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Mr Peter Hesketh-Fleetwood

Former MP for Preston (10 Dec 1832 – 23 Jul 1847)

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Written Answers — Defence: Chiefs of Defence Staff (21 Nov 2002)

Adam Ingram: ...Last five chiefs of Defence Staff Period of office Admiral Sir Michael Boyce GCB OBE ADC 16.02.01- General Sir Charles Guthrie GCB LVO OBE ADC Gen 02.04.97–15.02.01 Field Marshal Sir Peter Inge GCB 15.03.94–01.04.97 Marshal of the Royal Air Force Sir Peter Harding GCB DSc FRAeS CBIM 01.01.93–13.03.94 Field Marshal Sir Richard Vincent CBE KCB DSO...

Orders of the Day — Women's Royal Naval Service (10 Mar 1943)

Commander Sir Peter Agnew: I do not know whether my hon. and gallant Friend has spent his time during this war in travelling around the Fleet; but I have been in the Fleet, or in some form of it, during the past three years, and I have never heard these views expressed by officers or men in the Fleet.

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: Anti-submarine Force (20 Jul 1972)

Sir Peter Kirk: It is not part of our current policy to maintain a large reserve fleet, although from time to time ships that do not form part of the operational fleet are maintained at Chatham, thereby providing a reserve for the quick replacement of ships of the active fleet should this be necessary.

Northern Ireland Assembly: Oral Answers to Questions — Regional Development: Translink Buses and Trains (10 Dec 2001)

Peter Robinson: Translink has advised that, in addition to its two Enterprise-class rolling stock, which are used between Belfast and Dublin, it currently has a total operational fleet of 28 train sets. The fleet comprises nine three-car 450 castle class and 19 class 80 sets. Translink also expects to add eight-car train, which formerly operated on the Gatwick Express route, to its fleet shortly. By early...

Written Answers — Defence: Military Aircraft (30 Nov 2011)

Peter Luff: The number of combat aircraft in service with the RAF is shown in the following table: Aircraft type In-service fleet numbers Forward fleet Tornado 136 93 Typhoon 83 55 In-service aircraft includes those undergoing planned depth maintenance but excludes those which are redundant, declared as surplus or awaiting disposal. The forward fleet comprises aircraft which are...

Written Answers — Defence: Navy (31 Oct 2011)

Peter Luff: ...the cost of the asset minus depreciation) of equipment declared surplus in the financial year ending 31 March 2011. The figures provided under the first two categories are not held by individual fleets (Royal Navy, Royal Fleet Auxiliary and Fleet Air Arm). Asset category Value (£ million) Engineering and Technical Equipment(1) 103 General Stores(2) 6 Other equipment (Royal...

Newspaper Industry (Royal Commission's Report) (17 Mar 1976)

Mr Peter Shore: The general agreement was that the most critical area of the Press was Fleet Street, although I would associate Manchester with Fleet Street, as did the Royal Commission. Therefore, Fleet Street should be the focus of the interim Report of the Royal Commission. It would be wrong to penalise efficient parts of the Press. When the arithmetic is done by the joint committee we shall have a...

Written Answers — Defence: Hawk Aircraft (24 May 2011)

Peter Luff: The available information is provided in the following table. In service fleet Forward fleet Fit for purpose Hawk T1 127 88 60 Hawk T2 20 19 10 In service aircraft include those undergoing planned depth maintenance but exclude those which are redundant, declared as surplus or awaiting disposal. The forward fleet comprises aircraft which are serviceable or short-term...

Nato: Common Fisheries Policy (17 Jun 2013)

Peter Aldous: I congratulate the Minister on his efforts over the past three years in securing a fair deal for the British fleet. My concern is that these reforms come very much at the 59th minute of the 23rd hour for the Lowestoft fleet, which is very much a pale shadow of its former self. What Suffolk fishermen now need—urgently—is a fair share of quota for the inshore fleet. Will he outline the work...

Public Bill Committee: Finance Bill: Clause 74 (3 Jun 2008)

Peter Bone: take up some of the things that the Minister has said. First, on the first-year allowance—the 100 per cent. write-down—I have been in business and I have had to make decisions about buying a fleet of cars and I certainly would be attracted to something that offered 100 per cent. first-year allowance. I may have already based my fleet on the 120 g per kilometre and because I am into...

Written Answers — Defence: Military Aircraft (10 Jul 2012)

Peter Luff: holding answer 24 May 2012 For current performance against time and cost criteria for the Puma upgrade, Chinook fleet, Wildcat fleet, Merlin fleet, Voyager air-to-air refueller and troop transporter, A400M air transporter, Airseeker surveillance aircraft, Typhoon fleet and Joint Strike Fighter fleet, I refer the hon. Member to the “Major Projects Report 2011: Ministry of Defence”,...

Orders of the Day — Transport Finances Bill: Clause 1. — (FINANCES OF RAILWAYS BOARD, WATERWAYS BOARD AND LONDON BOARD, 1962 c. 46.) (20 May 1966)

Mr Peter Walker: There has been no opportunity to debate that subject. I would point out that the difference is that the Transport Holding Company buys a fleet of lorries and then tries to operate that fleet on an equally competing basis. There is no deficit or subsidy involved. This is a commercial transaction. What we are saying now is that British Railways are refusing access to the private haulier, and...

Public Bill Committee: Fisheries Bill: Examination of witness (6 Dec 2018)

Griffin Carpenter: That is a good question. The line that has always been used on quota allocation in the past was, “You’re robbing Peter to pay Paul, and we don’t want that in the industry.” Now we have the idea of a Brexit dividend of extra quota, we are robbing Pierre to pay Paul, so that is fine. We are fine as long as Peter is protected. The idea of quota shares is actually a...

Written Answers — Defence: Navy (15 Sep 2011)

Peter Luff: As at 7 September 2011, the Order of Battle for the fleet was as follows: Number Landing Platform Helicopter (1)2 Landing Platform Dock 2 T45 3 T42 4 T23 13 Hunt Class MCV 8 Sandown Class MCV 7 River Class Offshore Patrol Vessels 3 Helicopter Offshore Patrol Vessels 1 P2000 Patrol Boats 18 Ocean Survey Vessels 1 Coastal Survey Vessels 3 ...

Written Answers — Defence: Royal Fleet Auxiliary (11 Jul 2011)

Peter Luff: The Royal Fleet Auxiliary will continue to operate a fleet of supply and support vessels scaled to meet the Navy's requirements. We are taking forward the findings of the value for money review of the Royal Fleet Auxiliary which were announced in the debate by the Minister for Defence Personnel, Welfare and Veterans, my right hon. Friend the Member for South Leicestershire (Mr Robathan), on...

Oral Answers to Questions — Environment: Cement Dust Fall-out (Thamesside) (26 Apr 1972)

Mr Peter Walker: I have been receiving from the Chief Alkali and Clean Air Inspector special reports at two-monthly intervals on emissions of dust from the cement works at North fleet. I am asking North fleet Urban District Council for further evidence and shall consider in the light of this whether further action is required.

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: Naval Vessels (Nuclear-Powered Engines) (20 Jul 1972)

Sir Peter Kirk: No, Sir. Nuclear propulsion in the Royal Navy will be restricted, for the foreseeable future, to Polaris and Fleet submarines. Fleet submarines comprise about a quarter of the naval warships planned for delivery in the next five years.

Oral Answers to Questions: Royal Navy Dockyards (14 Dec 1982)

Mr Peter Griffiths: Does my right hon. Friend agree that, in the interests of the remaining dockyards and fleet maintenance bases, it is essential that they have sufficient resources in terms of locally autonomous management and manpower to provide an efficient and cost-effective backup to the Fleet?

Written Answers — Defence: European Fighter Aircraft (30 Mar 2011)

Peter Luff: On 9 March 2011 three Typhoon aircraft were being used as donor airframes for cannibalised parts. This is a routine measure in the management of the fast jet fleet. None of these aircraft were in the forward fleet.

Written Answers — Defence: Armoured Fighting Vehicles (9 Nov 2011)

Peter Luff: Following the implementation of the strategic defence and security review the Army's supported main battle tank fleet now consists of 227 Challenger 2. The Ministry of Defence is currently considering the disposal options for the 118 Challenger 2 that are no longer part of the supported fleet.

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