Joint Committee on National Security Strategy - contact us

There are several different ways that you can remain informed about the work of the Committee.

Public meetings

The public are welcome to attend our public meetings. Details of the next meeting are available on our news page.

Previous meetings and publications

Webcasts of previous meetings and transcripts of evidence sessions are available: 

Our reports and Government responses can be viewed online:

Committee Staff Contact Details

You can email or write to the staff of the Joint Committee on National Security Strategy. We welcome correspondence from individuals, academics and organisations regarding the current work of the Committee or possible future work. We are always happy to offer advice on how to submit written evidence to the Committee.

James Whittle - Lords Clerk
Telephone: 020 7219 5208

Charlotte Littleboy - Commons Clerk
Telephone: 020 7219 3267

Emma Graham - Committee Specialist
Telephone: 020 7219 3301
Susan Ramsay - Commons Committee Assistant
Telephone: 020 7219 2712
Nicola Barker - Lords Committee Assistant
Telephone: 020 7219 6798

Press and Publicity Contact Details

Alex Paterson - Press Officer
Telephone: 020 7219 1589

Committee Bulletin

House of Lords Committee Bulletin

The House of Lords Committee Office publishes a daily bulletin detailing current inquiries, upcoming meetings, published reports and contact information.

Commons committee calendar

Advance information about all public committee meetings, publication dates of reports and debates.

Committees at work

Public committee sessions are open to everyone. Find out more information about how to attend these meetings:

First Review of the National Security Strategy 2010

The Committee’s first report “First Review of the National Security Strategy 2010”  introduces the work of Committee, and sets out what the National Security Strategy is, how it was produced, and how the Committee would like to see it developed. It also explains other aspects of Government decision making on national security; what the National Security Adviser does; what the National Security Council does; and how the Committee thinks it could be improved.