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The Wilson Doctrine isn't legally binding, MPs CAN be spied on, says QC

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Reneging on a "gentlemen's agreement"

My sympathy levels are close to zero. But I thought one of the advantages of our Humphrey-based Civil Service was supposed to be its ability to take the long view? In which case blatantly shafting politicians over such a clear and public agreement doesn't seem to be that bright an idea.

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