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Sawer also devotes a chapter to how WEL differentiated itself from Women's Liberation, and the praise and criticism it has received over the years for its determination to work through established political systems, rather than attempting to change those systems.
Marian Sawer is a political scientist and has several publications focusing on women and politics.
Spymaster Sawers said there was no doubt the threat of terrorist attacks on UK citizens is rising.
And Sawers said: "I have apologised to Josh and we shook hands before the Inverness game.
He said Mr Sawers then asked to make a phone call and he was then asked to speak to pathologist Dr Brian Slater, from the officer of Sheffield coroner Stefan Popper.
I'd also like to thank Sir John Sawers for his strong leadership, and personal commitment to a modernizing agenda," the statement said.
The UK and US should find a way to work with Iran in tackling the strife in Iraq and Syria," Sawers said, and blamed the wrong appraoch of the US and the UK towards the Syrian and Iraqi crises for the creation of the ISIL.
Sawers, who before heading MI6 served as British ambassador to Egypt and briefly as a special envoy to Iraq in 2003, even took a laughable swipe at the newspaper reporting Snowden's leaks: "It is clear that our adversaries are rubbing their hands with glee and Al-Qaeda is lapping it up.
Al-Qaeda is lapping it up," John Sawers told lawmakers.
His MI6 counterpart Sir John Sawers said, after incidents including assaults on the In Amenas gas plant in Algeria and a Kenyan shopping mall in 2013, there was "no doubt at all that the threat is rising" of terrorist attacks against British citizens and interests around the world.
But Mohammed Albasha tweeted: "Sir John Sawers #UK #England's Chief of The Secret Intelligence Service "MI6" is meeting officials in #Sanaa #Yemen.
Emir meets British secret service chiefQNA/DohaHH the Emir Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa al-Thani yesterday met the Chief of the British Secret Intelligence Service Sir John Sawers, at his Emiri Diwan office.
Romney was also briefed by Sir John Sawers, the chief of the British spy agency MI6, which also raised eyebrows.
London, July 23 ( ANI ): Sir John Sawers, the head of the British intelligence agency M16, has said that poor pay and less recognition is 'putting off' new recruits in the agency and now they are unwilling to risk their lives for the country.
However, Sir John Sawers said it was now likely Iran would achieve that goal by 2014, making a military strike from the US and Israel increasingly likely, The Daily Telegraph reported Friday.