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Written Answers — Work and Pensions: Cold Weather Payments (29 Mar 2006)

James Plaskitt: The weather stations used to collect information in order to assess entitlement to cold weather payments are: Aberporth Albemarle Andrewsfield Aultbea Aviemore Bedford Bingley Bishopton Boltshope Park Boscombe Down Boulmer Braemar Brize Norton Capel Curig Cardinham Carlisle Cassley Charlwood Chivenor Coleshill Coltishall Crosby Culdrose Dundrennan Dunkeswell Aerodrome Dyce Edinburgh Gogarbank...

Written Answers — Defence: Meteorological Office (21 Jul 2005)

Don Touhig: There are 27 meteorological stations responsible for forecasting and observing based at military locations. Their locations are: Scotland Kinloss Leuchars Lossiemouth South Uist Wales Aberporth Valley England Benson Boscombe Down Brize Norton Coltishall Coningsby Cranwell Dishforth High Wycombe Larkhill Leeming Linton on Ouse Lyneham Middle Wallop Northolt Odiham Shawbury St. Mawgan...

Public Bill Committee: Clean Neighbourhoods and Environment Bill: New Clause 7 - Noise act 1996: requirement for consultation (1 Feb 2005)

Anne McIntosh: I listened with great interest to what the Minister said. Only towards the end of his remarks did he address the points made in the new clause. The fact that the Government are considering a noise strategy for transport is welcome. The Minister mentioned delivery vans and there is also the problem of some road surfaces being noisier than others, although I do not know whether the Minister...

Written Answers — Defence: Defence Spending Review (4 Oct 2004)

Anne McIntosh: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence what assessment he has made of the implications of (a) the Defence Spending Review and (b) the proposals set out in his oral statement on future capabilities for defence on 21 July for (i) RAF Leeming, (ii) RAF Linton on Ouse, (iii) AAC Dishforth and (iv) Alanbrooke Barracks; and if he will make a statement.

Military Aircraft (Northumberland) (14 Jul 2004)

Mr Ivor Caplin: I understand what the right hon. Gentleman is saying, but he made a number of comments about the overall pattern of low flying and I am trying to put the whole thing into context in response to what he said. The undulating terrain of the north-east of England, largely an area referred to as low flying area 12, which also includes part of the right hon. Gentleman's constituency, offers...

Written Answers — Defence: Defence Bases (25 May 2004)

Anne McIntosh: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence why his Department does not keep figures for the current number of (a) service and (b) civilian personnel based at (i) RAF Leeming, (ii) RAF Linton on Ouse, (iii) AAC Dishforth and (iv) Alanbrooke Barracks; and whether his Department has figures for the current number of (A) service and (B) civilian personnel at other defence establishments in the...

Written Answers — Defence: RAF (Medical Personnel) (17 May 2004)

Mr Ivor Caplin: Tables 1 and 2 show the strength of personnel in the RAF Medical Services, by rank and specialisation. Table 3 details the number of RAF medical personnel by Ministry of Defence establishment. These figures do not include dental officers and other ranks. Those deployed on operations are not shown separately but are recorded at their home unit. All figures are correct as at 1 April 2004....

Written Answers — Defence: Defence Personnel (Vale of York) (11 May 2004)

Anne McIntosh: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence how many departmental (a) civilian and (b) service personnel are based at (i) RAF Leeming, (ii) RAF Linton on Ouse, (iii) AAC Dishforth and (iv) Alanbrooke Barracks.

Written Answers — Defence: Defence Housing (Rubbish Disposal) (6 May 2004)

Anne McIntosh: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence what assessment he has made of the standard of the household rubbish collections services at defence housing associated with (a) RAF Leeming, (b) RAF Linton on Ouse, (c) AAC Dishforth and (d) Alanbrooke Barracks; and if he will make a statement.

Written Answers — Defence: Defence Medical Personnel (6 May 2004)

Anne McIntosh: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence whether the civilian medical practitioners based at (a) RAF Leeming, (b) RAF Linton on Ouse, (c) AAC Dishforth and (d) Alanbrooke Barracks are stationed at these bases on a full-time basis.

Written Answers — Defence: RAF (Medical Personnel) (5 May 2004)

Anne McIntosh: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence how many vacancies exist for medical personnel at (a) RAF Leeming, (b) RAF Linton on Ouse, (c) RAF Dishforth and (d) Alanbrooke Barracks, broken down by (i) service, (ii) rank and (iii) specialisation; and if he will make a statement on his plans to fill those vacancies.

Written Answers — Defence: Defence Personnel (Vale of York) (4 May 2004)

Mr Ivor Caplin: Royal Naval Personnel are employed at the Defence High Frequency Communications Service facility at Forest Moor. Their role is to provide specialist military oversight and guidance to the contractor who operates the site. Personnel are drawn from the Weapons Engineering and Operator Mechanic (Communications) specialisations. The RN also has a small number of personnel based at Linton-on-Ouse...

Written Answers — Defence: Medical Services (27 Apr 2004)

Anne McIntosh: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence how many medical personnel are based at (a) AAC Dishforth, (b) RAF Leeming, (c) RAF Linton on Ouse and (d) Alanbrooke Barracks, broken down by service, rank and specialisation.

Written Answers — Defence: Medical Services (19 Apr 2004)

Anne McIntosh: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence what medical services are available to personnel at (a) AAC Dishforth, (b) RAF Leeming, (c) RAF Linton on Ouse and (d) Alanbrooke Barracks.

Eurofighter Typhoon (12 Nov 2003)

Anne McIntosh: I am delighted to have secured this debate on the programme for the jet fighter, known as the Typhoon. It is my first in this Chamber, so it is a great honour to present the case in favour of the programme this afternoon. May I declare a modest interest, in that I have a personal equity plan in British Aerospace? I also have a local constituency interest, as there are two RAF bases in the...

Iraq (Military Operations) (3 Apr 2003)

Anne McIntosh: Will the Secretary of State join me in paying tribute to those serving from RAF Leeming, RAF Linton-on-Ouse, Allenbrooke barracks and Dishforth airfield? They number some 445. Obviously, this is a very anxious time for the families and friends who are left behind. Especially worrying are the graphic pictures that are reaching them in what is virtually 24-hour coverage—particularly pictures...

Written Answers — Defence: Military Training Establishments (18 Mar 2003)

Dr Lewis Moonie: Current establishment and manning figures for military medical officers, civilian medical practitioners, and other medical personnel at training establishments in each of the Services are as follows: Royal Navy Training Establishment Military Medical Officer Establishment Military Medical Officer Manning Civilian Medical Practitioner Establishment Civilian Medical Practitioner Manning...

Written Answers — Defence: RAF Pilot Training (12 Mar 2003)

Dr Lewis Moonie: My right hon. Friend the Secretary of State for Defence visited Royal Air Force (RAF) Linton-on-Ouse in the Vale of York on 6 March, when he attended the annual dinner of the Yorkshire Universities Air Squadron. I understand that he discussed a variety of subjects with those present.

Public Bill Committee: Railways and Transport Safety Bill: Clause 98 - Military application (6 Mar 2003)

Anne McIntosh: The Minister referred to clauses 97 and 98. Clearly, they should be read together. I understand that the new offences that are created in the Bill will apply to civilian contractors employed by the Ministry of Defence working on or with military aircraft who are not subject to service law. Service personnel are subject to separate disciplinary procedures if found under the influence of...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Armed Forces: Single-room Accommodation (4 Feb 2003)

Lord Bach: The Ministry of Defence awarded the prime contract for Project SLAM to the Birmingham based Debut consortium, led by Bovis Lend Lease and Babcock Services Ltd, on 18 December 2002. The contract for SLAM is the first five-year phase of a 10-year programme. It encompasses all ranks across each of the services and will deliver in the order of 16,000 upgraded bed spaces in around 100 projects on...


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