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17 December 2014

posted 17 Dec 2014, 05:51 by ISC Admin   [ updated 17 Dec 2014, 05:53 ]

The Intelligence and Security Committee of Parliament has today released a statement on its Inquiry into detainee treatment and rendition.

25 November 2014

posted 25 Nov 2014, 03:01 by ISC Admin   [ updated 25 Nov 2014, 03:01 ]

The Intelligence and Security Committee of Parliament has today laid before Parliament its Report on the intelligence relating to the murder of Fusilier Lee Rigby.  The Report can be downloaded from the Special Reports section of this website.

21 November 2014

posted 21 Nov 2014, 10:18 by ISC Admin   [ updated 21 Nov 2014, 10:18 ]

On Tuesday 25 November, the Intelligence and Security Committee of Parliament will publish its Report on the intelligence relating to the murder of Fusilier Lee Rigby.  The Committee will be holding a press conference in Parliament at 11am on 25 November.

17 October 2014

posted 17 Oct 2014, 09:10 by ISC Admin   [ updated 17 Oct 2014, 09:10 ]

On Thursday 23 October, the Intelligence and Security Committee of Parliament will hold two further public evidence sessions as part of its Privacy and Security Inquiry.  The Committee will hear first from Sir David Omand (11:15 - 12:00), and then from the Foreign Secretary, the Rt. Hon. Philip Hammond MP (13:00 - 14:00).

Both evidence sessions will be held in Portcullis House and are open to the public, with seats being available on a ‘first come, first served’ basis.  They may also be viewed online at http://www.parliamentlive.tv/Main/Live.aspx

14 October 2014

posted 14 Oct 2014, 00:18 by ISC Admin   [ updated 14 Oct 2014, 00:19 ]

As previously announced, the Intelligence and Security Committee of Parliament will be holding a number of public evidence sessions this week as part of its Privacy and Security Inquiry.  These sessions can be viewed online at http://www.parliamentlive.tv/Main/Live.aspx

9 October 2014

posted 9 Oct 2014, 07:42 by ISC Admin   [ updated 9 Oct 2014, 07:42 ]

The Intelligence and Security Committee of Parliament has today announced a series of public evidence sessions in relation to its Inquiry into Privacy and Security, to be held on Tuesday 14, Wednesday 15 and Thursday 16 October 2014.  Further details on the sessions and a list of witnesses can be found here.

11 September 2014

posted 11 Sep 2014, 03:14 by ISC Admin   [ updated 11 Sep 2014, 03:14 ]

On 19 December 2013, the Intelligence and Security Committee of Parliament (ISC) announced that it would investigate the issues highlighted in the Detainee Inquiry report published by Sir Peter Gibson. The Committee is now inviting written submissions from those who wish to contribute. Further details are provided in the Call for Evidence.

The Chairman of the Intelligence and Security Committee of Parliament (ISC), the Rt. Hon. Sir Malcolm Rifkind MP, stated:
"The ISC has today reached a milestone in its investigation into the role of the UK Government and Security and Intelligence Agencies in relation to detainee treatment and rendition. The ISC will be considering the issues raised by Sir Peter Gibson in his interim report, and the adequacy of the current framework governing matters related to detainees. I strongly encourage participation from all those who have information to contribute."

8 May 2014

posted 8 May 2014, 09:41 by ISC Admin   [ updated 8 May 2014, 09:46 ]

Sir Malcolm Rifkind MP, Chairman of the Intelligence and Security Committee of Parliament (ISC), has today delivered a lecture at Wadham College, Oxford, entitled "Intelligence Agencies in the Internet Age: Public Servants or Public Threat?".


19 December 2013

posted 19 Dec 2013, 04:16 by ISC Admin

The Intelligence and Security Committee of Parliament has today issued a statement regarding to the publication of the Detainee Inquiry's report.

11 December 2013

posted 11 Dec 2013, 06:53 by ISC Admin   [ updated 11 Dec 2013, 06:55 ]

On 17 October 2013, the Intelligence and Security Committee of Parliament (ISC) announced that it would be broadening its inquiry into the laws which govern the intelligence agencies’ ability to intercept private communications. In addition to considering whether the current statutory framework governing access to private communications remains adequate, the Committee is also considering the appropriate balance between our individual right to privacy and our collective right to security.

The Committee is now inviting written submissions from those who wish to contribute to its Privacy and Security Inquiry.  Further details are provided in the Call for Papers.

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