Alan Rusbridger, editor of the British newspaper The Guardian, which aided Edward Snowden in publishing classified information on U.S. government spying, said Tuesday his paper isn’t likely to publish much more of the leaks.

“I would not expect us to be publishing a huge amount more,” he told Parliament as part of a session on counterterrorism, according to the Associated Press.

He added that the leaks his paper has published amount to “about 1 percent” of what Snowden originally provided it with.

Snowden has sought asylum in Russia and is believed to still be hiding in the country.