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Put that the Prime Minister had wanted the Intelligence and Security Committee (ISC) to be more accountable to Parliament, and asked why he did not take the opportunity following the vacancy created in the chair by Paul Murphy moving to be Secretary of State for Wales to reform the Committee, the PMS replied that the vacancy arose in the chairmanship of the ISC at short notice following the reshuffle last week so the Prime Minister did not want to be in the position where we did not have a chair of this important committee for any length of time. In relation to wider reforms, this was all being considered as part of the constitutional reform agenda that was being taken forward and coordinated by Jack Straw.

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