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Private Investigators Oxford Give Information Regarding Bugging Devices in Light of The Telegraph Report: Intelligence Files: Edward VIII Bugged by Own Government as he Prepared to Abdicate

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Private Investigators Oxford gives information regarding bugging devices in light of recent The Telegraph report by Tom Whitehead dated 23 May 2013: Intelligence files: Edward VIII bugged by own government as he prepared to abdicate

(PRWEB UK) 24 May 2013

According to The Telegraph report by Tom Whitehead: Intelligence files: Edward VIII bugged by own government as he prepared to abdicate, intelligence files kept secret for almost 80 years reveal that phone calls from Buckingham Palace and Fort Belvedere were monitored while he decided whether to give up the throne for Wallis Simpson or not.

The Telegraph report goes on to say that Gill Bennett, the former official historian at the Foreign Office who reviewed the files for release, said they were kept secret because they were regarded as "too difficult" to know what to do with. Released through the National Archives on 23 May 2013, the papers give a good indication of what happened during the days before the abdication. The GPO is asked in a “most secret” letter from the Home Office to intercept telephone conversations between Fort Belvedere and Buckingham Palace.

Private Investigators Oxford is often asked to tap telephone lines for clients. This service can be carried out, under certain circumstances, by a professional fully trained private detective. Other methods of bugging are by listening device, which is voice activated and can pick up conversations within its range and can either be recorded or listened to at the time by calling into the phone. GPS tracking device that can be attached to a vehicle, person or item to track their whereabouts and hidden cameras or CCTV systems that can be installed to monitor a myriad of situations.

Spokesperson from Private Investigators Oxford, Martin Morse said:
“In my professional opinion it is not surprising that Edward VIII was monitored by his government during the time he was contemplating abdication as it was a sensitive and unstable time for him and the country.”

Private Investigators Oxford along with their sister company Private Detectives Manchester is a team of highly trained professional and discreet private investigators and detectives with over 35 years experience in the industry. Their understanding and approachable team of male and female detectives are available 24/7 to conduct matrimonial, corporate and private investigations.

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