Results 161–180 of 500 for peter fleet

EU Exit Negotiations (15 Nov 2018)

Richard Bacon: When we become an independent coastal state again, which I very much look forward to, our fishing waters will of course need protecting. Will the Prime Minister consider commissioning a new fleet of very fast naval vessels to chase down and capture any vessels that come into our waters to fish uninvited, thus protecting fishing and our rights to fishing in Scotland and right down the east...

Council of Fisheries Ministers (26 Jan 1983)

Mr Peter Mills: ...quality fish for our fishermen to fish for, which will benefit not only fishermen but the consumer? Will he also bear in mind the fact that it is important to proceed with aid for modernising the fleet so that there can be more economical fishing in the future, again to the benefit of the consumer?

Opposition Day — [1(st) Allotted Day]: Transport Strategy (5 Dec 2006)

Peter Atkinson: ...deregulation, where Sir Rod notes that there has been a 50 per cent. decrease in operating costs and "considerable innovation in the bus market following deregulation, including improvements in bus fleet, variable bus sizes, out-sourcing of maintenance, smart ticketing and the introduction of parttime working arrangements for employees in the sector." I think that that is a fairly good...

Written Answers — Defence: Type 42 Destroyer (18 Jul 2011)

Peter Luff: The cost of extending the Type 42 Destroyer fleet lifespan beyond its intended service life to coincide with the delivery of the six Type 45 Destroyers is estimated to be £195 million. This includes deep maintenance, planned maintenance, unplanned maintenance, manpower, spares and equipment. As confirmed by the National Audit Office in their 2009 report: Providing Anti-Air Warfare...

Scottish Parliament: White-fish Fleet (Illicit Activity) (7 May 2020)

Peter Chapman: The Cabinet Secretary for Rural Economy and Tourism will be aware that our white-fish fleet is voluntarily restricting its days at sea to ensure that the market is supplied but not swamped. [ Temporary loss of sound. ] However, when they return to their traditional fishing grounds, they find line and gillnet vessels from Spain and France moving in on those traditional Scottish fishing areas...

Written Answers — Defence: Military Aircraft (14 Sep 2010)

Peter Luff: ...include forward and depth servicing, fuel costs, crew costs, training costs, cost of capital charge, depreciation and amortisation. The Typhoon cost per flying hour reflects the build up of the fleet with smaller numbers of aircraft currently in service; this cost is expected to reduce significantly over the in-service life of the aircraft.

Written Answers — Northern Ireland: Departments: Official Cars (6 Jun 2007)

Peter Hain: ...financial years. This information is as follows: £ 2005-06 426,463.69 2006-07 430,489.78 Total 2,072,339.38 The Government are not responsible for costs of the ministerial car fleet for the devolved Administration.

Written Answers — Defence: Nimrod Aircraft (30 Nov 2010)

Peter Luff: ...requirements of Operation Herrick. The withdrawal of the C-130K in December 2012 will not affect the situation as its tasks will transfer to the C-130J as part of the drawdown plan. The in-service fleet consists of 14 Hercules C-130K and 24 Hercules C-130J. The aircraft operate from RAF Lyneham. Aircraft support UK contingency operations and are deployed around the world on operations or...

Written Answers — Defence: Armed Forces: Vehicles (16 Jun 2011)

Peter Luff: The Ministry of Defence has a lease/hire agreement in place for the provision of the majority of non-operational vehicles (White Fleet Vehicles), which include cars, vans, trailers, minibuses, motorbikes and coaches. These are vehicles which are not intended to operate in combat zones. We do not therefore own such vehicles under this arrangement. Some units may arrange for the ad hoc supply...

Written Answers — Defence: Type 42 Destroyer (18 Jul 2011)

Peter Luff: The cost of maintaining the Type 42 Destroyer fleet of fourteen ships over its service life, from 1978 to 2013, is estimated to be £709 million. This estimate does not include running costs, naval base expenditure or disposal costs. Costs between 1978 and 1998 have been estimated using historical data on a pro-rata basis, as a more accurate estimate could be provided only at disproportionate...

Written Answers — Defence: Northern Ireland (4 Mar 2011)

Peter Luff: ...-06 281 2006-07 128 2007-08 89 2008-09 79 2009-10 90 Notes: 1. Figures include costs associated with pay for locally employed civilians and Territorial Army, utilities, white fleet vehicle leasing and fuel. The figures do not include costs associated with military equipment, military personnel pay, or IT and communications. 2. Figures from 2005-06 onwards do not...

Written Answers — Defence: Warships (5 Sep 2011)

Peter Luff: ...) 2013 Boat 3 (Artful) 2015 Boat 4 (Audacious) 2018 Boat 5 2020 Boat 6 2022 Boat 7 2024 The planned in-service dates for the Type 45 Destroyers which have yet to join the fleet are:   Year Dragon 2012 Defender 2013 Duncan 2014

Backbench Business: Fishing Industry (11 Dec 2014)

Iain Wright: .... It is not getting any easier for my constituents to be part of the fishing industry. We have had an excellent debate, and I want to single out the contribution of the hon. Member for Waveney (Peter Aldous). Our constituencies share similar characteristics. Hartlepool’s fishing fleet, like his, is now composed almost exclusively of the inshore under-10 metre fleet. I have asked my...

Scottish Parliament: Fisheries Negotiations (1 Dec 2010)

Robin Harper: ...determinations. I trust the scientists and I regret to learn, from Elaine Murray, that Marine Scotland will be given less rather than more money. In the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries, the Dutch fleet in the North Sea grew to between 400 and 600 boats. Each boat employed 10 men or more, so the fleet employed perhaps 6,000 people. In the time that one modern super-trawler is allowed to go...

Defence Programme (25 Jun 1981)

Mr Peter Griffiths: ...in morale in the dockyard which will follow today's statement will make an orderly contraction difficult to obtain? Will he also explain how, if his strategic decision with regard to the surface fleet proves to be wrong, the necessary back-up capacity could be provided for the hastily assembled surface fleet which might well be needed in an emergency? Finally, I wish to put two specific...

Felixstowe Dock and Railway Bill (By Order): Consent of Secretary of State Required for Certain Works (15 Jul 1986)

Mr Peter Hardy: ...Leadbitter) pointed out, Britain has adequate port facilities. The Government are pursuing a dreadful and inaccurate obsession. Britain is a mercantile country. At one time it had a great merchant fleet. The General Council of British Shipping used to be the biggest financial contributor to the Conservative party, but it is so busy developing ports that it seems to be paying no attention...

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: Departmental Staff (13 Jul 1976)

Mr Peter Blaker: Will the right hon. Gentleman look into the circumstances surrounding Fleet Bank House, Salisbury Square, which has recently been occupied by his Department? Is he aware that, according to a parliamentary answer given by a Minister from the Department of the Environment and other information reaching me, the building remained unoccupied for more than a year after rent started to be paid,...

Orders of the Day — Rail Disputes (25 Jun 1982)

Mr Peter Snape: ...similar vein in that newspaper over the past four weeks. I must content myself with one reply. If the average railwayman had co-operated with modernisation and productivity at the same rate as the Fleet Street trade unions have, those electric multiple units to and from Bedford would have been preceded by a man carrying a red flag. Fleet Street newspapers are surely the last to lecture a...

Written Answers — Defence: Guided Weapons (10 Jun 2011)

Peter Luff: ...replaced costing £19,000. The aircraft with damage to the horizontal stabilator was fitted with a new composite horizontal stabilator which was in the process of being embodied across the Apache fleet.

Written Answers — Defence: AgustaWestland (19 Jun 2012)

Peter Luff: No requirement currently exists to add to the Army Air Corp's fleet of Apache attack helicopters. The Ministry of Defence is engaged in the concept phase of a Capability Sustainment Programme to address our future attack helicopter capability requirement and how it will be sustained to 2040. As part of the concept phase, informal discussions are taking place with potential contractors to...


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