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Sensitive documents ‘missing from MI6 headquarters’

Building firm Balfour Beatty’s contract to refurbish the building in south London was reportedly terminated after the papers disappeared.

The MI6 building in Vauxhall Cross (Martin Keene/PA)
The MI6 building in Vauxhall Cross (Martin Keene/PA)

By PA Reporter

Sensitive documents have reportedly gone missing from MI6’s headquarters.

Building firm Balfour Beatty’s contract to refurbish the building at Vauxhall Cross, south London, was terminated after the papers disappeared, according to The Sun.

The documents are understood to have been drawn up by the construction group and are not believed to have fallen into the hands of hostile powers.

Balfour Beatty declined to comment, while the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, which is responsible for MI6, said: “We do not comment on intelligence matters.”

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