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I am told that the technical issues have been resolved, so we can resume. Mr Hanvey, please start where you left off.
I call Dame Nia Griffith, and I add my congratulations on her inclusion on Her Majesty’s birthday honours list.
We will now hear from Olly Sprague, military security and police programme director, Amnesty International; Stephanie Needleman, legal di
Order. You will have to draw it to a close, Mr Sprague, because we are at the end.
It is good to have you. We will begin with a question from Anne McLaughlin.
It is not your fault; the Committee had determined certain timescales for the panels, and we have reached the end of the timescale for th
Ms Needleman, would you like to comment?
Dr Huq, you can have your say now.
Ms Needleman, do you wish to say anything?
Q Did you wish to say something, Ms Needleman, or was I misinterpreting you?