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Thus, if fears are true that parliamentary assistant Katia Zatuliveter was sent by the secret services in Moscow to infiltrate the heart of British government, it is not hard to see why she might have set her sights on Mike Hancock CBE, Liberal Democrat MP for Portsmouth South in Hampshire.
Over the years, Hancock, who sits on several government security and defence committees, has amply demonstrated his Russophile tendencies — not least last year, when he was the only MP to sign a Commons motion congratulating Russia on its controversial winning bid for the football World Cup.
What is clear is that Hancock's sympathies with Russia — and his penchant for attractive women — would have made him the perfect honeytrap candidate.