Kenny MacAskill: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence, if he will publish a list the (a) items and (b) value of hospitality received by the Chief of the Defence Staff and his predecessor in connection with their attendance at the Sultan's Privy Council in Oman on (i) 5-6 January 2019, (ii) 6-7 January 2018 and (iii) 7-8 January 2017.
Kevan Jones: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence, what contracts are in place with UK companies to support and maintain F-35.
Deidre Brock: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence, how many safety improvement notices have been issued by the Defence Nuclear Safety Regulator in each year since 2010.
Deidre Brock: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence, with reference to the Answer of 3 July 2019 to Question 269749 on Trafalgar Class Submarines, what the latest information is on the base ports of those submarines.
Deidre Brock: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence, what recent progress has been made on the Submarine Dismantling Project.
Kevan Jones: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence, whether the majority of F-35s deployed on Queen Elizabeth's voyage to the Indo-Pacific will be US Marine Corps aircraft.
Viscount Younger of Leckie: ...Irish National Liberation Army Irish People's Liberation Organisation Irish Republican Army Loyalist Volunteer Force Orange Volunteers Red Hand Commando Red Hand Defenders Saor Eire Ulster Defence Association Ulster Freedom Fighters Ulster Volunteer Force
Lord Wallace of Saltaire: To ask Her Majesty's Government how the (1) financial, and (2) other, contributions made by the Crown Dependencies to the UK in return for UK provision of (a) defence, (b) security, (c) international representation, and (d) other services, are reported to Parliament.
Lord Naseby: To ask Her Majesty's Government whether the information contained in despatches written by UK defence attachés must be independently verified before submission; if so, whether it is standard practice to ensure that such attachés are briefed to that effect; and if so, what record, if any, they hold of Lieutenant Colonel Gash, being so briefed.
Lord Goldsmith of Richmond Park: ...and instability, including through engagement with the Government of Mozambique's regional development authority in Cabo Delgado, and by providing targeted assistance under the framework of a Defence Memorandum of Understanding. The UK also co-chairs, with Ireland, the International Community Crisis Taskforce. This brings together the Mozambican government and the international community...
Lord Naseby: To ask Her Majesty's Government, further to the despatches written by Lieutenant Colonel Gash, the former defence attaché of the British High Commission in Sri Lanka about events in that country between 1 January and 18 May 2009 relating to the civil war, whether they consider all reports by UK military attachés and diplomats to be evidence based-assessments.
Lord Sikka: To ask Her Majesty's Government what resources they provide for defending each of the (1) Crown Dependencies, and (2) British Overseas Territories; and what is the total cost of such resources.
Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon: ...Ukraine's border at the OSCE. There has been regular Ministerial and senior official level engagement with the Government of Ukraine and with our allies on this issue. The Foreign Secretary and the Defence Secretary spoke to their Ukrainian counterparts on 2 April and the Prime Minister had discussions with President Zelenskyy of Ukraine on 5 April to assure them of the UK's support. As a...
Baroness Goldie: ... 401 0 Albemarle Barracks 357 27 Brompton Barracks 568 688 Clive Barracks 412 23 Tidworth Garrison 530 2887 Notes Arnhem Garrison is not a site recognised by Ministry of Defence. There was an Arnhem Barracks in Aldershot, however this was vacated in 2008. As a Phase 2 training establishment, Brompton Barracks includes a number of multi occupancy rooms which accommodate...
Lord Roberts of Llandudno: To ask Her Majesty's Government who are the members of the ministerial group tasked with cohering cyber decision-making across Government, as set out in The Integrated Review of Security, Defence, Development and Foreign Policy, published in March 2021.
...relevant, family members of any person meeting the definition within paragraph (a), (b) or (c).(4) In subsection (1) “duty of care” means both the legal and moral obligation of the Ministry of Defence to ensure the wellbeing of service personnel.(5) None of the provisions of this section may be used to alter the principle of combat immunity.””
Lord Robertson of Port Ellen: ...saving—this Bill represents the conclusion of a tenacious campaign to draw public and parliamentary attention to its manifest defects. In particular, I pay tribute to John Healey MP, the shadow Defence Secretary, and Stephen Morgan MP, who sought in the other place to demonstrate the weaknesses of the Bill. I also thank David Davis MP— who I once was in hand-to-hand combat with as his...
Baroness Goldie: I should say to my noble friend that I do not share his somewhat pessimistic perspective. He will be aware that the defence budget is at unprecedented levels, which includes a healthy shipbuilding investment that will double over the life of this Parliament, rising to over £1.7 billion a year. We are also committed to exciting developments on our aerial front, including the RAF with the FCAS...
Lord Mackay of Clashfern: ...know who represented the Post Office in these proceedings, whether they had any reason to doubt the validity of the evidence that the Post Office produced and, if so, whether that was passed to the defence.