In the news – September 2016

1 September 2016

Professor Anthony Glees appearances:

  • “International experts have differing views on need for European army”, Penza News, 31 August
  • “MP Keith Vaz’s angry constituents say he has brought shame on Leicester and should quit”, The Mirror, 4 September
  • “Sex shame politician Keith Vaz ‘not fit to be an MP’ after escort scandal”, Daily Record, 4 September
  • “May flies into new Chinese security row”, The Sunday Times, 4 September
  • He was quoted in various articles about Anjem Choudary: Daily Mail, 7 September; The Express, 12 September; The Mirror, 6 September; Daily Star, 7 September; The Sun, 7 September; Daily Telegraph, 7 September
  • Britain and Brexit by Hessischer Rundfunk Frankfurt
  • He was interviewed about the Labour leadership election on BBC Three Counties Radio
  • “Maritime security and border control on the home front”, Security News Desk, 13 September
  • ‘The seventh man? Letter reveals new 1950s Cambridge spy suspect but judge rules he can’t be named – as he is still alive”, Daily Mail, 19 September
  • “MP security spending increases threefold in wake of Jo Cox killing”, iNews, 21 September
  • “Aristocratici inglesi spie dei russi, c’era un settimo uomo, “è ancora vivo”. Ma la privacy…”, Blitz, 21 September
  • Professor Glees was interviewed on German Info-Radio in Berlin about the Labour party’s leadership election and its implications for Brexit

Professor Glees has been in Rome speaking on Britain’s security in the post-Brexit environment to a conference of MEPs.