SAS and other elite units operate without democratic oversight – unlike MI5, MI6 and GCHQ

Political pressure is building for the UK’s special forces to be subjected to parliamentary scrutiny for the first time – bringing them into line with rest of the military and the intelligence services.

The SAS and other elite units that make up the UK’s special forces are usually deployed on covert operations.

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