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We often hear that such and such a piece of information cannot be released into the public ……. in the interest
of national security.
Journalists however love to get hold of a story somehow but they run the risk of facing a ……. if they break the
official secrects act.
When there is a ……. inquiry taking place, the rush to get more details is intense.
The more the authorities try to conceal what is happening, the more it fuels ……. about what might be
Sometimes a journalist will get hold of sensitive information knowing that he will get ……. by government
agencies if he dares reveal it.
The person in charge of the enquiry will occasionally ……. what can be disclosed in newspapers.
Once this disclosure is ……. it’s the job of the journalist to follow it through to a satisfactory conclusion.
Mind you it has to be a convincing article because the reading public can soon see through the ……. of a weak
The question must always be in the mind of the writer whether what is being written is likely to ……. a threat to
the safety of the community at large.
The last possible thing that anyone wants to happen to their country is to turn it into a ……. for troublemakers.