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Public Bill Committee: Technical and Further Education Bill: The Institute for Apprenticeships and Technical Education (29 Nov 2016)

Gordon Marsden: ...will be paying over 30 million a year in terms of the apprenticeship levy.” I am not dissing the role of large employers, and I agree with Keith Smith that it is critically important that they bulk large in the deliberation and consideration process for preparation of the standards. I speak from my experience as a constituency MP, as BAE Systems is just down the road in Warton....

Written Answers — Ministry of Defence: Trident (28 Nov 2016)

Harriett Baldwin: ...contracts. The Dreadnought class submarine programme represents billions of pounds of investment in thousands of British jobs, across hundreds of firms, from Scotland to the South of England 85% of BAE Systems supply chain for the new submarines is based in the UK.

Written Answers — Ministry of Defence: Type 45 Destroyers (18 Nov 2016)

Harriett Baldwin: Type 45 Destroyers are supported by an In Service Support Contract between the Ministry of Defence and BAE Systems, delivering a range of support activity which includes defect rectification. Type 45 defect rectification activity is predominately supported by specific Contracts For Availability with the Original Equipment Manufacturers. These contracts include specific incentives to ensure...

Written Answers — Ministry of Defence: Armed Forces Covenant (17 Nov 2016)

Mark Lancaster: ...be viewed at: https://www.gov.uk/government/collections/armed-force-corpor ate-covenant-signed-pledges Some of our major contractors who have signed the Covenant are: Airbus Amey Atkins Atos Babcock BAE Systems Boeing Capita Carillion Compass Group Deloitte EY G4S General Dynamics Hewlett Packard Interserve KBR KPMG Leonardo PwC Rolls Royce Serco Sodexo Thales

Written Answers — Ministry of Defence: Astute Class Submarines (17 Nov 2016)

Earl Howe: Negotiations are ongoing between the Ministry of Defence and the build contractor, BAE Systems, to put in place the Whole Boat contract for both submarines. As this has not yet been finalised it would be inappropriate to comment on the specifics. In the meantime, construction of both submarines continues under existing limits of liability contracts.

Previous Business – Commons: Select Committee (8 Nov 2016)

Defence: Defence Acquisition and Procurement. 11:00 am; The Wilson Room, Portcullis House
Witnesses: Bob Keen, Head of Government Relations, BAE Systems Paul Everitt, Chief Executive, ADS Group David Pitchforth, Vice President and Managing Director, Boeing Defence UK Ltd Nick Whitney, Director, Global Sales and Marketing, Boeing Defence UK Ltd Tony Burke, Assistant General Secretary for Manufacturing, Unite Jonathan Green, Head of Research, Prospect Phil Rudd, Spokesman, Trades Union...

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: Topical Questions (7 Nov 2016)

Michael Fallon: ...26 anti-submarine frigates would be built on the Clyde. It is too early to say how the new general purpose frigate, which is still to be designed, will be manufactured and assembled, but of course BAE Systems on the Clyde will be in pole position.

Written Answers — Ministry of Defence: Astute Class Submarines (7 Nov 2016)

Earl Howe: The construction of Astute class submarines boats six and seven is currently underway at the shipyard of the contractor, BAE Systems, at Barrow-in-Furness. Subject to negotiations with the contractor, they are expected to be handed over to the Royal Navy in 2023 and 2024 respectively. The dates for other significant events are yet to be fully determined.

National Minimum Wage (Workplace Internships) Bill (4 Nov 2016)

Victoria Atkins: ...for the rest of their lives. I wanted to bring them all together. I am happy to say that at the jobs fair more than 200 people attended, with both local and national businesses showing at the fair, including Luxus, Polypipe, BAE Systems, Butlins, National Grid and Walnut Care. We had pretty much every opportunity one can think of covered by the employers on hand. I hope that work...

Written Ministerial Statements — Ministry of Defence: Strategic Defence and Security Review 2015 Update (4 Nov 2016)

Michael Fallon: .... In parallel to these negotiations we will continue to further mature the detailed ship design, and continue to mobilise the wider supply chain, a critical enabler for the start of manufacture. BAE Systems has recently awarded the latest tranche of sub-contracts for parts of the ship’s infrastructure, and today I am announcing a 100 million contract with MBDA to provide the...

Steel Industry — [Mr Geraint Davies in the Chair] (3 Nov 2016)

Nicholas Dakin: ...opportunity that the Humber, as the energy estuary, offers for development and jobs locally. It would be a missed opportunity if Dong were to ship in steel from elsewhere to build that crucial infrastructure. However, I fear that it may, like BAE Systems, dodge the Government’s new procurement guidelines. When I met Dong representatives recently, I took the opportunity to remind them...

Written Answers — Ministry of Defence: Artillery (3 Nov 2016)

Harriett Baldwin: Following investigations into an incident with a 105mm L31 high explosive shell during Army training, BAE Systems lifted its precautionary safety notice for new manufacture stock in November 2015 and in May 2016 for the majority of the existing Ministry of Defence stockpile. The British Army returned to normal training use in February 2016. Existing stock continues to be cleared by production...

National College for Wind Energy (1 Nov 2016)

Gordon Marsden: ...the most economically deprived areas of the UK. As we have seen in other industries, such as the nuclear industry or the aerospace industry—I am particularly familiar with the aerospace industry, having BAE Systems only a few miles down the road from me in Blackpool—supply chain companies would serve projects in British waters and export goods across the world. We all know that...

Apprenticeships Funding — [Mr Gary Streeter in the Chair] (1 Nov 2016)

Carol Monaghan: .... Meanwhile, areas such as science, technology, engineering, maths and digital continue to struggle with shortages. This levy does not seem to be taking that into account or delivering on it. BAE Systems is a large employer in my constituency and it is committed to its apprenticeship programme. At the moment, it has 2,036 apprentices in full-time training, and 67 started in September this...

Written Answers — Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Trident Submarines: Iron and Steel (27 Oct 2016)

Nick Hurd: Holding answer received on 21 October 2016 The management of the steel procurement process for the Successor Programme is the responsibility of the Prime Contractor, BAE Systems. The Ministry of Defence conducted a technical assessment during the tendering process to ensure bids met specifications. Overall, 85% of BAE System's supply chain for the new submarines is based in the...

Written Answers — Ministry of Defence: Trident Submarines: Iron and Steel (27 Oct 2016)

Harriett Baldwin: With the scale and complexity of the submarine programme, it is too early to be able to provide an estimate of the steel that could be supplied or manufactured by UK-based steel providers. BAE Systems, as the Prime Contractor, will manage the future steel procurements for the Dreadnought class submarines. We encourage British steel suppliers to take the opportunity to bid.

Concentrix: Yemen (26 Oct 2016)

Mark Menzies: .... I unashamedly defend our right to sell defence equipment legitimately, with export controls, as we do, to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. In my constituency, 6,500 men, women and apprentices are employed by BAE Systems at Warton, 4,000 over at Samlesbury and another 1,000 over at Brough, working on Hawk trainer aircraft, Typhoons and Tornado upgrades. Without the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia,...

Scottish Parliament: Campbeltown Airport (Spaceport Bid) (26 Oct 2016)

Kenneth Gibson: ...for one site in order to secure a win for all of Scotland. I strongly believe that that site should be Prestwick, where some of the largest global aerospace companies are already based, including BAE Systems, Spirit AeroSystems, GE Caledonian, UTC Aerospace Systems and Woodward International Inc. Spirit AeroSystems alone employs about 900 people at Prestwick. Location is key....

Written Answers — Ministry of Defence: Trident Submarines (25 Oct 2016)

Harriett Baldwin: ..., from Scotland to the South of England. Other stages of construction will include grades of steel manufactured by British suppliers and we encourage them to take the opportunity to bid. 85% of BAE Systems supply chain for the new submarines is based in the UK.

Written Answers — Ministry of Defence: Trident Submarines: Iron and Steel (25 Oct 2016)

Alan Brown: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence, what discussions his Department has had with BAE Systems on its decision to use French steel in the construction of the Successor submarines.


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