We demand our D Notice from MI6

Where is it? We're miffed

Security agency MI6 has slapped a D Notice on the press which effectively gags newspapers from printing details of its operatives. We wrote a story about the Web site that posted information on the agents yesterday, but we're a bit disturbed we haven't yet received a D Notice in the post. In the days of the disastrous Suez Crisis, the UK government gagged stories appearing in the press about the invasion debacle. Papers responded to the ban by printing papers with white space where the stories should be. So here's our story about the spies, written in invisible cyber-ink, below. ®

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