Prince Williams goes undercover with spies
Prince Williams spent three weeks on undercover with British intelligence agencies. HE gained first ”hand understanding of the role played in combating terrorism. The second in line to the Britain throne worked with the MI5 and MI6 and also with the government communication headquarters as an intern learning the security processes. The Mission Impossible is the UK’s domestic intelligence and security agency. The service mainly aims to protect the parliamentary democracy and counter terrorism. The service comes under the Home Secretary of the Cabinet.
He said that the staffs in the intelligence agencies work in secret not even able to tell their families about their jobs. They face a lot of stress in their professional and personal lives as well, the Prince said. The Prince learned about the risks to the UK national security and economy.
The Prince was also a former royal air force pilot.
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