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Iran ‘spy’ trial begins

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ImagePress Association: The trial of an Army interpreter accused of spying for Iran is due to begin at the Old Bailey.

The Press Association

ImageThe trial of an Army interpreter accused of spying for Iran is due to begin at the Old Bailey.

Daniel James, 45, denies allegations under the Official Secrets Act that he collected and communicated information useful to an enemy.

Iranian-born James, of Cliff Road, Brighton, has also pleaded not guilty to a charge of misconduct in public office.

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