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Upcoming Business – Commons: Main Chamber (15 Mar 2024)

Nuclear Veterans (Compensation) Bill: Second Reading – Owen Thompson. Private Members' Bills

Upcoming Business – Lords: Main Chamber ( 6 Mar 2024)

Small modular nuclear reactors as a low-carbon solution to energy security – Lord Grade of Yarmouth. Oral questions

Backbench Business: Civil Nuclear Road Map (22 Feb 2024)

Damian Collins: ...probably not numerous, but this is one of them. As the Minister just said at the Dispatch Box and as is in the road map document, we recognise that to achieve the Government’s aims, we need more nuclear sites than are currently in the planning framework. Those nuclear sites will probably be other nuclear sites that already have the technology and the connections but, for whatever reason,...

Ukraine (22 Feb 2024)

Richard Foord: ...’s ambitions? Secondly, will he rebut the wild claim that the Russian Federation is somehow threatened? Thirdly, will he ask his counterparts in Delhi and Beijing to urge Medvedev to halt his nuclear sabre rattling?

Scottish Parliament: Oil and Gas Industry (Profits) (22 Feb 2024)

The First Minister: What we do not believe in is Anas Sarwar’s and Labour’s aggressive plans to raid the north-east so that they can build new nuclear power plants in England. We will not allow that. We will not stand for it. We will stand up for the north-east. Anas Sarwar cannot even stand up to Keir Starmer.

Scottish Parliament: Oil and Gas Licences (22 Feb 2024) a windfall tax—of that, there is no doubt. What we do not support is aggressive plans by Labour not just to increase that windfall tax but to raid the north-east so that it can pay for new nuclear power plants in England. That is unfair and not acceptable. We believe that, as we accelerate the transition to net zero, the oil and gas workers, who are incredibly skilled and have...

Written Answers — Department for Energy Security and Net Zero: Small Modular Reactors (22 Feb 2024)

Andrew Bowie: ...facilitate operational projects by the mid-2030s. As with any Government decision, this will be subject to value for money, relevant approvals, and technology readiness. This is an exciting time for nuclear and the scale of our ambition means there are likely to be significant supply chain opportunities associated with projects going forward.

Delegated Legislation: Pensions (21 Feb 2024)

That the draft Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (Pension Scheme Amendment) Regulations 2024, which were laid before this House on 19 December 2023, be approved.—(Mark Fletcher.) Question agreed to.

Finance Bill - Second Reading (and remaining stages) (21 Feb 2024)

Lord Livermore:, in our automotive sector, in our ports, and in the future of our steel industry; and a new national champion in homegrown power, leading the way on floating offshore wind, tidal and nuclear power, to ignite growth, boost our economic security, drive down energy bills, and create good, well-paid jobs across Britain. This will be combined with our commitment to reform, starting...

Written Answers — Department for Education: Question (21 Feb 2024)

Robert Halfon: ...and resources through the National Careers Service website, which is available at: More than 800 profiles include jobs like microbiologist, nuclear engineer and web developer within the science and technology sectors.

Written Ministerial Statements — Ministry of Defence: Nuclear Deterrent (21 Feb 2024)

Grant Shapps: possible while protecting national security. On 30 January 2024, HMS Vanguard and her crew conducted their most recent test operation. The test reaffirmed the effectiveness of the UK’s nuclear deterrent, in which the government has absolute confidence. The submarine and crew were successfully certified and will rejoin the operational cycle as planned. On this occasion, an anomaly...

Economic Activity of Public Bodies (Overseas Matters) Bill - Second Reading (20 Feb 2024)

Lord Stevens of Birmingham: ...Prelate the Bishop of Southwark’s mention of Hackney reminded me that, some years back, when you left Parliament and crossed the bridge, you came across a sign saying, “Welcome to Lambeth—a Nuclear-Free Zone”. It appeared that the London Borough of Lambeth felt that it could set its own nuclear deterrence policy and, presumably, any inbound Soviet nuclear weapons would contour...

Iran: Military Power - Question (20 Feb 2024)

Lord Browne of Ladyton: at least six countries: Bahrain, Iraq, Lebanon, the Palestinian territories, Syria and Yemen. This is because it is a revisionist state seeking to change the regional order. Possession of a nuclear weapon would magnify its ability so to do. This would embolden not only Iran but its proxies, which is why preventing that must continue to be a foreign policy priority. What measures are we...

Offshore Petroleum Licensing Bill: Clause 1 - Duty to invite applications for offshore licences (20 Feb 2024)

Dave Doogan: .... The billions of pounds still to be yielded from oil and gas revenue must not be wasted on doomed capital infrastructure projects, such as HS2, or used to fund exorbitant false economies, such as nuclear power stations in England. It is a moral and economic imperative that revenue be used to accelerate a genuine just transition, to protect jobs.

1. Questions to the First Minister: Apprenticeships (20 Feb 2024)

Russell George: the company. The company in Welshpool is well established. It's involved in the business design and manufacturing of products for industries such as power generation, renewable energy and nuclear, and the workforce is currently made up of approximately 12 per cent apprentices. It was also good to meet with Myrick Training Services, a not-for-profit company that helps to support...

Previous Business – Commons: General Committee (20 Feb 2024)

Third Delegated Legislation Committee: The draft Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (Pension Scheme Amendment) Regulations 2024. Debate; 2:30 pm – 4:00 pm; Room 11, Palace of Westminster

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Merchant Shipping: Nuclear Power (20 Feb 2024)

Lord Naseby: To ask His Majesty's Government whether they have any plans to encourage or support merchant nuclear shipping.

Infrastructure Procurement (19 Feb 2024)

Alan Brown: You did warn me, Mr Deputy Speaker, but I still got caught out. Back to my favourite topic: nuclear and nuclear overspends. I have highlighted the failures of big nuclear projects, as well as the Government’s blinkered approach to nuclear. They need to reconsider the proposals for so-called small modular reactors. First, they are not small, and no proven design is operational anywhere in...

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