Skip to main content

Research Repository

See what's under the surface

Advanced Search

Dr Jane Kirkpatrick

Image

Jane Kirkpatrick

Occasional Associate Lecturer - HAS HSS


Watching the watchers: Parliament and the intelligence services (2014)
Book
Defty, A., Bochel, H., & Kirkpatrick, J. (2014). Watching the watchers: Parliament and the intelligence services. Palgrave Macmillan UK. https://doi.org/10.1057/9781137270436

© Hugh Bochel, Andrew Defty and Jane Kirkpatrick 2014. All rights reserved. This study offers the first detailed examination of the varied means by which parliament through its committees and the work of individual members has sought to scrutinise th... Read More about Watching the watchers: Parliament and the intelligence services.

'New mechanisms of independent accountability': Select committees and parliamentary scrutiny of the intelligence services (2013)
Journal Article
Kirkpatrick, J., Bochel, H., & Defty, A. (2015). 'New mechanisms of independent accountability': Select committees and parliamentary scrutiny of the intelligence services. Parliamentary Affairs, 68(2), 314-331. https://doi.org/10.1093/pa/gst032

© 2013 The Author. Oversight of intelligence and security agencies has become of significant interest in recent years. In the UK the principal mechanism for providing parliamentary oversight of the agencies is the Intelligence and Security Committee... Read More about 'New mechanisms of independent accountability': Select committees and parliamentary scrutiny of the intelligence services.

Tapping the Telephones of Members of Parliament: The 'Wilson Doctrine' and Parliamentary Privilege (2013)
Journal Article
Kirkpatrick, J., Defty, A., & Bochel, H. (2014). Tapping the Telephones of Members of Parliament: The 'Wilson Doctrine' and Parliamentary Privilege. Intelligence and National Security, 29(5), 675-697. https://doi.org/10.1080/02684527.2013.777606

In 1966, in what has become known as the Wilson Doctrine, the Prime Minister, Harold Wilson, informed Parliament that he had issued an instruction that the telephones of parliamentarians were not to be intercepted by the intelligence and security age... Read More about Tapping the Telephones of Members of Parliament: The 'Wilson Doctrine' and Parliamentary Privilege.

;