Warning: You are not logged in. Your IP address will be publicly visible if you make any edits. If you log in or create an account, your edits will be attributed to your username, along with other benefits. Anti-spam check. Do not fill this in!=== London === Ilsa returns to London, passing the file on to her handler, [[Atlee]]. Here it is revealed she is in fact, an MI6 agent. However, Attlee discreetly erases the file, forcing Ilsa to return to the Syndicate and prove her loyalty to its leader, [[Solomon Lane]], who Hunt knows as the man in the glasses. Regrouping with Brandt and Stickell, Hunt and Dunn follow Ilsa back to London, where they debate the nature of their work. Having betrayed one another so many times, they can no longer be certain of their own loyalty, question what to do next as they cannot be sure that Lane has not anticipated and moved to manipulate them. When Dunn is abducted by Lane's men, Hunt realises that Lane will always have a plan to acquire the files, and that the only sure way to stop him is to force a confrontation with him. He agrees to Lane's ultimatum to abduct the Prime Minister and use his biometrics to unlock the file. As part of Hunt's plan, Brandt contacts Hunley and reveals their location. Hunley arrives at a charity auction in Oxfordshire to try and prevent Hunt from attacking the Prime Minister, and take him with Brandt and Attlee to a secure room. Brandt has the Prime Minister confirm the existence of the Syndicate: a top-secret black project that sought to recruit disavowed foreign operatives to carry out clandestine missions; an initiative that the Prime Minister rejected as too extreme. Atlee then reveals himself as Hunt in disguise and injects the PM with truth serum to secure his biometrics. When the real Atlee arrives, Hunt injects him with truth serum as well, and forces him to admit that he began the Syndicate without the PM's permission, Lane hijacked the project for his own ends and went rogue, and Atlee has been desperately covering up its existence, including using Faust, ever since. Atlee is arrested, with Hunt having Hunley take the credit for subduing him. Stickell discovers that the file is not a ledger of agents, but contains the locations and access codes for £2.4 billion in untraceable funds - and a video message from Atlee confirming the Syndicate's activation - that Lane has been desperate to get to expand and camouflage the Syndicate's operations. Hunt destroys the file, heads to the meeting at the Tower of London, and convinces Lane he memorised the data, to force him to release Dunn and Faust. He lures Lane out into the open and into a trap set by Stickell, the same trap that the Syndicate used to capture Hunt, while Faust kills Vinter. Imprisoned in a bulletproof cell, Lane is gassed and taken into custody. Summary: Please note that all contributions to the Mission Impossible are considered to be released under the CC-BY-SA Cancel Editing help (opens in new window) Retrieved from "https://missionimpossible.fandom.com/wiki/Mission:_Impossible_–_Rogue_Nation"