Tag Archives: ISC Appointments

Too much continuity not much change: appointments to the Intelligence and Security Committee

Nominations to the new Intelligence and Security Committee have, somewhat belatedly,  been announced and approved by Parliament. This is the first time that membership of the ISC has been subject to parliamentary approval, although those nominated to serve on the committee are hand-picked … Continue reading

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Where is the Intelligence and Security Committee?

It is more than two months since the general election and new Intelligence and Security Committee (ISC) has yet to be appointed. The delay in appointing the new committee is beginning to raise eyebrows, and questions, in Parliament and beyond. … Continue reading

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Time to adopt a different approach to appointing members of the Intelligence and Security Committee

This post first appeared on the Democratic Audit blog in March 2015. In the last two weeks the Intelligence and Security Committee has lost its Chair, Sir Malcolm Rifkind, who remains as a member of the committee, and one of … Continue reading

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New appointment to the Intelligence and Security Committee

The Labour MP, Fiona Mactaggart, has been appointed to the Intelligence and Security Committee to replace the late Paul Goggins , who died in January. Mactaggart is the first new member of the Committee to be appointed since the ISC … Continue reading

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