The SAS has launched a secret mission to poach the brightest students at Cambridge University from under the noses of MI5 and MI6.
Regimental sources revealed last night that the Special Air Service has set up a secret base near the university where officers can assess undergraduates’ potential.
At least 20 Cambridge students have already joined the SAS’s training programme this year. Those who pass the punishing regime of endurance marches will receive jungle training before being considered for anti-terrorist and intelligence-gathering operations.
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