In the news – October 2016
1 October 2016
Professor Anthony Glees: Radio and TV appearances
- Brexit on WDR, West German Radio.
- Mrs May and Brexit policies on West German Radio WDR 1
- the report that Yahoo allowed the NSA to mine its data on BBC World TV
- border security issues in the wake of a massive increase in the theft of British passports, BBC Radio Scotland
- the jihadi who was prevented from going to Daesh at taxpayers’ expense, BBC Oxford
- interviewed on Hessischer Rundfunk on Brexit and Scotland
- interviewed on Premier Christian Radio on church security (listen to interview)
- religious practices and humane slaughter of animals on BBC Oxford
- the Commons’ wish to see Sir Philip Green stripped of his knighthood on BBC Radio London’s Vanessa Feltz Programme
- Britain and Germany in the context of Brexit by German National TV (ARD/ZDF) for a special one hour programme
- ‘Hundreds of ISIS jihadis “slip back into Britain from Iraq and Syria”’, Daily Star, 9 October
- ‘Almost 400 ISIS jihadis “have slipped back into BRITAIN from Iraq and Syria”’, The Express, 9 October
- ‘Almost 400 ISIS jihadis trained in Iraq and Syria are now at large on Britain’s streets’, Daily Mail, 9 October
- ‘Only 14 of 400 British ISIS fighters who returned to UK after fighting in Syria have been jailed’, The Mirror, 9 October
- ‘Police denied access to terror intelligence’, Sunday Post, 11 October
- ‘Edward Snowden leak suggests PSNI had access to web activity and phone records’, Irish News, 17 October
Professor Glees gave the keynote talk on “Britain’s Security in the post-Brexit environment” to the 4Secure Cybersecurity annual conference at the Imperial War Museum, London: https://www.4-secure.com.
He gave a keynote lecture on “MI5 and the Soviet Intelligence War, 1939-45” at the University of Oxford’s Day School on “Cold War Espionage” at Rewley House.