The war "could provide some form of twisted inspiration," he warned.
"Of course there are likely to be terrorist attacks on UK soil on my watch. We wish it were not so," said Ken McCallum
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New Security Service director general Ken McCallum reveals it has been "outright racist" in some cases in the past.
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The Intelligence and Security Committee (ISC) took evidence in secret from MI5.
Foreign affairs committee chair Tom Tugendhat tells HuffPost UK's Commons People podcast there are "serious questions" for spy agencies.
There are a grand total of 175 redactions in the report. Here are the key passages that have left us scratching our heads.