Foreign Secretary and National Security Adviser questioned on UK Strategy

09 September 2010

In the second of three public evidence sessions on its inquiry into "Who Does UK Grand Strategy?", the Public Administration Select Committee will hear from William Hague and officials led by Sir Peter Ricketts, the National Security Adviser. The session is likely to examine, among other things, current capacity in Whitehall to undertake high level strategic thinking and the framework which may be necessary to sustain it.

Tuesday 14 September 2010

Committee Room 5


At 12.00 pm

  •  The Foreign Secretary, Rt Hon William Hague, and David Frost, Director for Strategy, FCO. 

At 1.00 pm

  • Sir Peter Ricketts KCMG, National Security Adviser; Tom McKane, MoD and Robert Hannigan, FCO

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