The Elves and the Pixies at the bottom of your garden, do they talk back ?

MI5

In 1988, if you’d said MI5 the police would have said you’re a conspiracy theorist. In 1988, MI5 officially didn’t exist.

Comments from ‘sensible police officers’ would go along the lines: “You’re watching too many ITV television episodes of The Professionals”.

The Security Service Act 1989

In 1989, the Security Service Act 1989 officially recognised as existing MI5. It also gave it a legal framework, a budget, a publicly named Director-General and an official address.

MI5 are called The Security Services. In English law, that’s a fact.


MI6

In 1993, if you’d said MI6 the police would have said you’re a conspiracy theorist. In 1993, MI6 officially didn’t exist.

Comments from ‘sensible police officers’ would go along the lines: “You’re watching too many James Bond films” or “You’re reading too many Ian Fleming novels”.

The Intelligence Services Act 1994

In 1994, the Intelligence Services Act 1994 officially recognised as existing MI6. It also gave it a legal framework, a budget, a publicly named Director-General and an official address.

MI6 are called The Secret Intelligence Service. In English law, that’s a fact.


MI9

In 2004, if you’d said MI9 the police would have said you’re a conspiracy theorist. In 2004, MI9 officially didn’t exist.

Even today, comments from ‘sensible police officers’ might go along the lines: “Do you believe in Santa Claus ?” or “The Elves and Pixies at the bottom of your garden, do they talk back ?”

The Serious Organised Crime and Police Act 2005

In 2005, the Serious Organised Crime and Police Act 2005 officially recognised as existing MI9. It also gave it a legal framework, a budget, a publicly named Director-General and an official address.

MI9 are officially called SOCA (the Serious Organised Crime Agency) or NCA (National Crime Agency). In English law, that’s an allegation or is it a ‘conspiracy theory’.

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