UK’s Prince Charles pays tribute to ‘utterly essential’ GCHQ security agency

Britain's Prince Charles talks with GCHQ Director Jeremy Fleming as he visits the GCHQ headquarters in Cheltenham, Britain July 12, 2019. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls

LONDON (Reuters) – Prince Charles visited the headquarters of Britain’s GCHQ electronic eavesdropping agency on Friday as part of its centenary celebrations and called its work “utterly essential” to the country’s security. The heir to the throne, 70, met staff from various department’s of the agency in western England where his elder son William spent […]

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