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Written Answers — Department for Business, Innovation and Skills: UK Trade and Investment (24 Sep 2015)

Anna Soubry: ... Jaguar Land Rover RWE AstraZeneca EDF JCB SABIC Atkins EE Johnson & Johnson Samsung Aviva Eisai Johnson Matthey Shell Babcock Engie (GDF Suez) Lockheed Martin Siemens BAE Systems Facebook Microsoft SSE Balfour Beatty Ford Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Statoil BASF GE Mitubishi Corporation Syngenta BG Group GKN Mondeléz International Tata...

[Mr David Amess in the Chair] — Arms Sales (Human Rights) (17 Sep 2015)

Margaret Ferrier: ...two days before BAe was due to issue its financial results, amid rumours that its share price was set to fall unless agreement could be reached on the pricing of the Typhoon deal. The next day, Saudi Arabia and BAe Systems announced that a deal had been finalised. So while the royal family grovel to maintain the status quo of our arms trade with the Saudis, the human rights abuses continue...

Budget Statement — Motion to Take Note (21 Jul 2015)

Lord Bhattacharyya: ...100 higher apprentices. This year alone it is taking 450 graduates and over 300 apprentices. These need training and skills in many different disciplines and specialities. Companies like Dyson, Rolls-Royce, JCB and BAE Systems also use a range of the best FE colleges and universities to provide technical education for all employees. The apprenticeship levy will create demand for quality...

Avro Vulcan XH558 (21 Jul 2015)

Gerald Howarth: ...feasibility of returning the aircraft to flight, based on sound management practice and a professional approach. Robert’s credibility won over the aircraft’s design authority, British Aerospace—now BAE Systems—which, in 1998, identified that Marshall Aerospace and Defence Group of Cambridge had the skills, capabilities, quality control and experience in one-off...

Isil: Ways and Means — Budget Resolutions and Economic Situation — Amendment of the Law (13 Jul 2015)

Suella Fernandes: I am very proud of the local aviation and aerospace industries. My constituency has Eaton Aerospace and the neighbouring Portsmouth constituency has BAE Systems—key British companies that are exporting and are at the cutting edge of the aviation and aerospace sector, thanks to lots of investment from central Government. Solent local enterprise partnership, which I met today, benefited...

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: Reserve Forces: Recruitment (13 Jul 2015)

Nigel Evans: ...Minister agree that it is absolutely right that reservists who see action get the right equipment to protect them, which would include the use of drones manufactured by some of my constituents at BAE Systems?

Isil: Topical Questions (13 Jul 2015)

Nigel Evans: BAE systems at Samlesbury is about to hit another milestone with the manufacturing of the 200th aft fuselage of the F35. Will the Minister come to BAE Systems at Samlesbury during this period to see at first hand some of the most dedicated and skilled workforce in the United Kingdom?

Britain and International Security (2 Jul 2015)

Nigel Evans: ...% spent on international development. If we can do it for that, we can do it for defence. By 2%, I mean a minimum of 2%, because if it takes more, we will need to spend it. This is a most dangerous time for us. I am not saying that simply because BAE Systems Samlesbury is in my constituency—I am proud of the work it does—but because we need to ensure that not only do we have...

Education and Adoption Bill (22 Jun 2015)

Carol Monaghan: science and engineering has ensured the Clyde’s rich tradition in shipbuilding is world renowned, but there are only two shipyards remaining: Govan and Scotstoun, which is situated in my constituency. When BAE Systems builds ships in Glasgow, it is not mere tokenism; it is because it knows it has one of the world’s most highly skilled workforces at its disposal. When the...

European Union Referendum Bill: Clause 3 — Further provision about the referendum (16 Jun 2015)

Gerald Howarth: No, I will not give way, because all three Members have spoken and intervened ad nauseam. I have a reception to go to for BAE Systems, the fourth largest defence manufacturer in the world, based in my constituency, and I do not wish to detain the Committee more than is absolutely necessary.

Written Answers — Ministry of Defence: Minesweepers (8 Jun 2015)

Douglas Chapman: ...the Secretary of State for Defence, if he will estimate the proportion of the value of the UK Ministry of Defence Autonomous Minesweeping Capability contract that will go to (a) Atlas Elektronik (b) BAE systems and (c) Babcock.

BAE Systems (Clyde Shipyards) (4 Jun 2015)

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Defence Review — Question (25 Mar 2015)

Lord Palmer of Childs Hill: My Lords, the report suggests that the departing part-time chairman of BAE Systems was paid £211,000, plus £5,000 for a chauffeur, for three and a half months after he ceased his board duties. Can the Minister confirm that the defence review will ensure that these obscene costs are not recharged to the taxpayer?

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (18 Mar 2015)

Nigel Evans: On that theme, BAE Systems, which manufactures world-beating military jets, announced that it is to set up a training academy in the Ribble Valley, upskilling the current work force and bringing on new talent via its ambitious apprenticeship scheme. Will the Prime Minister welcome the £15.6 million investment in this training academy, and when it opens next year, will he visit the...

Business of the House: Backbench Business — Defence Spending (12 Mar 2015)

Nigel Evans: As my hon. Friend knows, I back the minimum 2% spend of GDP on defence. He knows how important that is to the Ribble Valley. Does he welcome the announcement today by the Prime Minister and BAE Systems that a new training academy will open at BAE Systems Samlesbury, not only to train the new apprentices but to tune up the great skills we already have at BAE Systems?

Written Answers — Ministry of Defence: Joint Strike Fighter Aircraft (12 Mar 2015)

Lord West of Spithead: To ask Her Majesty’s Government what proportion of each Sea Lightning will be built in the United Kingdom by BAE Systems and other British contractors.

Oral Answers to Questions — Treasury: Trade Union Reform (Civil Service) (10 Mar 2015)

Lucy Powell: ...their political ideology than good accounting. Check-off is another example. Many major private employers use it: in construction, there is Balfour Beatty; in pharmaceuticals, there is AstraZeneca; in manufacturing, there is BAE Systems, GKN and Rolls-Royce. All of these private sector companies recognise its benefits, but unsurprisingly this Conservative-led Government have done...

Written Answers — Ministry of Defence: Nimrod Aircraft (6 Mar 2015)

Julian Brazier: ...airframes, against a corresponding receipt of £1 million. Available financial information has not identified payments relating to the programme after 20 October 2012. Information on payments made to BAE Systems in respect of work undertaken on the Nimrod MRA4 programme is no longer centrally held and could be provided only at disproportionate cost. I am withholding details of...

Women: Economic Empowerment — Motion to Take Note (5 Mar 2015)

Baroness Jolly: ...Act, Report initiative, we are encouraging firms actively to look at how their female employees are faring, take action to address any issues and report publicly on their progress. More than 270 companies have signed up so far, including major employers such as BT, Tesco, Specsavers, Unilever and BAE Systems. That means that more than 2.5 million employees are working in organisations...

Astute-class Submarines — Question (2 Mar 2015)

Lord Palmer of Childs Hill: My Lords, in view of the vulnerable international situation, have the Government been in discussions with BAE Systems about how to speed up the production of these necessary submarines with Tomahawk missiles if the international situation gets worse, or are we stuck on a timetable that has no connection with the international scene?

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