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Scottish Parliament: Refugees (15 Sep 2015)

Patrick Harvie: ...contribution that wealthy, powerful and—dare I say it—oil-producing countries have made and will continue to make to all those causes, as well as the contribution of the arms trade, which Christina McKelvie mentioned. This country still fuels that trade through companies such as Selex, which was mentioned in a different context in the chamber last week and which has a track...

Scottish Parliament: Scottish Economy (Progress) (8 Sep 2015)

Jackie Baillie: ...need to invest in people’s potential. We need to give them the very best start in life, the best opportunities in school and access to further and higher education and to lifelong learning. Education is an economic issue. My leader, Kezia Dugdale, visited Selex ES yesterday to talk about the engineering jobs of the future. EngineeringUK estimates that Scotland will need nearly...

Isil (23 Feb 2015)

Stephen Metcalfe: .... Will my right hon. Friend tell the House when Britain will begin training Iraqi forces in this capability and what equipment—for example, electronic IED counter-measures such as those built by Selex ES in Basildon—will be made available so that they can better tackle ISIL?

Defence in Scotland After 2014 (18 Mar 2014)

Andrew Murrison: ...and electro-optical systems in companies based throughout the country, employing thousands of people in high-skill and relatively high-salary positions. Many of our prime contractors—Babcock, BAE Systems, Rolls-Royce, Selex ES, Thales, Raytheon and QinetiQ—have sites in Scotland. The defence sector in Scotland employs about 12,600 people, with 4,000 jobs in Scottish shipyards...

Written Answers — Defence: Colombia (4 Feb 2014)

Andrew Murrison: ...discussions, UK Trade & industry (UKTI) Defence & Security Organisation arranged a small Defence & Security Industry Day (DSID) onboard HMS Richmond, comprising six UK companies: BAE Systems, Selex ES, Surrey Satellites (SSTL), Agusta Westland, Cobham and MBDA. Representatives from the Colombian Navy, including cadets from the Naval College, attended the DSID. Arfan Chaudhry is...

Written Answers — Defence: Secondment (21 Nov 2013)

Anna Soubry: ...secondees have worked on drafting legislation. Company/Organisation Number of Secondees Atomic Weapons Establishment 3 Babcock 1 BAE Systems 6 Landmarc 4 Rolls Royce 2 Selex Galileo 2 Other 3 Total 21

Scottish Parliament: Defence Industry (20 Nov 2013)

Keith Brown: ...a change in defence technologies, driven by new forms of combat that have led to changes in product design and manufacture across the defence industry. I have mentioned Thales; I could also mention Selex ES. We in the Government have faith in the ingenuity and expertise of defence workers in Scotland. Johann Lamont says that the big threat to that is the referendum. On that point, we...

Written Answers — Defence: Cybercrime (8 Oct 2013)

Andrew Robathan: ...Headquarters, Centre for Protection of National Infrastructure, British Aerospace, BT, CGI Logica, Cassadian, General Dynamics, Hewlett Packard, Lockheed Martin, QinetiQ, Raytheon UK, Rolls-Royce, Selex ES (part of Finmeccanica), Thales UK, ADS (Aerospace Defence Security) and Intellect. There is an intention for more organisations to be included as work progresses.

Educating Engineers — [Mr Charles Walker in the Chair] (16 May 2013)

Stephen Metcalfe: ...tractors are built in Basildon, at Case New Holland, generating 7 billion of exports. The personal IED-blockers that our servicemen wear in Afghanistan are built, designed and programmed in Basildon by Selex. Gardner Aerospace is a medium-sized engineering firm, employing more than 200 staff in my constituency. It is a tier 1 supplier to Airbus—there is not an Airbus A380 that...

Bills Presented: Industrial Policy and Manufacturing (22 Nov 2012)

Gerald Howarth: ...than almost anybody in this House apart from myself, Sir—with Rolls-Royce in advanced aero engineering and propulsion and Airbus providing the most advanced wing manufacturing in the world. On the military front we have Typhoon, with SELEX supplying the radar and MBDA the missile systems. We have a range of companies, from Rolls-Royce and BAE Systems, to EADS UK, Thales, Ultra,...

Oral Answers to Questions — Health: Defence Equipment and Support (17 Jul 2012)

Ian Murray: Thousands of jobs in Edinburgh rely on companies such as SELEX Galileo. What relationship will the new body have with such private sector companies?

Written Answers — Business, Innovation and Skills: Overseas Trade: Libya (24 May 2012)

Mark Prisk: The companies which participated in UK Trade and Investment Defence and Security Organisation's trade mission to Libya from 29 April to 3 May were BAE Systems, CAE, GD(UK), KBR, NATS, 3SDL, Selex Galileo, and Surrey Satellite Technology.

Written Answers — Defence: Defence: Procurement (30 Apr 2012)

Angus Robertson: ...Training International Ltd, (c) DRS C3 Systems Inc, (d) DRS Data Services Ltd, (e) DRS Technologies UK Ltd, (f) Europaams SAS, (g) Galileo Avionica Spa, (h) MBDA France, (i) MBDA UK Ltd, (j) Selex Communications Ltd, (k) Selex Galileo Ltd, (l) Selex Sensors and Airborne Systems Ltd, (m) Selex Systems Integration Ltd, (n) Vega Consulting Services Ltd and (o) Westland Helicopters Ltd in each...

Typhoon Aircraft (Exports) (7 Mar 2012)

Gerald Howarth: ...can leverage influence so much as defence, which is why we are giving it such a high priority. I pay tribute to the UK companies, large and small, throughout the supply chain that are participating in this export drive, including Rolls Royce, SELEX, Martin-Baker, MBDA and Ultra. That reminds us that the Typhoon is not just a BAE product, but encapsulates a range of outstanding British and...

Bae Systems (Lancashire) (27 Oct 2011)

Mark Hendrick: .... Will the Government fund the development of the E-Scan radar system? If so, will the Minister update the House on whether funding has been allocated for that development and whether the finance has been sent to SELEX or to BAE Systems? I invite the Minister to intervene to deal with that point.

Written Answers — Attorney-General: Consultants (18 Oct 2011)

Dominic Grieve: ...Business Consultancy 3 GovGap (COI) 2 HedraPlc 1 King's College School of Law 1 Logica 1 Methods Consulting 1 Monarch Recruitment 1 Mouchel 2 NESCO 1 NescoIT 1 Networkers MSB 3 Parity Resources 1 QI Consulting 2 Sand Resources Ltd 1 Selex Communications 1 Tribal/Avail 2 Tribal Consortium 1 2009-10...

Radar Industry (13 Sep 2011)

Peter Luff: ...Radar is the primary tool used for such detection, whether for the tracking of co-operating civil aircraft or the detection and engagement of potentially hostile aircraft. UK companies such as BAE Systems, SELEX and Thales supply many of the radars that we rely on for that critical role. I want to emphasise that: I regard SELEX and Thales as British companies, and later this afternoon I...

Written Answers — Defence: Defence: Procurement (19 Jul 2011)

Peter Luff: ...device task force uplift; improved digital mapping and aircraft protection systems. The contracts have been placed with a number of companies, including BAES, Agusta Westland, MP Aerospace, Guartel, SELEX, WA Products, Rolls Royce, Honeywell and Thales Air Defence Ltd. Specific details of the UORs are being withheld, as their disclosure would, or would be likely to prejudice the...

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: Eurofighter Typhoon (4 Jul 2011)

Stephen Metcalfe: SELEX Galileo in Basildon, along with many other businesses throughout the United Kingdom, will benefit hugely from increased exports of the Eurofighter Typhoon, and my constituents will also benefit from improved job opportunities. Will my hon. Friend update me and the House on the progress of the tender process with India?

Written Answers — Defence: Unmanned Air Vehicles (30 Jun 2011)

Peter Luff: either 2011 or 2012. The Department is also engaged in a further unmanned combat air system (UCAS) concept design and engineering study with a BAE Systems-led team that includes Rolls-Royce and Selex. This will help inform new concept designs for a future operational UCAS. Discussions have taken place, and will continue, between MOD officials and their French counterparts about the...

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