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Liz Truss’s Telephone Was Hacked By Vladimir Putin’s Brokers: Report


Truss left workplace final week as prime minister and was succeeded by Rishi Sunak.

London:

Former British Prime Minister Liz Truss’s private telephone was hacked by suspected brokers working for Russian President Vladimir Putin when she was international minister, the Each day Mail reported on Saturday.

These brokers gained entry to “top-secret particulars” of negotiations with worldwide allies along with personal messages exchanged with Truss’s shut pal Kwasi Kwarteng, who later grew to become finance minister, the report stated.

The messages are believed to have included discussions with senior worldwide international ministers in regards to the conflict in Ukraine, together with particulars about arms shipments, it added.

As much as a 12 months’s price of messages have been downloaded, the Mail stated, citing unnamed sources.

A British authorities spokesperson declined to touch upon “people’ safety preparations”.

“The Authorities has strong techniques in place to guard in opposition to cyber threats. That features common safety briefings for Ministers, and recommendation on defending their private information and mitigating cyber threats,” the spokesperson added.

The hack was found in the course of the Conservative Social gathering management marketing campaign that led to Truss turning into prime minister, the Mail reported.

Truss left workplace final week as prime minister and was succeeded by Rishi Sunak.

The Mail stated the messages that fell into international palms included criticisms of Johnson made by Truss and Kwarteng, “resulting in a possible threat of blackmail”.

(Aside from the headline, this story has not been edited by NDTV workers and is printed from a syndicated feed.)

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