Intelligence and Security Committee Annual Report 2005-2006
The Stationery Office, Jun 29, 2006 - Political Science - 41 pages
The Intelligence and Security Committee (ISC) was established under the Intelligence Services Act 1994 to examine the expenditure, administration and policy of the UK's three intelligence and security agencies: the Security Service, the Secret Intelligence Service (SIS) and the Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ). The Committee's annual report details its work in relation to these matters during the year 2005-06, as well as examining a number of other Agency-related matters and wider intelligence community issues, and makes 25 conclusions and recommendations. The Committee's report on intelligence and security matters relating to the July 7 bombings in London was published in May 2006 (Cm 6785, ISBN 0101678525).
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