Charles pays tribute to ‘utterly essential’ work of GCHQ

The Prince of Wales has paid tribute to the “utterly essential” work of staff at GCHQ during a visit to the agency’s headquarters.

Charles went to the Cheltenham base of GCHQ, nicknamed the Doughnut, as part of the centenary celebrations for the UK’s intelligence, security and cyber agency.

He toured the building with Jeremy Fleming, the director of GCQH, met staff from across the organisation and received a number of top secret briefings.

In a speech to staff, Charles, who is patron of GCHQ, MI6 and MI5, said: “The work you do…
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