Bernard Sheldon

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Bernard Sheldon (died 2008), according to a Daily Telegraph report, was "the legal adviser to MI5 during the ill-fated attempt in 1986 by Margaret Thatcher's government to block the publication of Peter Wright's book Spycatcher and in the prosecution two years earlier of the would-be Soviet agent Michael Bettaney."[1]


  1. Bernard Sheldon, Daily Telegraph, 29, February 2008.