PL has a piece published in the latest British Journalism Review (BJR) on those from The Observer who worked as spies or acted as MI6 assets. It is a follow up of my BJR piece from 2015 and is based on new material in Donald Trelford’s biographical account “Shouting in the Street” (Biteback 2017). He outs himself for helping MI6 as a young editor and then names some of former colleagues who had told him that they worked for MI6. Trelford was the editor throughout my eleven years at the paper.
It can be found here for those with a subscription to BJR.