Go Inside Britain’s Super-Secret Spy Agency For The First Time Ever
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For the first time, Britain’s spy agency, the Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) has opened its doors to the media, giving the public its first-ever look at how the organisation operates on a day-to-day basis.
The surprising truth: it’s not much different to any other office.
Sky News got a tour of the place and we’ve broken out some of the highlights.
The building is known as the “doughnut,” and from this aerial view, it’s easy to see why. According to Sky News, this design helps limit sound leakage that could be intercepted by spy satellites. There’s also a museum in the center that houses Alan Turing’s code-breaking enigma machine.