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Image caption GCHQ director Jeremy Fleming believes ingenuity is the UK's strongest defence and most powerful weapon. Experts from the so-called Five Eyes intelligence agencies will appear together for the first time in the UK to discuss cyber threats. The Five Eyes was once an almost entirely secret intelligence alliance in which the US, UK, Canada, Australia and New Zealand shared information. Representatives from all five countries will speak openly together at Glasgow's CyberUK conference on Wednesday. It comes amid tensions in the close-knit group over how to deal with China. In particular, there are divisions over the role that the Chinese company Huawei should have in building next-generation 5G data networks. Full story

24 April

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