Former GCHQ Director and former National Security Adviser questioned by Committee

12 September 2018

The International Relations Committee takes evidence on the foreign policy and national security issues facing the UK and the role of the National Security Council.


Wednesday 12 September in Committee Room 2, Palace of Westminster

At 10.40am

  • Mr Robert Hannigan CMG, former Director, GCHQ (2014-17)
  • Sir Mark Lyall-Grant KCMG, former National Security Adviser (2015-17)

Possible questions

  • What are the most pressing foreign policy and national security issues facing the UK?
  • Is the National Security Council appropriately structured to coordinate the UK’s international policies?
  • How well has the UK adapted to the cyber security threat? What more is there to be done?
  • Which countries represent the UK’s most important partners in its post-Brexit foreign policy?

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