“The country house where one of post-war Britain’s biggest political scandals began is hosting a literary festival in keeping with its history as a centre of intrigue.

With talks entitled “Putin, Spooks and Honeytraps: The inside story of modern espionage” and “How to Stay Married”, the programme for Cliveden Literary Festival could hardly be more apt.”

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MI6 regrets helping Putin to get elected, says ex-Spy by David Sanderson

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Rise of Trump ‘makes satire unnecessary’ by David Sanderson

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MI6 regrets helping Vladimir Putin to get elected as Russia’s President, former spy chief says

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Dame Helen Morrissey: Men and women need to work together to bring more women into the boardroom

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Former MI6 Chief Says Doubts Russia Altered US 2016 Presidential Election Results

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Response from the Kremlin: Kremlin Says Did Not Know MI6 Gives Permission To Prime Ministers To Go To Theaters

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The festival combines a remarkable line up of speakers and talks with a one-of-a-kind setting for an irresistible weekend of intellect and intrigue

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“Tony Blair’s visit to Putin ahead of his election now sparks ‘SIGNIFICANT REGRET’”

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