From Margaret, With Determination

December 1982
National Review;12/24/1982, Vol. 34 Issue 25, p1596
The article focuses on the efforts of Margaret Thatcher to arrest Soviet spies in Great Britain. After a series of damaging revelations of Soviet spy successes, Margaret Thatcher's administration embarked on a concerted effort to reassure the public by convicting Canadian Hugh Hambleton. Ottawa's solicitor-general has admitted that Canadian security officials nearly prosecuted Hambleton in 1979 after a captured Soviet spy, Colonel Herrmann, named him as an operative.


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