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Liberal Democrat Aide Was Best Spy for 30 Years Says KGB Defector

Liberal Democrat Aide Was Best Spy for 30 Years Says KGB Defector

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The blonde Commons researcher facing deportation from Britain after being accused of
espionage is Russia’s most effective spy in 30 years, a top KGB defector claims. Oleg Gordievsky – a double agent for MI6 in the Seventies and Eighties – said Russian born
Ekaterina Zatuliveter ‘caused more damage than all other KGB agents put together’.
‘She was the strongest and most useful KGB agent for the last 30 years,’ he added. Mr Gordievsky claimed that Zatuliveter, known as ‘Katia’ – an aide to controversial Liberal Democrat MP Mike Hancock – had gathered information about British naval bases.
The blonde Commons researcher facing deportation from Britain after being accused of
espionage is Russia’s most effective spy in 30 years, a top KGB defector claims. Oleg Gordievsky – a double agent for MI6 in the Seventies and Eighties – said Russian born
Ekaterina Zatuliveter ‘caused more damage than all other KGB agents put together’.
‘She was the strongest and most useful KGB agent for the last 30 years,’ he added. Mr Gordievsky claimed that Zatuliveter, known as ‘Katia’ – an aide to controversial Liberal Democrat MP Mike Hancock – had gathered information about British naval bases.

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Lib Dem aide was Russia's best spy in 30years, says top KGB defector
ByWill StewartandChristopher Leake Last updated at 12:36 PM on 12th December 2010http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1337910/Lib-Dem-aide-Russias-best-spy-30- years-says-KGB-def ector.html The blonde Commons researcher facing deportation from Britain after being accused of espionage is Russia’s most effective spy in 30 years, a top KGB defector claims.Oleg Gordievsky – a double agent for MI6 in the Seventies and Eighties – said Russian-born Ekaterina Zatuliveter ‘caused more damage than all other KGB agents puttogether’.‘She was the strongest and most useful KGB agent for the last 30 years,’ he added.Mr Gordievsky claimed that Zatuliveter, known as ‘Katia’ – an aide to controversialLiberal Democrat MP Mike Hancock – had gathered information about British navalbases.
 
Lib Dem MP Mike Hancock, has refused to comment on claims he had a 'flirtatious andintimate relationship' with the Russian Katia Zatuliveter, who had access to his emailaccount while working as an aideThe KGB’s former London station chief said the 25-year-old was working undercover forRussian foreign intelligence, the SVR. Mr Gordievsky, 72, said: ‘She gatheredinformation about British naval bases around the world.‘She asked important military questions, passed them to the MP, who then pushed themup the chain. Once answers arrived, she read them, re-wrote them, copied, and passedthe copies to KGB agents.’ Oleg Gordievsky, formerly a senior Soviet spy who defected to Britain in the late 1980's,at Buckingham in 2007 after collecting his Companion of the Most Distinguished Orderof St Michael and St George from the QueenThe claims by Mr Gordievsky, who has maintained close links with the internationalsecurity community since fleeing Russia to the UK 25 years ago, were made in aninterview last week with Russia’s Radio Svoboda.Mr Gordievsky was not available yesterday to explain why he was convinced that MissZatuliveter – known for wearing short skirts around Westminster – was a key espionageasset for Moscow, or where he elicited the information.
 
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Sing-along-a-Vlad: now Putin is Blueberry Hill crooner of the KremlinHis claims go much further than leaks in Britain that have suggested Miss Zatuliveterwas an Anna Chapman-style ‘sleeper’ agent whose presence was detrimental to the UK,but had not caused major damage. Mr Gordievsky said she was recruited as an agent atSt Petersburg University, where Russian president Vladimir Putin studied.‘She prepared herself for that kind of job from the very beginning,’ he said.Mr Gordievsky warned that Miss Zatuliveter represented a new style of threat to theWest from young Russians recruited to help their secret services out of a sense of patriotism, and who now enjoy freedom to travel abroad.He added: ‘Zatuliveter’s case is a typical example of how the active, clever, well-educated agent gathers information. She is a huge loss to Russian intelligence.’ Last night, senior British sources confirmed Miss Zatuliveter’s activities had been ‘of great concern’ to the UK’s security services.Last night 64-year-old Mr Hancock, a married father of two, refused to comment onclaims that he had a ‘flirtatious’ and ‘intimate’ relationship with his former aide.'Effective spy': A photo apparently showing Russian researcher Ekaterina in a bar withLib Dem MP Mike Hancock But he has admitted that Miss Zatuliveter had access to his official email address.

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