the telegraph article
I saw that one first, since that's the paper I read, however the Guardian article is as usual much more interesting and far more detailed about the individuals in question, especially about their lives before and after the war..
The Telegraph article reads more like a short opinion piece, albeit one written by an old friend of my late ex, who he was at the Castle with, someone with a rather famous wife and a mother-n-law who russian TV described as moss-covered (I bet she laughed at that).
The story of the Cichociemni is fascinating and deserved to be told, although I suspect some of it is classified even after all the years that have passed. Polish refugees to the U.K. have important stories to tell. Not just those who settled afterwards but those who came there at the worst time for special reasons, people like the Cichociemni at Audley End and the Lwów doctors in Edinburgh.
Here's an article (from a different telegraph, the one in Bradford, a city with a large and sometimes controversial Polish and Ukrainian diaspora) asking people with stories of the Cichociemni to come forward. I remember the Polish Club there in the old days, with ex-combatants telling their stories of the War over a pint of bitter.
And here's the page from the government organisation that Tim Laurence (who wrote the Daily Telegraph piece runs) about the Cichociemni. Very worth reading. It's very detailed, beautifully illustrated and has plenty about Alan Mack (Alfons Maćkowiak) one of their instructors. I like the way they focus on the individuals involved.