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The Bugle: Issue LXXXVI, May 2013 
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The Signpost: 20 May 2013 
- Foundation elections: Trustee candidates speak about Board structure, China, gender, global south, endowment
- News and notes: Spanish Wikipedia leaps past one million articles
- In the media: Qworty incident continues
- WikiProject report: Classical Greece and Rome
- Featured content: Up in the air
Bingo: Dudley Clarke 
Very pleased to say I have spotted a file on Clarke's, how shall we put it, drag related incident in our latest file release, out today. Pop to http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/news/second-world-war-intelligence-may-2013.htm and scroll down and you will see the photo you have seen before. The whole file is available for download. I'm not sure it will tell you too much you don't already know but it does include scans of the backs of the photographs. These are stamped with an official Spanish stamp which will clear up their origin for you.
Anyway, hope you find the papers of interest. They are from the Foreign Office's "permanent under-secretary's department", the very anonymous sounding bunch whose job it is to be the FO's liaison with the spooks. These are the more embarrassing papers which have been piling up for about a hundred years and are now emerging sheepishly, like a child emerging from a larder with a face covered in chocolate. --Mr impossible (talk) 11:15, 23 May 2013 (UTC)