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Who is Matthew Hedges? British academic jailed and tortured in UAE on suspicion of spying

Matthew Hedges, an individual who was unjustly implicated in the intelligence community MI6, asserts that the proposed sale to an investment fund headed by Abu Dhabi may jeopardize the editorial independence of The Daily and Sunday Telegraph newspapers.

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Who is Matthew Hedges British academic jailed and tortured in UAE on suspicion of spying

Who is Matthew Hedges? An academic from the United Kingdom, who was tormented and falsely accused of espionage while incarcerated in the United Arab Emirates, is urging the government to intervene in the sale of The Daily Telegraph.

Matthew Hedges, an individual who was unjustly implicated in the intelligence community MI6, asserts that the proposed sale to an investment fund headed by Abu Dhabi may jeopardize the editorial independence of The Daily and Sunday Telegraph newspapers.

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His name is Matthew Hedges.

Hedges, Matthew, was a British scholar. He cautioned that the proposed sale to an Abu Dhabi-led investment fund would compromise the independence of The Daily and Sunday Telegraph, accusing the newspapers of serving MI6.

Hedges, who was apprehended and subsequently sentenced to life in prison for espionage in the United Arab Emirates, beseeched the government to delay the aforementioned agreement. He asserted that the UAE’s objective was to bolster its “political leverage and influence” and warned the Telegraph titles severely about the integrity of their editorials.

In a letter to the Telegraph, he detailed his personal experience of suffering abuse from the United Arab Emirates for carrying out legal academic research and claimed to be able to personally attest to the UAE’s flagrant disregard for human rights.

Pressure on the government to prevent Emirati-backed investors from acquiring the 168-year-old Telegraph has generated concerns regarding press freedom.

Jeremy Hunt and Rishi Sunak are reportedly scheduled to meet with a senior Abu Dhabi representative at the Global Investment Summit in London today.

Sunak is slated to meet with a prominent individual associated with the takeover proposal at the Cop28 climate change conference in Dubai this week. Ottoman Al-Jaber, chairman of International Media Investments (IMI) and president of the Cop summit this year, is supervising the Emirati firm that is financing the Telegraph proposal.

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