Report: British intelligence had inadequate means

The decision by British intelligence agencies not to concentrate on two London bombers and to focus their attention on other individuals considered more dangerous before the July 7 attacks was understandable given the scale of the threat and limited resources, a legislative committee reported Thursday. The report by the Intelligence and Security Committee said intelligence agents were aware of Siddique Khan, the leader of last year's attacks which killed 52 bus and subway passengers, but had not confirmed his identity until after the bombings.