today charged with breaching the Official Secrets Act, Scotland Yard has said. Edward Devenney, 29, is accused of communicating information which could be deemed to be useful to an enemy of the state.He was arrested by officers in Plymouth on Tuesday morning before being charged last night, the Metropolitan Police said.
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A teenager appeared in court yesterday charged with making offensive comments on Facebook about the deaths of six British soldiers. Azhar Ahmed, 19, has been accused of committing an offence under the Communications Act of sending a... Read Post