Soon after the beginning of the Cold War, GCHQ and the NSA were born and the alliance formed the basis of their extremely tight co-operation during the Cold War - the real heart of what has been known as "the special relationship". The club was also expanded to include three other English-speaking countries - Canada, Australia and New Zealand and so became known as the "five eyes". So how does this club work? It is based on sharing with each other and not spying on each other. [BBC News]
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