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UK spy chief said no terror threat before 7/7: paper

The head of Britain’s domestic spy service told a group of senior lawmakers there was no imminent terrorist threat to the country less than 24 hours before the London bombings in July 2005, a newspaper reported on Tuesday. Eliza Manningham-Buller, director general of MI5, had been speaking at a private meeting of members of parliament for the governing Labour Party on the morning of July 6, the Guardian said, citing a number of those present. Full Story

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