| Nicholas Langman |
An MI6 officer of note.
Nicholas Langman was accused in December 2005 by the Greek newspaper Proto Thema as being responsible for the abduction, interrogation and torture of at least 28 Pakistani nationals, in connection with inquiries into the London Bombings of July 2005.  
Although British newspapers are currently forbidden from revealing Langman's name, by the standing D-Notice against printing the names of serving intelligence officers, on 30 December 2005 the UK Newspaper The Morning Star ran a front-page article naming him. In its 7 January 2006 edition, the British Newspaper "Socialist Worker" also named him. The British satirical magazine "Private Eye" also named Langman in its 6 January 2006 (No. 1149) edition. These allegations were first denied by the Foreign Secretary Jack Straw, but on January 1, 2006, a Foreign Office spokesman admitted that MI6 officers were present at the interrogations but were not "actively involved in the detention, interrogation and mistreatment [of the detainees]".
In 1997, he was based in Paris and was one of two MI6 officers in the city during the night of the death of Diana, Princess of Wales. His previous postings were Montevideo (1986) and New York (1988). He was posted to Paris in 1994.
At the Royal Courts of Justice on 18 February 2008, during the inquest in to the death of Diana, Princess of Wales, Mohamed Al Fayed listed Nicholas Langman in connection with his (al-Fayad's) allegations of a plot to kill Princess Diana. 
- "HM Diplomatic Service Overseas Reference List" - July/August 2005
- "Greece to investigate July 7 torture allegations" - Independent, UK - 28 December 2005
- "Greece urged to investigate MI6 torture link" - Guardian, UK - 28 December 2005
- MI6 in Athens - Histologian Blog 27 December 2005 (with informative links to two earlier posts)
- Spies Lies and Censorship - Islamophobia Watch 30 December 2005
- "Al Fayed: Prince Phillip and Blair Ordered Murder" - Daily Express, UK - 19 January 2005
- British agents accused of using torture - Cryptome 29 December 2005
- Greeks name MI6 chief over 'torture of terror suspects' - The Times 27 December 2005
- Lawyer accuses MI6 of 'torture' methods - The Times 30 December 2005
- Spies, lies and censorship - Ann Douglas - Morning Star - 30 December 2005
- British admit being at terror grilling - The Observer 1 January 2006
- Daily Express report on the Inquest into the death of Pricess Dianna