In June 1997 the Security Service Tribunal wrote to me regarding the complaint I had brought against MI5 in February. They say,
The Security Service Tribunal have now investigated your complaint and have asked me to inform you that no determination in your favour has been made on your complaint.
Again, I do not believe their denials. I think MI5 has taken the action against me as described, and is refusing to admit what they have done. To the best of my knowledge, the Security Service Tribunal has never found in favour of a complainant. This tends to strongly suggest that MI5 lies on a routine basis, and the Tribunal can't fulfil its functions in the face of Security Service falsehoods.