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The Joint Committee on the National Security Strategy will take evidence on the relationship between the UK and the USA on Monday 17 June.
At 4.30 pm in Committee Room 3, Palace of Westminster:
The Committee has said that in this series of evidence sessions it would seek to address the big questions facing the UK which it believes that the Government should address in the next NSS. The intention of this session was to focus on the UK’s relationship with the US and its consequences for national security, including the implications of the changing focus of US foreign policy.
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