Theresa May: MI5 wouldn’t share with independent Scotland

Home Secretary Theresa May has warned that an independent Scotland would not be guaranteed access to crucial intelligence on terrorism and organised crime.

On a visit to Glasgow yesterday, above, Mrs May said if Scotland became a separate state, it would have to build up trust with neighbouring countries before intelligence could be shared. Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said Scotland’s own agencies would work closely with MI5 and MI6. FULL STORY, PAGE 6

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