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Thursday, 20 October 2011

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Adam Werrity

It is thought the Police may have gone too far in their latest secret spying operation 'Spoof Tory' in which their recruit Adam Werrity moved surreptitiously into the Ministry of Defence and organised the work schedule of the Minister of Defence, Liam Fox.

Fox is currently appealing against his dismissal/resignation for allowing Werrity into his confidence. Fox claims that the underhand operation by the Police to alter Government policy had gone 'one step too far'.

Prime Minister David Cameron said he knew nothing about the Police Spy and has called for an urgent enquiry to report sometime in the future. MI5 would not comment about the situation but when I met a man in a Park he handed me a Dossier of information that has clearly broken the Official Secrets Act.

We cannot give exact words in the Dossier but it is a reworking of the Official Secrets Act and allows the secret police to operate as they did in Russia during the time of Communist rule.

We approached the 'Sun' with this story but someone known as an undercover spy at the paper laughed off these 'ridiculous rumours'.

How many spies are there out there? It is obvious that the National Trust has been infiltrated by spies as they defend the Green Belt in defiance of progress.

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