More allegations emerge about ‘Security risk’ Suella – and MI5

Suella Braverman: does she seem prone to impulsive acts that endanger UK security to you?

More concerns have been raised about Suella Braverman after it was claimed that her relationship with MI5 is not what it should be.

It arises from a Daily Telegraph report that Braverman was seeking an injunction to block a BBC story about a spy working for British intelligence.

The briefing received by the newspaper, allegedly from Braverman, damaged the government’s argument that publishing details of the court case could harm national security.

The High Court later ruled the BBC could publish the story, though an injunction still bars it from identifying the man.

An inquiry was launched to find out who had leaked confidential details of the court case to the Telegraph and the High Court permits publication of the fact there was a leak inquiry, but the government has so far refused to comment.

So it is possible that Rishi Sunak knows who leaked the information to the newspaper but is sitting on that information.

If so, one has to ask why. Is it because it was Braverman, and he doesn’t want to admit that there’s evidence that she is a security risk, or that MI5 doesn’t trust her?

That would be very foolish, because information of this nature always comes out in the end.

Of course, Shadow Home Secretary Yvette Cooper is absolutely right to have said, “Ignoring warnings about security risks when appointing a home secretary is highly irresponsible and dangerous.”

That’s why we need to know.

And you can be sure Keir Starmer is adding it to his file of evidence against both Braverman and Sunak.

Have YOU donated to my crowdfunding appeal, raising funds to fight false libel claims by TV celebrities who should know better? These court cases cost a lot of money so every penny will help ensure that wealth doesn’t beat justice.

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