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However, on 15 May the Secretary of State for Air, Sir Archibald Sinclair, wrote to the Home Office recommending that Liversidge be interned because "I am certain that you will agree that it is most undesirable that a man with the unsavoury and indeed dangerous associations of Perlsweig, who during recent months has had access to information of a most secret character, should be left at large either in the Service or in the Country." The more detailed Statement of Case asserted that Liversidge had "a very bad record," and referred to the Baumgart case and the Canadian passport application.

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Liversedge was announced as a Whitby Town player at the clubs AGM on Friday 25 June 2010 by club chairman Graham Manser after a successful loan spell in the 2008–2009 season On , over a year since his first trial for Burnley reserves, it was confirmed that Liversedge would join the Championship side on a free transfer after the Lancashire Club released both Brian Jensen and Lee Grant at the end of the 2012–13 season.

formerly Jacob (Jack) Perlsweig, was a British Jewish businessman whose activities sometimes attracted the attention of the police and intelligence services.

He was commissioned Pilot Officer on 26 November 1939, and served as an intelligence officer in Bomber Command at RAF Wyton and RAF Wattisham, then in Fighter Command at RAF Biggin Hill and RAF Bentley Priory.

Defence Regulation 18B, which had been imposed at the start of the war, authorised internment.

He subsequently admitted that he had become involved with some dishonest people, but he always denied being guilty of any wrongdoing.

Some time before 1931 he adopted the name Liversidge (the married name of his eldest sister).

Norman Thwaites, who had worked in intelligence in New York City during the First World War and had recruited the spy Sidney Reilly, chaired meetings for the fascist January Club and was an associate of H. Liversidge himself provided secrets to the War Office.

Liversidge volunteered for the army at the time of the Munich Agreement in September 1938 and for the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve in September 1939, using the false date and place of birth that he had used when obtaining his Canadian passport.

Liversidge returned to Britain in 1936, and became a wealthy and successful businessman.

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