The cost of Islam: Whitehall ‘on track’ to hire 1900 extra spies to protect Britain from terror

THE Government was accused yesterday of making “disappointing” progress towards hiring more than 1,900 new spies it promised to recruit to protect Britain from terrorists.

But Whitehall insisted it was on track in its programme to hire and train the extra security and intelligence staff by the target year of 2020-21.

It defended progress after official figures showed MI5, MI6 and GCHQ are likely to be some 400 short of the target by the time of the next planned general election in 2020, four years from now.

  • Dana Garcia

    Another example that diversity does not come cheap.

  • Jim Horne

    From the Prime Minister on down to the high courts of the British realm, to the judges, barristers and solicitors, to the Home Secretary, to the Security and Intelligence agencies and finally to local law enforcement, the ineptness and incompetence of western liberal democracies is on display for all to see.

    No nation has so competently and completely reviled and repealed its own principles as thoroughly as the British have done. Britain was once a great nation, an example to the rest of the world but is now reduced to a pathetic shadow of its former glory.

  • Editor

    The United Kingdom employment equality law, quotas and community cohesion initiatives should make for an interesting selection process. Putting the lunatics in charge of the asylum one might say.

  • Clausewitz

    How many of those “Spies” will be Muslim plants?

    • Editor

      How many of the “spies” will be muslims; about 5.2% if it follows demographics.

      How many of these muslims will be “plants”; probably most of them. muslim loyalty is first and foremost to islam. Loyalty to their adoptive country comes a distant second.

  • ismiselemeas

    That’s a lot of fifth columnists they’ll be paying to bring down the state.