Andrew Taylor

You know something’s up when MI6 moves its head office to Croydon

A review of <em>Inside Enemy</em>, by Alan Judd. A thriller that is plausible, curiously old-fashioned and deceptively calm in its build-up – and one of Judd’s best

The headquarters of Britain's MI6, London [BEN STANSALL/AFP/Getty Images]

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