Secret Intelligence Service

NOUN
  1. the government agency in the United Kingdom that is responsible for internal security and counterintelligence overseas
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How To Use Secret Intelligence Service In A Sentence

  • He is in fact Sir John Sawers, diplomat and spy, currently the British ambassador to the United Nations and soon to be the chief of MI6, the Secret Intelligence Service.
  • Arriving late at the headquarters of SIS -- the Secret Intelligence Service -- Howard had just told him about Newman's earlier visit. COVER STORY
  • He is in fact Sir John Sawers, diplomat and spy, currently the British ambassador to the United Nations and soon to be the chief of MI6, the Secret Intelligence Service.
  • Mr Hague is responsible for the Secret Intelligence Service, MI6 and GCHQ, which is the electronic "listening" agency. BBC News - Home
  • The Secret Intelligence Service, MI6, has reported one of its own officers to the attorney general over allegations of complicity in torture, the foreign secretary revealed today.
  • He is in fact Sir John Sawers, diplomat and spy, currently the British ambassador to the United Nations and soon to be the chief of MI6, the Secret Intelligence Service.
  • In that capacity, he also held the Secret Vote - the unannounced appropriations for the secret intelligence services.
  • Smiley, the spy master charged with sussing out the mole at the highest levels of the British Secret Intelligence Service during the Cold War, was practically immortalized by actor Alec Guinness in the 1979 BBC television series. For 'Tinker' Update, Actor Oldman Found Clues to Playing Spy Master
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