Monthly Archives: November 2014

Has the Intelligence and Security Committee leaked again?

In an interesting article in Saturday’s edition of The Daily Telegraph the paper’s security correspondent, Tom Whitehead, provided details of the forthcoming Intelligence and Security Committee report on the murder of Lee Rigby. This is the second substantive newspaper article … Continue reading

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How far will GCHQ go to enter the debate about privacy?

The publication of an article in The Financial Times by the new head of GCHQ, Robert Hannigan, has prompted a mixed response. While some have offered a cautious welcome to what may be seen as a new and genuine attempt … Continue reading

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