A parliamentary report on the 7 July attacks in which 52 people were killed says intelligence and security services cannot be blamed. The Commons intelligence and security committee does not accuse any agency of negligence over the four suicide bombings on London's transport network. But the cross-party committee is asking why the lead bomber, who was known to police, was not investigated. Levels of intelligence on UK militants in Pakistan are also criticised. Counter-terrorism officials say lead bomber Mohammed Sidique Khan, who prior to 7 July was suspected of petty fraud and not terrorism, was considered a low priority to whom it was not worth diverting resources. But the committee questions why he was never fully investigated, despite being known to security officials. It accepts that gathering intelligence on the activities of British militants in Pakistan was extremely difficult prior to 7 July, but says it should still have been better. The committee was "very aware that the security and intelligence agencies - MI5 and MI6 - didn't have and still don't have enough people with languages - that's their problem". It's about time then the FCO got of there backsides & recruited more staff with foreign languages. And I cant believe that he was a special needs teacher who was suspected of petty fraud!!!!. Did'nt the Police realise his job role. Then again Ruth Kelly let know pedo's work in schools so im not supprised there!