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Written Answers — Defence: Depleted Uranium (10 May 2002)

Dr Lewis Moonie: Since 1990, Depleted Uranium (DU) has been fired on the ranges at Kirkudbright, Eskmeals and West Freugh. Details of the amount of DU fired are as follows. Because of the way in which data was collected at each establishment the figures for Kirkudbright and West Freugh are given in terms of numbers of rounds fired whereas the Eskmeals data is quoted in mass (Kg) of DU: Kirkudbright Year...

Written Answers — Constitutional Affairs: Judicial Appointments Commission (22 Jul 2004)

Chris Leslie: ...12 of the Constitutional Reform Bill provides that the Commission will consist of a lay chairman, five further lay members, five judicial members, two professional members (a barrister and a solicitor), a tribunal member and a lay justice. Of the Commissioners appointed as judicial members, one must be a Lord Justice of Appeal; one a High Court judge; one either a Lord Justice of Appeal or...

Written Answers — Solicitor-General: Proceeds of Crime: Civil Proceedings (18 Dec 2008)

Owen Paterson: To ask the Solicitor-General what steps have been taken to facilitate the (a) Crown Prosecution Service, (b) the Director of Public Prosecutions for Northern Ireland, (c) the Serious Fraud Office and (d) the Revenue and Customs Prosecutions Office discharging new responsibilities for civil recovery action; what funding has been provided to each to reflect these new responsibilities; and...

Written Answers — Solicitor-General: Sellafield (19 Dec 2001)

Mr Llew Smith: To ask the Solicitor-General if she will make a statement on the legal implications for the United Kingdom of the adjudication of the United Nations International Tribunal on the Law of the Sea, Ireland v. United Kingdom, on the Sellafield MOX plant, given on 3 December in Hamburg.

Written Answers — Solicitor-General: CPS Prosecutions (Essex) (26 Jan 2005)

Sir David Amess: To ask the Solicitor General how many prosecutions were undertaken by the Crown Prosecution Service in (a) Essex and (b) Southend-on-Sea in each year since 1997; and how many resulted in (i)conviction and (ii) acquittal.

Written Answers — Solicitor-General: Firefighters' Dispute (21 Nov 2002)

Mr Nick Hawkins: To ask the Solicitor General what discussions she has had with the Attorney-General, the Home Secretary, the Lord Chancellor and the Deputy Prime Minister about the legal aspects of the fire dispute and the implications of trade union legislation when there is a risk to life.

Written Answers — Solicitor-General: Audible Fire Alarms (14 Feb 2006)

Bob Spink: To ask the Solicitor-General what proportion of the premises occupied by the Law Officers is fitted with audible fire alarms.

Written Answers — Transport: Ships (Dangerous Cargoes) (26 Jan 2004)

Mr David Jamieson: The Maritime and Coastguard Agency uses data provided by the Advisory Committee on Protection of the Sea (ACOPS) and information is not available in the form requested. However, Coastguard experience suggests that there are around five or six such incidents per year in UK waters. In 2001, for example, the Agency is aware of five incidents in UK waters. There were none in the English Channel...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Armed Forces: Aircraft ( 8 Nov 2011)

Lord Astor of Hever: ...force has undertaken the following additional flying and exercises which would previously have been conducted by Royal Air Force Maritime Patrol Aircraft (MPA): increased safety range clearance for Sea Dart High Seas Firing; participation in two anti-submarine warfare (ASW) exercises, which were designed primarily for the MPA; andadditional flying in support of ASW trials and tactical...

Written Answers — Attorney General: 10 Downing Street (16 Dec 2021)

Suella Braverman: ...minister of the Government Legal Department (GLD), I oversee the provision of legal support by GLD to all of its client departments, including the Cabinet Office. When advising their clients, GLD lawyers provide advice in accordance with their professional duties and on behalf of the Treasury Solicitor, who is the head of the GLD. The Ministerial Code and Cabinet Manual set out the...

Written Answers — Home Department: Departmental Legal Advisers (20 Oct 2006)

Tony McNulty: Home Office Legal Adviser's Branch advises the Home Office on legal issues arising in all aspects of its work. The Branch consists of some 50 lawyers organised into teams of varying sizes, each specialising in different areas of law and policy. In the course of their career in the Home Office, lawyers will usually work in several teams and gain experience in areas of law relevant to the Home...

Written Answers — Transport: Emergencies (27 Mar 2006)

Stephen Ladyman: Emergency cover for vessels in the Irish Sea is provided by a combination of UK facilities which include: 7 Maritime Rescue Co-ordination Centres 122 Coastguard Rescue Teams 1 Emergency Towing Vessel (ETV), based in the Western Approaches MoD Search and Rescue Helicopters bases at RNAS Culdrose and Prestwick and RAF Valley and Chivenor. 62 RNLI Lifeboats which are made up of a combination of...

Written Answers — Solicitor-General: Research (11 Mar 2002)

Harriet Harman: holding answer 27 February 2002 The Policy Directorate in CPS Headquarters, based in London and York, presently employs around 60 staff, of which 30 are qualified lawyers. This constitutes 0.05 per cent. of the number of people presently employed by the CPS. Unfortunately, figures to show the number of Policy Directorate staff in each year since the inception of the CPS cannot be...

Written Answers — Solicitor-General: Proceeds of Crime: Civil Proceedings (18 Dec 2008)

Owen Paterson: To ask the Solicitor-General how many of the (a) investigators and (b) lawyers employed by the (i) Crown Prosecution Service, (ii) the Public Prosecution Office in Northern Ireland, (iii) the Serious Fraud Office and (iv) the Revenue and Customs Prosecution Office have received specific training in civil recovery investigations and litigation in the first six months of this financial year;...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Government Departments: Legal Fees (16 Nov 2011)

Earl Attlee: The Department for Transport (including its seven agencies) uses three categories of lawyers to deliver legal services across a wide range of functions. These are (a) public law (including the preparation of legislation), (b) EU law and (c) international law and commercial law. The in-house team, comprising barristers and solicitors, advises in all these fields. Costs are managed by a variety...

Written Answers — Communities and Local Government: Dorset Fire and Rescue Service: Olympic Games 2012 ( 6 Mar 2008)

Parmjit Dhanda: holding answer 3 March 2008 Dorset fire and rescue authority participates in two groups responsible for co-ordinating security at the Olympic events in Weymouth. These are: the Dorset Strategic Partnership, the overarching body that is co-ordinating wider games planning within Dorset; and the Dorset Emergency Services Strategic Group chaired by Dorset police. The authority does not own any...

Written Answers — Communities and Local Government: Fire Services: Contracts ( 9 Feb 2009)

Sadiq Khan: The Department took advice from its own lawyers and from commercial property advisers and solicitors throughout the development of the building leases for regional control centre buildings. The fire and rescue authorities have taken and continue to take their own legal advice.

Written Answers — Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Re-employment (11 Mar 2021)

Paul Scully: The Department engaged Acas to gather evidence of how fire and rehire is being used. Acas engaged with a range of groups, including employer bodies and trade unions, as well as professional bodies with advisory contact with employers, such as employment lawyers, accountants, and payroll services. Officials are currently considering these findings, and the Government will respond in due course.

Written Answers — Communities and Local Government: Fire Engines: Armed Forces ( 5 Oct 2009)

Shahid Malik: Zambia, Paraguay, Uruguay, Bosnia, Peru, Bolivia, Albania, Kosovo, Montenegro, Argentina and Pakistan; (2006 and 2007) Liverpool city council for onwards transmission by the Hands Across the Sea Appeal Fund for humanitarian purposes in Sri Lanka; (2006) Freetown Special Projects Trust, based at Hull city council, for humanitarian purposes in Sierra Leone; (2006) Rapid UK, based in Devon...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Customs and Excise: Prosecuting Authority Role (12 Mar 2001)

Lord Williams of Mostyn: ...John Gower QC and Sir Anthony Hammond KCB QC was delivered to me on 5 December 2000. I have lodged a copy of the report in the Library, and copies of the report are available on request to the Solicitor for HM Customs and Excise. The report concludes that the Customs and Excise Solicitor's Office should retain its prosecution function but that in exercising this function, including the...

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