Sir David Omand
Sir David Omand, formerly Security and Intelligence Coordinator, Permanent Secretary of the Home Office and Director of GCHQ is now a Visiting Professor at King’s College London.
Our Security and Intelligence Agencies must be held to account. But without secrecy, a secret service cannot do its job
03 March 2013 12:00 AM
The Justice and Security Bill's proposals to introduce Closed Material Procedures in court is the best compromise between accountability and national security, says Sir David Omand
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