Spies become masters of puzzles with the second book of GCHQ

The GCHQ yesterday published a preview on Twitter about the launch of its new book using emojis. It is expected that the answer will be given later today

Britons across the country were puzzled today after the UK watchdog agency, GCHQ, proposed an incredibly difficult puzzle.

It occurs when the country's main code switches have created a new set of riddles to mark the centennial year of the intelligence agency in 2019.

And to celebrate its next release, the organization has posted an advance on Twitter using emojis.

The GCHQ yesterday published a preview on Twitter about the launch of its new book using emojis. It is expected that the answer will be given later today

The GCHQ yesterday published a preview on Twitter about the launch of its new book using emojis. It is expected that the answer will be given later today

It is expected that the answer to the difficult riddle will be given later today. And users of social networks are anxiously waiting for the results, and many struggle to discover the complete puzzle.

It is expected that the answer to the difficult riddle will be given later today. And users of social networks are anxiously waiting for the results, and many struggle to discover the complete puzzle.

It is expected that the answer to the difficult riddle will be given later today. And users of social networks are anxiously waiting for the results, and many struggle to discover the complete puzzle.

Users of social networks have quickly tried to solve the puzzle, frustratingly difficult, and many have tried to decipher all the progress.

One wrote: "I can not understand the emojis … but I still like the tweet! & # 39;

Neil Williams tried to complete the claim but was not successful either and wrote: "Working on the rest".

With Alan adding: "Damn it, I still have not finished the first one! & # 39;

The answer to the difficult puzzle has not yet been published.

  Many Twitter users (in the photo) tried to decipher the modern method of codes and fought

  Many Twitter users (in the photo) tried to decipher the modern method of codes and fought

Many Twitter users (in the photo) tried to decipher the modern method of codes and fought

The GCHQ Puzzle Book 2 will be launched on October 18, hoping to repeat the success of the first edition that was published in 2016.

With a price of £ 12.99, all proceeds from book sales will go to the mental health campaign Heads Together, led by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and the Duke of Sussex.

The grandmother of the Duchess of Cambridge was a heartthrob of Bletchley Park during World War II.

The book will feature a range of new riddles, ranging in difficulty, from easy to diabolically difficult, as well as authentic entrance exams established for aspiring recruits.

It will also include anecdotes about the people, technology and partnerships that are central to the GCHQ mission.

The GCHQ Puzzle Book 2 hopes to repeat the success of the first edition (pictured) in 2016

The GCHQ Puzzle Book 2 hopes to repeat the success of the first edition (pictured) in 2016

The GCHQ Puzzle Book 2 hopes to repeat the success of the first edition (pictured) in 2016

The GCHQ (in the photo) will publish its second book of riddles in October of this year

The GCHQ (in the photo) will publish its second book of riddles in October of this year

The GCHQ (in the photo) will publish its second book of riddles in October of this year

A spokesperson for GCHQ said: "We are delighted with the success of our first book of riddles, which raised more than £ 330,000 for the Heads Together campaign, an important cause for changing the conversation about mental health.

"To celebrate our centennial next year in 2019, we have created a new riddle book that celebrates our 100-year history of keeping the country safe."

Daniel Bunyard, from the book's editor Michael Joseph, said: "We could not be happier to publish another GCHQ book of riddles, particularly as part of such a momentous anniversary for the organization.

"The 2016 book was the favorite Christmas fill and we hope that this new lot will be as fun, amazing and rewarding as before."

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