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Written Answers — Advocate-General: Departmental Staff (12 Feb 2004)

Dr Lynda Clark: At present, there are two members of staff in the Private Office; four members of staff in the Legal Secretariat to the Advocate-General (of whom three are qualified Scots lawyers) and 29 in the Office of Solicitor to the Advocate-General (of whom 17 are qualified Scots lawyers). These figures represent full staffing levels.

Written Answers — Solicitor-General: Government Legal Service: Manpower (21 Jul 2009)

Adrian Sanders: To ask the Solicitor-General what the order of precedence and seniority is of the lawyers within the Government Legal Service; and what procedures are used to reconcile differences of opinion between lawyers of different ranks within the Service.

Written Answers — Solicitor-General: Treasury Solicitors Department: Standards (21 Jul 2009)

Vera Baird: The Crown and its servants are obliged to comply with the terms of the Civil Procedure Rules with regard to disclosure and the making of statements of truth. The Treasury Solicitor and his legally qualified staff owe the same duty of professional care to the Crown as any solicitor or barrister does to his or her client to act lawfully and in the client's best interests. As well as these...

Written Answers — Ministry of Defence: Armed Forces: Sexual Offences (27 Jun 2016)

Mark Lancaster: The established membership of the Service Justice Board is as follows: Minister for Defence Personnel and Veterans - Chair Minister of State for Policing, Fire, Criminal Justice & Victims Solicitor General Judge Advocate General Director of Service Prosecutions Chief of Defence People 2nd Sea Lord Deputy Chief of the General Staff Air Member for Personnel MOD Central Legal Services Director...

Written Answers — Defence: Destroyed Argentine Aircraft (16 Apr 2002)

Bernard Jenkin: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence how many Argentine aircraft were destroyed by British forces in 1982 by (a) Sea Dart, (b) Sea Wolf, (c) Sea Cat, (d) Sea Slug, (e) Bofors, (f) Oerlikon, (h) small arms fire, (i) Blowpipe, (j) Rapier, (k) Harrier, (l) bombing and ground operations, (m) naval gunfire and (n) Stinger.

Written Answers — Constitutional Affairs: Legal Professionals (17 Jul 2006)

Bridget Prentice: In 2005, the average earnings of a solicitor were £35,000 per year. This figure is drawn from across the whole solicitors profession and so does not differentiate for size of firm, number of partners, grade of solicitor etc. The full information, showing the breakdowns, is available in the Law Society's Private Practice solicitors' salaries 2005 fact sheet. Information on salaries prior to...

Written Answers — Defence: Depleted Uranium (20 Mar 2002)

Dr Lewis Moonie: As Eskmeals, depleted uranium (DU) rounds have been fired against hard targets and the resulting DU fragments and contaminated debris have been collected after each firing. The material has then been sent for disposal at the low-level radioactive waste repository at Drigg. Air filters from the target area have also been disposed of via this route. Some higher activity material, such as DU...

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Office: Israel: Palestinians ( 8 Jul 2019)

Lord Judd: ...2) 95 per cent were hand-tied, often painfully, (3) 91 per cent were blindfolded in contravention of the recommendations of Unicef, (4) 69 per cent experienced some form of physical abuse such as slapping, kicking and punching, (5) 67 per cent experienced threats, and (6) 74 per cent reported being denied access to a lawyer prior to questioning; and what representations they intend to make...

Written Answers — Defence: Firefighting Training (20 Nov 2002)

Dr Lewis Moonie: The degree of firefighting training given to Service personnel depends upon the role that they are expected to perform during normal military duties. All service personnel are given basic fire awareness training including use of fire extinguishers, raising the alarm, means of escape and general fire precautions. Inaddition, more comprehensive training is given to those personnel who work in...

Written Answers — Solicitor-General: Sellafield (19 Jun 2003)

Mr Llew Smith: To ask the Solicitor-General what main points the Attorney General made at the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea tribunal on the dispute with the Republic of Ireland over the Sellafield MOX plant, international movements of radioactive materials, and the protection of the marine environments of the Irish Sea; and if she will place in the Library copies of United Kingdom...

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Office: Hamas: Weapons (23 Jun 2015)

Tobias Ellwood: We have received reports that Hamas has recently stepped up its military activities, including firing a number of rockets into the Mediterranean sea. Other militant groups in Gaza have also recently fired rockets into Israel. We strongly condemn the firing of any rockets by militant groups in Gaza.

Written Answers — Deputy Prime Minister: Fire Authorities (13 Mar 2003)

Nick Raynsford: 1.5 per cent. of the aggregate fire service FSS allocation was distributed on the basis of the coastline factor. The following fire authorities benefited: Cornwall; Cumbria; Isle of Wight; Isles of Scilly; Lincolnshire; Merseyside; Norfolk; Northumberland; Somerset; Suffolk; Tyne & Wear; and West Sussex. In addition the following authorities benefited on behalf of their combined fire...

Written Answers — Transport: Shipping: Safety (27 Feb 2012)

Mike Penning: The Maritime and Coastguard Agency understands that a fire response at sea capability is being maintained, at least until the end of March 2012, by the following fire and rescue services: East Sussex, Hampshire, Highlands and Islands, Humberside, Kent, Northumberland and Strathclyde. The extent to which those fire and rescue services are trained, receive funding and maintain their equipment...

Written Answers — Defence: Submarines (18 Nov 2004)

Adam Ingram: Centralised records of fires on RN submarines are only available from 1988. These records indicate that there were four fires on Upholder Class submarines during the in-service life of that class and 184 on other classes of submarines. The overwhelming majority of these were minor in nature. The figures include fires that arose during refit, repair and maintenance work in port as well as...

Written Answers — Solicitor-General: Legal Costs: Criminal Proceedings (10 Feb 2010)

Vera Baird: The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS), superintended by the Attorney-General, has responsibility for negotiating any changes to levels of remuneration for lawyers prosecuting its cases in criminal courts. CPS officials meet with the Remuneration Committee of the Bar Council to discuss remuneration arrangements for self-employed barrister advocates and they last met on 1 February 2010. At that...

Written Answers — Home Department: North Sea Camp Prison ( 1 Mar 2007)

Gerry Sutcliffe: In the last 10 years, there has been £2.323 million of capital expenditure on North Sea Camp prison as set out in the following table. North Sea Camp, capital investment (£000) 1997-98 1998-99 1999-2000 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 Total Roofing 124 — — — — — — — — — 124 Sea defences 240 21 5 —...

Written Answers — International Development: Developing Countries: Debts (13 Nov 2007)

Gareth Thomas: World Bank and International Monetary Fund staff conducted a survey on this issue in May 2007. It identified 11 heavily indebted poor countries (HIPCs) that had been targeted with lawsuits by a total of 46 litigating creditors. In addition, two countries reported being threatened by litigation. Eight new legal actions were reported since the previous survey in 2006, of which five are against...

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Solicitors: Regulation ( 6 Mar 2018)

Lucy Frazer: ...of legal services in England and Wales is independent in accordance with the framework set out in the Legal Services Act 2007. Any relevant action is taken forward by the regulatory bodies. Solicitors are regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA), which investigates cases of alleged misconduct. The SRA can take action against a solicitor in his or her capacity as an England...

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Office: Israel: Palestinians ( 9 Feb 2016)

Tobias Ellwood: ...Aviv and our Consulate General in Jerusalem giving us regular updates on the current situation in Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territories. These updates include reports on rockets being fired from the Gaza Strip into the sea; any rocket fire from Gaza into Israel; and any retaliatory Israeli air strikes on Gaza. According to reports, in December 2015 and January 2016 a total of...

Written Answers — Communities and Local Government: Fire Service (28 Jun 2006)

Angela Smith: The available information covers deliberate primary fires attended by fire and rescue services at the locations listed in (ii), (iii) and (iv) of the question. Information for Southend-on-Sea is not available centrally. Deliberate road vehicle primary fires attended by fire and rescue services 1990-91 to 2004-05 Essex Hertfordshire England and Wales 1990-91 682 368 25,433...

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