Former UK Prime Minister Liz Truss’s phone reportedly hacked
The Mail on Sunday reports that former British Prime Minister Liz Truss’s mobile phone was hacked while he was foreign minister, and the hackers, believed to be Russian agents, stole a year-long information, including sensitive intelligence related to the war in Ukraine . Traces of the hack were discovered by the Conservative Party during the summer leadership election, but the discovery was suppressed by then Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Cabinet Secretary Simon Case. A British government spokesman declined to comment. British politicians have called for an investigation. Opposition Labour’s shadow cabinet minister Yvette Cooper has called for an urgent investigation. According to photos released a few years ago, Truss used a Samsung Galaxy Note8 phone, but it’s unclear which phone was used during the hack.