Intelligence and Security Committee's report into Russian interference in UK democracy

Kristian Healey-Ryder made this Freedom of Information request to Prime Minister's Office

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Kristian Healey-Ryder

Dear Prime Minister's Office,

I am requesting the publication of the Intelligence and Security Committee's report into Russian interference in UK democracy, completed in March 2019.

The report was sent to the prime minister on 17 October 2019. The Prime Minister promised to publish the report after the 2019 general election, some six months ago.

Given this report examines the very fabric of our democracy, it is an affront to all voters that its contents are still unknown. It is likely that the non-publication is to save the blushes of a single political party, which threatens democracy itself.

Yours faithfully,

Kristian Healey-Ryder

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