GCHQ Centenary Plaque Unveiling
Andrew Parker, Director General of MI5, was present on 14 February at the unveiling by HM The Queen of a plaque at Watergate House, the original home of our partners at the Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ), as part of their centenary celebrations.
See the GCHQ website for more details about the event and their centenary plans.
Heads of GCHQ, MI5 and MI6 with HM The Queen at Watergate House.
Her Majesty The Queen unveiling the GCHQ Centenary Plaque at Watergate House.
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