Submariner jailed over secrets

Submariner Edward Devenney has been jailed for eight years for trying to disclose secret movements of British nuclear submarines to MI5 agents posing as Russian spies.

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Navy officer sentenced for breaching Official Secrets Act

A Royal Navy petty officer is due to be sentenced for trying to disclose secret movements of British nuclear submarines to Russian spies.

Submariner Edward Devenney, 30, pleaded guilty at the Old Bailey last month to breaching the Official Secrets Act.

Devenney, who had been living at HMS Drake in Devonport naval base in Plymouth also admitted misconduct in a public office.

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