MI6 Chief apologises for 'unjust' ban on gay spies, 30 years after restriction was lifted
Telegraph, 19 Feb 2021
The MI6 Chief has apologised for the “misguided, unjust and discriminatory” ban on gay spies, 30 years after the restriction was lifted.
In a message on his Twitter account, Richard Moore, the head of Britain’s Secret Intelligence Service, better known as MI6, publicly apologised for the treatment of LGBT+ staff and potential candidates before the government wide security ban was lifted in 1991.
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