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Opposition Day — [17th( )Allotted Day] — Horsemeat: Infrastructure (12 Feb 2013)

Andy Sawford: ...and prospects for growth. Corby and east Northamptonshire has a new railway station and new schools, and the new Tresham college building is a fantastic facility for young people. That investment helps companies such as AGI Amaray, which makes all the DVD boxes we have in our homes. It helps companies such as Tata Steel to recruit people with the skills they need. It helps innovative new...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Civil Service: Secondments (5 Nov 2012)

Baroness Verma: ...Climate Change currently has five senior civil servants on secondment to companies or organisations in the United Kingdom. These companies include Technip, Statkraft, Africa Governance Initiative (AGI), Nuclear Decommissioning Authority and Research Council UK in India. During 2011 the Department of Energy and Climate Change had one senior civil servant on secondment to British Gas.

Written Answers — International Development: Developing Countries: Health Education (19 Oct 2007)

Shahid Malik: .... These are the 'Safe passages to adulthood' programme at Southampton university (with a 2 million grant) and the Transitions to Adulthood' programme, run by then Alan Guttmacher Institute (AGI) and the Population Council (with a 5 million DFID grant). Early AGI findings from research in four developing countries (Burkina Faso, Malawi, Ghana and Uganda) demonstrate that the...

Written Answers — International Development: Developing Countries: Health Education (19 Oct 2007)

Shahid Malik: .... These are the 'Safe passages to adulthood' programme at Southampton university (with a 2 million grant) and the Transitions to Adulthood' programme, run by then Alan Guttmacher Institute (AGI) and the Population Council (with a 5 million DFID grant). Early AGI findings from research in four developing countries (Burkina Faso, Malawi, Ghana and Uganda) demonstrate that the...

Written Answers — Trade and Industry: Data Standards (17 Oct 2006)

Malcolm Wicks: ...based on the standards. Further information can be obtained from the British Standards Institute (David Cowers—020 8996 7419), and for BS7666, the Association for Geographic Information (AGI) at www.agi.org.uk.

Written Answers — Deputy Prime Minister: Award Schemes (17 Mar 2003)

Chris Leslie: .... The Association for Geographic Information Annual Central Government Award for best use of geographic information. The awards are presented at the annual Association for Geographic Information (AGI) Annual General Meeting and Awards dinner which was held last year on 14 November 2002. The request for nominations is made in advance to members of the AGI and the Intra Governmental Group...

Written Answers — Transport, Local Government and the Regions: Ordnance Survey (19 Dec 2001)

Sally Keeble: ...a Steering Group chaired by my Department. It also included representatives from Ordnance Survey, HM Treasury, Cabinet Office and two external members from the Association of Geographic Information (AGI) and the London borough of Lewisham. Consultation took place with a wide range of stakeholders and customers in the geographic information business in Great Britain. Ordnance Survey is a...

Falkland Islands (7 Apr 1982)

Mr Keith Speed: ...to gather what intelligence they can. They may well reap a harvest by watching our operating tactics and by listening to the things that submarines are interested in. I have no doubt that the ubiquitous AGI intelligence gatherers will be there. We do not want the Soviets, or anyone else, becoming involved in an incident that is at present limited between the Argentine and us and that might...

Orders of the Day — Royal Navy (Apprentice Group Instructors) (9 Mar 1966)

Mr Joseph Mallalieu: I am extremely grateful for the manner in which this issue has been raised tonight by the hon. Lady the Member for Plymouth, Devonport (Dame Joan Vickers), the hon. Member for Plymouth, Sutton (Mr. Ian Fraser) and my hon. Friend the Member for Dunfermline Burghs (Mr. Adam Hunter). There is certainly no party political issue in this. I can well understand the impatience both of hon. Members...

Oral Answers to Questions — British Army.: Re-Enlisted Pensioners. (23 Jun 1942)

Sir John Mellor: asked the Secretary of State for War whether pensioners re-enlisted before mobilisation under War Office letter No. 3o/Misc/2879/A.G.I.(c), of 22nd May, 1939, who are compulsorily retained notwithstanding the expiration of their three years' engagement, will be entitled to elect to serve, either on their former contractual terms, or on the usual terms appropriate to their rank and service?


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