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Written Answers — Defence: Harrier Aircraft (19 Jan 2012)

Peter Luff: No external legal or currency brokerage costs were incurred by the Ministry of Defence (MOD) for the retirement of the Harrier fleet or for the sale to the US Government. The external consultancy costs for these two activities were £0.7 million and £0.4 million respectively. We do not expect to incur any further costs relating to the retirement and sale to the US Government of the Harrier...

Scottish Parliament: Fisheries Negotiations (5 Nov 2009)

Richard Lochhead: ...of the actions that we have taken and are going to take. As far as the immediate priorities are concerned, I agree with many members that we have to find alternative fishing opportunities for our fleet. Liam McArthur and others highlighted the need to secure additional quotas for monkfish and megrim. That would certainly help the west coast, Shetland and Orkney fleets and is, we believe,...

Oral Answers to Questions — Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Fish Discards (21 Nov 2013)

Peter Aldous: ...’s fish stocks. Will the Minister confirm that the Government will introduce a range of measures alongside the discard ban, and that full regard will be given to the interests of the inshore fleet, such as those who fish out of Lowestoft in my constituency?

Written Answers — Defence: Warships (23 Jun 2010)

Peter Luff: ...Patrol Vessels 3 Gibraltar Squadron 2 Faslane Squadron 2 Archer Class Fast Training Boats (University Royal Navy Units) 14 In addition, the Royal Navy has 11 submarines (ballistic and fleet).

Oral Answers to Questions — Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Common Fisheries Policy (9 Dec 2010)

Peter Aldous: ...fishermen and communities all around Britain depends on a successful outcome. Will the Minister confirm that in the review of the CFP, his priorities will include a fair deal for the under-10-metre fleet and the elimination of discards?

Prime Minister: Engagements (16 Jun 2021)

David Simmonds: ...the rebuild of Hillingdon Hospital will be of great benefit to his constituents and mine? Will he commit to working with me and other local Members of Parliament, and potential future MPs such as Peter Fleet in Chesham and Amersham, to secure the future of services at Hillingdon’s other site, Mount Vernon Hospital in my constituency, which provides specialist medical treatments to a...

Written Answers — Defence: Warrior Weapons (11 Aug 2011)

Peter Luff: ...defence and security review set out an enduring requirement for an armoured infantry capability, which the Warrior capability sustainment programme will deliver by extending the service life of the fleet. The Warrior capability sustainment programme is currently in its assessment phase. The main investment decision is expected later this year.

UK-French Trading Dispute (28 Oct 2021)

Peter Aldous: The non-enforcement of total allowable catches for non-quota species in UK waters this year has not only undermined our inshore fleet but may have sent a signal that the UK will not enforce rules designed to promote sustainable fishing and our domestic industry. That might have played a contributory role in the lead-up to these incidents. Can my right hon. Friend confirm that those TACs will...

Written Answers — Defence: Military Aircraft (21 Jun 2012)

Peter Luff: The information is provided in the following table and is correct as of 15 June 2012:   Hercules C130J Hercules CI30K In-service fleet 24 8 Enduring Operations 5 1 In hangars at RAF Brize Norton(1) 2 1 Elsewhere 17 6 (1) The number of aircraft in a hangar at RAF Brize Norton will change on a regular basis and depend on the number of aircraft requiring...

European Community (Fisheries Ministers' Meeting) (30 Mar 1981)

Mr Peter Walker: I suggest that my hon. Friend studies the history of the fishing industry. If he does, he will find that the main reason for the difficulty that faces our long-distance fleet and the industry generally has nothing to do with the Common Market. It is related to the loss of access to Icelandic waters. If my hon. Friend wants to use that argument, therefore, perhaps he will try to get some money...

Orders of the Day — British Shipbuilders (Borrowing Powers) Bill (1 Nov 1983)

Mr Peter Shore: ...is momentarily present in and who is momentarily absent from the Chamber. There is a great contrast between the two island industrial nations of Britain and Japan. We both have massive merchant fleets. In spite of major reductions, in 1982 the British fleet was still over 22 million tonnes. In 1982, Japan had a fleet of 41 million tonnes. Last year Japan completed over 8 million tonnes of...

Written Answers — Defence: Warships (26 Oct 2010)

Peter Luff: ...to provide continuous at sea nuclear deterrence, the maritime defence of the UK and our overseas territories, as well as an enduring presence in priority regions such as the Gulf. The surface fleet will remain able to deliver a full spectrum of maritime capabilities from high intensity warfare to projecting UK influence.

Written Answers — Defence: Military Aircraft: Helicopters (19 Jan 2012)

Peter Luff: The previous Government purchased six Danish Merlin helicopters in 2007 to boost the UK fleet to 28. The cost of acquiring the helicopters was £203.3 million. This figure includes the cost of converting the ex-Danish aircraft for UK operational use, purchase of an initial stock of spares and the cost of procuring six replacement Merlin aircraft for Denmark. The modified UK Merlin Mk3a...

Oral Answers to Questions — Fishing Industry.: Port Henry Harbour. (23 Jul 1929)

Mr Robert Boothby: 57. asked the Financial Secretary to the Treasury whether he is aware that application has been made by the trustees of the harbours of Peter-head for advances in order to deepen Port Henry Harbour and to construct a slipway; that the present facilities and accommodation are insufficient for the requirements of the fishing fleet; and will he take steps to provide the necessary financial...

Cumbria (Special Support) (13 Jun 1991)

Peter Lilley: ...Trident submarine. Had the Leader of the Opposition had his way—still a member of the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament and elected in 1983 on a programme to get rid of the whole of the Trident fleet—there would not be a single job in Barrow-in-Furness in the shipyards.

Written Answers — Defence: Harrier Aircraft (27 Jan 2011)

Peter Luff: The Harrier aircraft retired from service with the Royal Navy and Royal Air Force on 15 December 2010. There are no plans to retain these aircraft as a reserve capability. The Harrier fleet is currently in storage and is receiving minimum maintenance including anti-deterioration measures to keep the aircraft in an airworthy condition for possible sale. It is too early to say what the final...

Written Answers — Defence: Tornado Aircraft: Repairs and Maintenance (28 Jun 2011)

Peter Luff: The RAF Tornado GR4 fleet is supported by an Availability Transformation Tornado Aircraft contract (ATTAC) with BAE Systems which includes aircraft maintenance, spares and technical support. The contract is designed to ensure that the RAF has the required number of aircraft available to carry out its operational and training commitments; this includes the current flying operations in Libya....

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Defence: Mixed-Manned Multilateral Force (15 Jul 1964)

Mr Peter Thorneycroft: No such estimate is at present possible. It has not yet been decided whether or not a mixed-manned nuclear fleet should be created or, if sc, what size it might be. In any case, Britain remains wholly uncommitted to joining a multilateral force. The estimated capital and recurrent cost would, of course, be important factors of which full account would be taken by the Government in deciding...

Orders of the Day — FINANCE (No. 2) BILL: Vat: Higher Rate (15 May 1975)

Mr Peter Snape: ...being an unduly truculent character. But listening to some of the speeches by Tory Members, I never fail to be amazed by their general hypocrisy. They and many of their equally patriotic friends in Fleet Street are rampaging the country—some of them are rampaging Western Europe or even further afield—selling this country short and telling everyone how this wicked Socialist Government...

Written Answers — Defence: Nuclear Submarines (10 Jul 2012)

Peter Luff: ...the facilities continue to meet the safety standards set by the Office of Nuclear Regulation. Regeneration of the site has been planned to ensure the delivery of the full planned Astute submarine fleet in line with current requirements.


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