In this video it talks about the beautiful women Russia has used to steal information and intelligence.
An alleged Russian spy Ekaterina Zatuliveter (Katya) had a four-year affair with Liberal Democrat MP Mike Hancock and worked for him has won her appeal against deportation.
In her first newspaper interview since winning her appeal against deportation from the UK, Katya Zatuliveter tells Tom Parfitt why she hopes Vladimir Putin is not Russia's next president.
Now the 26-year-old is back in Russia and inspired by a new fight as she prepares to serve as an election observer in Sunday's vote for the Russian presidency.
"My struggle and victory over injustice in England taught me that one person can achieve a great deal," she told The Sunday Telegraph in her first newspaper interview since winning her appeal.
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