UK's MI6 apologizes for past treatment of LGBT spies


The head of Britain's MI six intelligence service has apologised to gays bi's inspiring agents who will fight denied jobs because of their sexuality Richard Moore said in a video statement on Twitter that a ban on LGBT spies that lasted until nineteen ninety one was wrong unjust and discriminatory Moore was appointed last year as C. the card name given to the director of Britain's overseas intelligence agency although same sex relationships were decriminalized in England in nineteen sixty seven gay people continue to be barred from working in Britain's intelligence services because of MI six secrecy it is not known how many people were affected by the discriminatory policy services London

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