ShareThisBritain targets Guardian newspaper over intelligence leaks related to Edward Snowden 30 Nov 2013 Living in self-imposed exile in Russia, former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden may be safely out of reach from western powers. But dismayed by the continued airing of transatlantic intelligence, British authorities are taking full aim at a messenger shedding light on his secret files here — the Guardian newspaper. Although Britain is famously home to a fierce pack of media outlets — including the tabloid hounds of old Fleet Street — it also has no enshrined constitutional right to free speech.

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