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Qinetiq, the former Ministry of Defence research lab, has been given chairmanship of a UK group designed to develop government security policy. The committee, which comprises government officials, academics, and other experts, will help inform UK government policy on issues such as the introduction of biometric-based identity …

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  1. Max

    Possible conflict of interest

    Wouldn't they have been better placed to guide the government when they were a national institution? Like they were a fortnight ago?

    Considering US practices of 'advising' developing nations in regards to their economies in order to further US business aims, can their advice be trusted regarding our national security?

  2. Max

    Possible conflict of interest

    Wouldn't they have been better placed to guide the government when they were a national institution? Like they were a fortnight ago?

    Considering US practices of 'advising' developing nations in regards to their economies in order to further US business aims, can their advice be trusted regarding our national security?

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