Britain is probably spying on other European Union countries over Brexit, experts say

Britain is probably spying on other European Union countries as it negotiates its departure from the bloc, according to two academics who have written a history of the U.K. government’s use of intelligence agencies.

 It wouldn’t be anything new, according to Richard Aldrich, professor of international security at Warwick University, and Rory Cormac, associate professor of international relations at Nottingham University. British spies provided former Prime Minister John Major with information as he negotiated the Maastricht Treaty in the early 1990s, according to their book “The Black Door.’’

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