Spymasters want school-age snoopers to join them after just two GCSEs in hand

SPYMASTERS are looking for school-age snoopers to nab organised criminals and terrorists — and they need only two GCSEs.

Bosses at GCHQ want first-rate problem-solvers to join them straight from school and as soon as they turn 18.

GCHQ is looking for school-age spies, and they only need two GCSEs

GCHQ is looking for school-age spies, and they only need two GCSEsCrédito: Getty
GCHQ, headed by Sir Jeremy Fleming, says in its ad that the baby-faced recruiters will keep Britain safe from organized crooks and cyber criminals

GCHQ, headed by Sir Jeremy Fleming, says in its ad that the baby-faced recruiters will keep Britain safe from organized crooks and cyber criminals

They are eager to attract a new generation of spooks so applicants for the £31,000-a-year roles are required to have just basic maths and English qualifications.

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GCHQ, headed by Sir Jeremy Fleming, says in its ad that the baby-faced recruits will help keep Britain safe from organised gangs, terrorists and cyber crooks.

It says: “We’re looking for people who enjoy making sense of complex information and solving puzzles.

You’ll need resilience and perseverance.”

But a grade C in GCSE English and maths is the only academic requirement.

The ad goes on: “You can apply at the age of 17 años, if successful you will not be offered a start date prior to your 18th birthday.”