UK leadership election rules changed over security fears

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Jamie MacColl, a cybersecurity expert at defense think-tank the Royal United Services Institute, said it was unlikely Russia would try to directly interfere with the leadership race, since the outcome would not change U.K. policy. Both candidates in the contest are strong supporters of Ukraine. But he said the election could be targeted by “someone who just wants to cause a bit of mischief.”