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Security Services

Volume 118: debated on Monday 29 June 1987

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49.

asked the Attorney-General what has been the total cost to date in each of the past three years of legal attempts by Her Majesty's Government to prevent the publication of books and articles on British security services; and which foreign publications have been involved.

Over the last three years, the total cost has been about £315,000. The foreign publications concerned have been a manuscript by Mr. Peter Wright and a book "One Girl's War" by the late Joan Miller.