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Oral Answers to Questions — Aviation.: Airports and Aerodromes. (24 Mar 1937)

Mr William Kelly: asked the Under-Secretary of State for Air what has been the result of the hearing begun at York on 9th February in connection with the claim for £43,626 by University College, Oxford, owners of the Linton-on-Ouse estate, portions of which the Air Ministry have compulsorily acquired for the new aerodrome being constructed as part of the scheme of air defence for the North; what is the area...

Oral Answers to Questions — Royal Air Force: Night Flying (5 Jun 1946)

Mr Christopher York: asked the Under-Secretary of State for Air whether any steps can be taken to abate or reduce the disturbance caused to inhabitants of the villages surrounding Linton-on-Ouse aerodrome by night-flying operations.

Toll Bridges (12 May 1964)

Mr Willie Hamilton: I beg to move, That leave be given to bring in a Bill to nationalise certain toll bridges without payment of compensation. It is well known that the Standing Orders of the House do not permit a private Member to move a Motion or to introduce a Bill which would involve a charge on the public revenue. This fact explains the confiscatory nature of the language which I use, although the more I...

Oral Answers to Questions — British Army: Royal Engineers (Bridges) (10 Jun 1964)

Mr Willie Hamilton: asked the Secretary of State for Defence (1) whether he will arrange for the Royal Engineers to build a bridge across the River Ouse at Selby, in the West Riding of Yorkshire, as part of their practical training; (2) whether he will arrange for the Royal Engineers to build a bridge across the River Ure in Yorkshire for the use of the Royal Air Force personnel at Linton-on-Ouse, in view of...

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: Air Bases (Joint Operations) (16 Mar 1972)

The following Royal Navy and Royal Air Force airfields may at present be used by civil aircraft, by prior permission of the Officer Commanding: Abingdon Lyneham Andover Machrihanish Benson Manby Bicester Manston Binbrook Newton Chivenor Oakington Church Fenton Odiham Colerne Ouston Coltishall Portland Cosford St. Mawgan Cranwell Shawbury Culdrose Strubby Dishforth Ternhill...

Royal Air Force (9 Mar 1989)

John Greenway: Having listened to the catalogue of despicable slurs against my right hon. and hon. Friends which were masquerading as Labour party policy on the Royal Air Force, I want to bring the House back down to earth and consider what is happening in the RAF at the moment, particularly as it affects personnel and training. This debate marks the culmination of a year's association between myself and...

MoD Establishment (Harrogate) (22 May 1992)

Mr Robert Banks: I am most grateful for this opportunity to raise a matter of very great importance to the town of Harrogate in my constituency and more especially to the people whose jobs depend on the Ministry of Defence establishment there. I am particularly grateful to see on the Treasury Bench my hon. Friend the Member for Skipton and Ripon (Mr. Curry) because a number of employees who are employed at...

Prayers: MOD Jobs (North Yorkshire) (16 Jul 1992)

John Greenway: I am grateful for the opportunity to catch your eye, Mr. Deputy Speaker, just two hours or so before the House rises for a very long recess, and to raise a matter of considerable importance to my constituents and to the constituents of my hon. Friends who represent North Yorkshire seats. I am grateful that my hon. Friend the Member for Richmond, Yorks (Mr. Hague) is in the Chamber to support...

Royal Air Force (4 May 1995)

Mr Roger Freeman: I shall answer the second question, which falls to me, and I am sure that my hon. Friend the Minister of State for the Armed Forces will answer the first later. However, I must point out that we have moved—or shall do shortly—to tri-service rotary-wing training, which I am sure the whole House will believe is sensible. My hon. Friend will answer the question about fixed-wing training. As...

Royal Air Force (6 Jun 1996)

Hugh Bayley: A characteristic of our debates on the armed forces is that many things are said on which there is agreement. I listened carefully to the hon. Member for North Tayside (Mr. Walker), who is well informed and speaks with great experience on these matters. As always, I learned something from listening to him. He said, rightly, that one of the things that the House must be concerned about is that...

Royal Air Force (6 Feb 1997)

John Greenway: Does my hon. Friend agree that the RAF's success also depends on the skills of the men in the cockpit, and that pilot training is of the utmost importance? Will he join me in paying tribute to the work of RAF Linton-on-Ouse in my constituency, which, sadly, will be in a neighbouring constituency after the general election? Can he give an update on progress on the replacement for the Bulldog...

Defence Industry (3 Dec 1997)

John Greenway: I am grateful for the opportunity to say a few words on a constituency matter. I congratulate the hon. Member for Chorley (Mr. Hoyle) on securing the debate. Two points that he made stand out and fit very well with the comments that I want to make. First, I agree with him that we should support British defence jobs. I also agree with my right hon. Friend the Member for Kensington and Chelsea...

Armed Service Pilots (25 Apr 2001)

Geoff Hoon: I am most grateful to my right hon. Friend the Member for Edinburgh, East and Musselburgh (Dr. Strang) for the opportunity to debate such an important issue. It is one in which I have taken a close personal interest. The challenge of manning operational squadrons and the services' flying training organisations with sufficient pilots against the pool from the civilian airlines is not new. It...

Ministry of Defence Fire Services (13 Nov 2001)

John Grogan: ...about firefighters' sense of public service, public spiritedness, selflessness, bravery, and brotherhood and sisterhood. Our Prime Minister rightly praised New York's finest for their dedication to duty, humanity and bravery. Within hours of the dreadful occurrences of 11 September, more than 100 men and women from our Ministry of Defence fire service volunteered to go to New York to help...

Written Answers — Work and Pensions: Cold Weather Payments (21 Jan 2002)

Malcolm Wicks: ...weather payments are a key part of our strategy to tackle fuel poverty. They provide extra help towards heating costs for the poorest and most vulnerable members of our society in periods of exceptionally cold weather. They are paid to pensioners receiving the minimum income guarantee, and to people receiving income support or income-based jobseeker's allowance who have children under the...

Written Answers — Work and Pensions: Cold Weather Payments (6 Feb 2002)

Malcolm Wicks: ...weather payments are a key part of our strategy to tackle fuel poverty. They provide extra help towards heating costs for the poorest and most vulnerable members of our society in periods of exceptionally cold weather. They are paid to pensioners receiving the minimum income guarantee, and to people receiving income support or income-based jobseeker's allowance who have children under the...

Written Answers — Defence: RAF Bases (7 Feb 2002)

Adam Ingram: holding answer 1 February 2002 The table shows the RAF operating budgets for each of the UK RAF stations for financial year 2001–02. It does not include former RAF stations that have retained their name but which have been transferred to the ownership of another part of the Ministry of Defence. £ million Station name Operating costs RAF Bentley Priory 5.9 RAF Boscombe Down...

Written Answers — Defence: RAF (3 Jul 2002)

Adam Ingram: The information in the format requested is not held centrally and could be provided only at disproportionate cost. The table details the daily average number of fixed wing and rotary wing aircraft movements over the last five years at current RAF stations. A number of the movements may have been aircraft belonging to the other services. At RAF Brize Norton, RAF Lyneham, RAF Northolt and RAF...

Written Answers — Defence: Firefighting (24 Oct 2002)

Adam Ingram: RAF manpower is being drawn from the following squadrons: 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 15, 16, 18, 20, 22, 23, 25, 27, 31, 33, 37, 39, 41, 47, 51, 54, 56, 70, 99, 101, 120, 201, 202, 203, 206, 216 and 2623, as well as from ground based Air Defence Headquarters and the Joint Nuclear, Biological and Chemical Regiment. Manpower will also be drawn from units at Cranwell, Digby, Cosford,...

Written Answers — Defence: RAF Bases (16 Dec 2002)

Adam Ingram: The table shows the RAF operating budgets for each of the United Kingdom RAF stations for Financial Year 2002–2003. It does not include former RAF stations that have retained their name but which have been transferred to the ownership of another part of the Ministry of Defence. Station Name Operating Costs (# million) RAF Bentley Priory 5.6 RAF Boscombe Down (Support Unit) 6.2...


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