By Peter Hain
158 pages, 5 3/4 x 8 3/4"
In October 1975 Peter Hain was arrested and later tried at the Old Bailey for a bank theft he had not committed. The case was a major talking point at the time. Was he simply a victim of mistaken identity, as it was thought then? Or was he framed by the South African security services? If so, were they working with a section of MI5 as part of a much wider project to destabilize Harold Wilson's Labour Government and restructure British politics? In this highly readable book - a real life thriller - Peter Hain analyses new evidence, including revelations from former British intelligence officers. Peter Hain is Labour Prospective Parliamentary Candidate for Putney.
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