Daily Archives: November 16, 2013

Tracking the payroll vote

Democratic Audit have been kind enough to run my post on the ISC this week and I’m happy to return the favour by drawing attention to their post about growth in the payroll vote, which is becoming something of a preoccupation of the … Continue reading

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Getting their ducks in a row: a small step forward in intelligence agency accountability

The significance of last week’s appearance of intelligence agency heads before the parliamentary Intelligence and Security Committee (ISC), far outweighed anything that actually emerged from the evidence session itself. The ISC, which was established in 1994, has until this point … Continue reading

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