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The Justice and Security Act 2013 requires the Committee to produce an Annual Report to Parliament on the discharge of its functions. The Annual Reports detail the work of the Committee and the administration and expenditure of the intelligence community. These reports are first submitted to the Prime Minister who is required to consider, in consultation with the ISC, whether any matters should be excluded in the interests of national security.
The majority of the Committee’s Special Reports, like its Annual Reports, are made to both the Prime Minister (in classified form) and to Parliament (with sensitive material redacted). However, a small number of reports, which deal with the most highly classified matters, may be made solely to the Prime Minister. Special Reports address particular strategic or operational issues.
On occasion, the Committee may also issue statements on current issues of concern.
The reports and statements published by the Committee are listed below in chronological order. The Committee does not comment on its work programme or reports beyond the information published on these pages.
Transcripts and Public Evidence
The highly classified nature of the ISC’s work means that it hears evidence in closed session. Very occasionally the Committee may hold a public session, in which case the transcript of that session will be listed on this page. Written submissions associated with reports will also be listed on this page where the author has given their consent.