Thatcher rejects call for spy investigation

British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher rejected an opposition demand Monday for an inquiry into the operations of the British Secret Service, which has been hit by new disclosures of Soviet spy infiltration during World War II.

She said she is satisfied with present security services ans said she saw nothing in recent news reports that justified a new inquiry into ''events of the past which had been very thoroughly investigated,'' since no one recently implicated is still in public service.

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