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Work of the National Security Adviser examined

14 October 2021

This is a one-off session with the NSA and former acting NSA, to consider the events surrounding the UK’s evacuation from Afghanistan in August, the involvement of the NSA, DNSA and NSC in planning for the withdrawal, what these events might suggest about the UK’s national security machinery, and their implications for the future of the Integrated Review.

Witnesses

Wednesday 20 October 2021

At 3.00pm

  • Sir Stephen Lovegrove, National Security Adviser, Cabinet Office
  • David Quarrey, Prime Minister’s International Affairs Adviser and Deputy National Security Adviser (acting NSA from September 2020 to March 2021)

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