23 November 2021
On 25 October 2021 the Committee sent its Annual Report 2019-2021 to the Prime Minister.
In accordance with the Justice and Security Act 2013, the Prime Minister must consider whether there is any information in the report which, if published, would be prejudicial to the continued discharge of the functions of the security and intelligence agencies. By convention the Committee requests that the Prime Minister responds within ten working days. This period expired on Monday 8 November. The Committee is still hopeful that the Prime Minister will provide notification by 26 November – the last possible day if the Report (which has already been delayed for six months by late returns by the Government) is to be published before the House rises for Christmas Recess.
17:01, 23 November 2021
2 March 2021
The Intelligence and Security Committee of Parliament has today released a statement on the Covert Human Intelligence Sources (Criminal Conduct) Act 2021.
ISC Statement on the Covert Human Intelligence Sources (Criminal Conduct) Act 2021
10:53, 2 March 2021
26 August 2021
The Committee has today requested from the Government any intelligence assessments which covered the outlook for the regime with regards to the final withdrawal of US and coalition forces from Afghanistan.
15:36, 26 August 2021
24 November 2021
Further to the notification on this website yesterday that confirmation had not yet been received from the Prime Minister in relation to its Annual Report, the Committee received that confirmation this afternoon.
The Annual Report will therefore be laid before Parliament before the House rises for recess.
14:16, 24 November 2021
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13:40, 15 January 2021