The physicist living in the quiet suburbs of Sheffield who sold Britain’s nuclear secrets

A university academic who lives quietly in the suburbs of Sheffield sold British secrets to Communist agents during the Cold War, including intelligence on weapons development, atomic energy and the US space programme, an investigation by The Mail on Sunday can reveal.

Professor Michael Stern handed agents from Czechoslovakia’s secret police bundles of research papers as well as military and nuclear information over four years in the 1980s, according to documents unearthed in an archive in…

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