The fear has been raised that Britain from the spy alliance & # 39; Five Eyes & # 39; could be frozen if Jeremy Corbyn becomes prime minister.
There is concern in Whitehall that the flow of intelligence between the UK, the US, Australia, Canada and New Zealand could dry up due to a lack of confidence in the Labor leader.
Corbyn has been accused of undermining the Trident nuclear deterrent – which Labor should support in theory – by admitting that he would never use it.
There are also claims that Mr. Corbyn's closest assistants may be blocked from seeing top secret material on Downing Street due to links with Russia and hard links.
The warnings, emphasized in the Times, emerged when Boris Johnson launched a full attack on Mr. Corbyn, comparing him to Stalin and wiping that he hates wealthy makers.
Corbyn rejected the barbs as & # 39; the nonsense that the super-rich come to prevent them from paying a little more tax & # 39 ;.
The fear has been raised that Britain could be frozen from the & # 39; Five Eyes & # 39; espionage alliance if Jeremy Corbyn (photo that spoke at Harlow yesterday) becomes PM
Donald Trump penetrated domestic British politics last week by warning that Mr. Corbyn moved the country to & # 39; bad places & # 39; would bring
Corbyn today rejected barbs against him as & # 39; the nonsense that the super-rich come to prevent them from paying a little more tax & # 39;
The Five Eyes Alliance was forged in the aftermath of World War II, with the states sharing a strip of intelligence.
But Donald Trump entered domestic British politics last week by warning that Mr. Corbyn moved the country to & # 39; bad places & # 39; would bring.
Former Foreign Minister Jack Straw told The Times that the other Five Eyes members & # 39; would reduce intelligence cooperation with us & # 39; if Mr. Corbyn would come in No10.
& # 39; This should not be a & # 39; deep conspiracy & # 39; but the human response of people giving their careers to keep us safe, sometimes with serious personal risk to their own lives, & # 39; he said.
A mandarin with links to the intelligence services told the newspaper: & It would have a hair-raising effect. That would make us run more risk. & # 39;
The source added: & # 39; The Americans would indeed be very wary of the same broad confidence in sharing intelligence. & # 39;
Senior Whitehall figures also reportedly prevent Mr Corbyn, strategy leader Seumas Milne and adviser Andrew Murray, a former member of the Communist Party, from seeing any intelligence material when they enter No10.
A Labor spokeswoman said: & # 39; Jeremy has consistently made the right calls in the interests of British security and international peace and will do everything necessary and effective to keep our people safe.
& # 39; He has been right time and again, from Libya to his opposition to the disastrous and illegal war in Iraq, which had caused such a disaster in the region and made our home less secure. & # 39;
Write in The Daily Telegraph, Johnson said that companies and capital makers of all sizes should be promoted.
& # 39; If someone gets up at 5 am to prepare their store; when someone risks their savings on an idea or a new product; when someone has the guts to enter a new market – at home or abroad – we do not laugh at them.
& # 39; We welcome them: because their success is our success; and the tragedy of the modern Labor party under Jeremy Corbyn is that they so loathe the motive for profit – and so intentionally levy taxes – that they would destroy the basis of this country's prosperity.
& # 39; They pretend that their hatred is only directed at certain billionaires – and they point their finger at individuals with a taste and revenge that have not been seen since Stalin continued the kulaks. & # 39;
In a video released last night, Johnson again criticized PvdA economic policy.
He said: & # 39; Jeremy Corbyn and the Labor party have an economic agenda that would mean a downfall for our companies and for our country.
Boris Johnson will formally launch the Tory election campaign tonight after he has gone to an audience with the queen
& # 39; And even worse, Jeremy Corbyn is seriously proposing another EU referendum, another Brexit referendum. He wants his own negotiation followed by a referendum.
& # 39; Nobody knows what the questions would be for the people, nobody knows what the result would be, nobody knows what the PvdA policy would be at that referendum.
& # 39; What we do know is that it would again be a year of misery and chaos and uncertainty for businesses and families. & # 39;
This morning Mr. travels Johnson to Buckingham Palace for an audience with the queen, where he will formally tell her that the parliament has been dissolved.
He will then give a short speech outside of No. 10. Later he will formally launch the Tory campaign at a meeting in the West Midlands – an important target area.
Last night he said to the Downing Street staff: "I am now at the front, the bugle is calling & # 39;"
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