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Question 1: John Scarlett became the head of SIS on 6 May 2004, before publication of the findings of the ________.
Butler ReviewHutton InquiryJoint Intelligence Committee (United Kingdom)Downing Street memo

Question 2: [2] He was a contemporary of figures including Christopher Hitchens, Robert Jackson, William Waldegrave, Edwina Currie, Stephen Milligan, John Redwood, William Blair, ________ and Gyles Brandreth.
Bill ClintonAl GoreEd RendellHoward Dean

Question 3: Scarlett gave evidence at the ________ into the circumstances surrounding Kelly's death.
Hutton InquiryDavid Kelly (weapons expert)The GuardianTony Blair

Question 4: He took on the role of head of the JIC one week before the ________.
United Airlines Flight 93Osama bin LadenAl-QaedaSeptember 11 attacks

Question 5: Fluent in French and Russian, Scarlett was educated at ________ and Magdalen College, Oxford where in 1969 or 1970 he received a first class degree in history.
England national rugby union teamUnited KingdomEnglandEpsom College

Question 6: Sir John McLeod Scarlett, KCMG, OBE (born 18 August 1948) was Director General of the British ________ (MI6) from 2004 to 2009.
Defence Intelligence StaffMI5Secret Intelligence ServiceGovernment Communications Headquarters

Question 7: [11] Scarlett, while Chairman of the JIC, was the principal author of the ________, a document partly by which the Prime Minister justified to Parliament the invasion of Iraq and which was later found to be "flawed" by the Butler Review.
September DossierIraq DossierDavid Kelly (weapons expert)Hutton Inquiry

Question 8: The normally secretive intelligence services were thrust into the public gaze in the Summer of 2003 after the death of the eminent government weapons expert, ________.
Alexander Litvinenko assassination theories9/11 conspiracy theoriesNiger uranium forgeriesDavid Kelly (weapons expert)

Question 9: [3] Shortly afterward, he was recruited by MI6 and served in ________, Nairobi (1973–1976), and Paris.
RussiaMoscowLondonAthens







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