Select Committee on Northern Ireland Affairs Minutes of Evidence

Examination of Witness (Questions 80 - 81)



  80. We will look at it very sympathetically and if there is anything which should not be in the public domain, we will simply sideline it.
  (Mr White) I came here today with the intent of giving you as heads up a picture as we know.

  81. You have most certainly done that.
  (Mr White) It is a fabric that has many holes in it and our knowledge is in need of improvement in major areas, but I certainly would like to engage with the Committee and I thank the Committee for the interest it has taken in this matter, and perhaps we can work in partnership to improve things.

  Chairman: We are very grateful. It is most likely that the Committee will want to come and look at the organisation and perhaps see how it is operating before we finish this report. Mr White, thank you very much indeed for coming and helping us in the way that you have.

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