Submariner to face trial for breaking Official Secrets Act
by Jon Clements - Crime Correspondent
Royal Navy submariner Edward Devenny is to face trial in November for allegedly passing secret code technology to an enemy of the UK.
Devenny faces two charges under the Official Secrets Act, prosecutors say his conduct was "prejudicial to safety and interests of the state."
Royal Navy Officer charged with breaching the Official Secrets Act
by Lucy Manning - UK Editor
Edward Devenney, who is accused of passing on information which could be deemed useful to an enemy of the state, was remanded in custody.
He is due back in court on June 14th.