Disclosures in Perepilichnyy case ‘would raise risk of harm to one or more public interests’
Sensitive material that could reveal if a Russian millionaire was working with British spies before he died will not be made public at his inquest, a coroner has ruled.
Sajid Javid lodged a secrecy application at the inquest into the death of Alexander Perepilichnyy citing national security concerns. The 44-year-old collapsed and died while jogging near his home in Weybridge, Surrey, in 2012.
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