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GCHQ moves in to the doughnut
10 June 2003

'A new codeword is on everyone's lips in the land of spies. Doughnut. The first of more than 4,000 staff working in Britain's most secretive establishment are preparing to move into a building given that name, in the final stage of what amounts to a cultural revolution in the world of espionage.' link

Posted by SteveC at 11:23 AM Tue 10 Jun 2003 Categories: Privacy , The Guardian