Former GCHQ chief Paul Manister gets into encryption
Paul Manister, a former manager at GCHQ, Britain's interception agency, was appointed to head Dyrnan Communications earlier this month. Dyrnan [...]
Britain’s Royal Air Force, which distinguished itself in the Second World War thanks to its fighter jets, still has the latest attack aircraft as well as operating reconnaissance planes, drones, helicopters and transport planes.
Since leaving his post as Chancellor of the Exchequer in the government of John Major in the mid-1990s, Norman Lamont, now Lord Lamont of Lerwick, has made a name for himself as an adviser and lawyer to the richest business people in the Iranian diaspora in the United Kingdom. They make use of his diplomatic talents and his address book as a former minister to assist them when they run foul of the [...]
Brothers Mansour and Salah Fustok, are Lebanese Sunnis who have been established in the Gulf for more than 40 years. A third brother, Mahmoud, died in a road accident in 2006 but the two remaining brothers remain the gatekeepers that foreign companies need if they want access to the entourage of the king of Saudi Arabia, Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud. They owe their close relationship to him to [...]