BBC 'helping' defence

Daxx

MIA
Book Reviewer
Perhaps, with a potential increase in role, maybe UKSF is after a bigger slice of the fiscal pie :)
 
It’s an irregular verb:

I have convivial lunches with Fleet Street’s finest.
You have briefed the Press.
He has committed offences against the Official Secrets Act.
 

jrwlynch

LE
Book Reviewer
It’s an irregular verb:

I have convivial lunches with Fleet Street’s finest.
You have briefed the Press.
He has committed offences against the Official Secrets Act.
Bernard Wooley walt :)
 

Wightsparker

War Hero
It’s an irregular verb:

I have convivial lunches with Fleet Street’s finest.
You have briefed the Press.
He has committed offences against the Official Secrets Act.
I am aware that such lunches may have taken place, where the naval/military/crab participant has been later appalled to see his/her/its words in print.

This story, however, smacks of a deliberate leak.
 
It’s an irregular verb:

I have convivial lunches with Fleet Street’s finest.
You have briefed the Press.
He has committed offences against the Official Secrets Act.
Bernard Woolley walt

ETA: Really should read a new thread to the end before commenting - although at least one of us has spelt his name wrong
 

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