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National Security Capability Review: Risk Assessment

Question for Cabinet Office

UIN 133045, tabled on 16 March 2018

To ask the Minister for the Cabinet Office, pursuant to the Answer of 13 March 2018 to Question 131358, on Defence: Modernisation, whether the National Security Capability Review will include new risk assessments separate to the National Security Risk Assessment.

Answered on

22 March 2018

The National Security Capability Review was conducted in support of the implementation of the National Security Strategy and Strategic Security and Defence Review, to help ensure that the underlying policies and plans were as joined-up, efficient, and effective as possible. The review drew upon the existing National Security Risk Assessment and refreshed our understanding of the challenges based upon the current national security context.

The National Security Council has agreed the high-level findings of the National Security Capability Review. Ministers have agreed that we should finalise the National Security Capability Review with a view to publishing the conclusions in late spring.

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