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Written Answers — Defence: MOD Police Agency (26 Jun 2001)

Dr Lewis Moonie: The following Key Targets have been set for the Ministry of Defence Police Agency: Key Target 1 To achieve at least 60 per cent. patrol activity from those officers devoted to patrolling. Key Target 2 To achieve a crime solving rate of at least 38 per cent. Key Target 3 By 31 March 2002, to have developed a methodology, and associated targets, for measuring the MDPs contribution to security...

Written Answers — Defence: Defence Diversification Agency (26 Jun 2001)

Dr Lewis Moonie: We have been greatly encouraged by the response to the consultation on the future of the Defence Diversification Agency (DDA) and were particularly pleased by the many words of encouragement and support for the agency and its work. We continue to support a strong UK defence industry and recognise fully the significant role it plays in our wider industrial base. It was for these reasons we set...

Written Answers — Defence: Porton Down (27 Jun 2001)

Dr Lewis Moonie: I refer the hon. Member to the answer I gave to the hon. Member for Truro and St. Austell (Mr. Taylor) on 1 May 2001, Official Report, columns 550-51W. The historical survey of the Porton Down volunteer programme will gather information from all source material. This will be largely documentary but will also include information from former Porton Down volunteers. The historical survey is...

Written Answers — Defence: Cyprus (27 Jun 2001)

Dr Lewis Moonie: The civil servant, Mr. M. Morgan, died within the Western Sovereign Base Area (SBA) and as such fell within the jurisdiction of the SBA police force. It is therefore the SBA police, rather than the Cypriot police, who have carried out the investigation into his death. This investigation is now complete and the results have been provided to HM Coroner for his consideration at an inquest into...

Written Answers — Defence: Aircraft XV208 (27 Jun 2001)

Dr Lewis Moonie: This is a matter for the Chief Executive of the Meteorological Office. I have asked him to write to the hon. Member. Letter from Peter Ewins to Mr. Robert Key, dated 27 June 2001 I am replying to your question to the Secretary of State for Defence about the BAe 146-300 aircraft that will perform research previously done with Hercules XV208, otherwise known as Snoopy. This matter falls within...

Written Answers — Defence: Aircraft XV208 (27 Jun 2001)

Dr Lewis Moonie: Aircraft XV208 is currently based at the Defence Evaluation Research Agency, soon to be QinetiQ, site at Boscombe Down. The aircraft is currently being kept in flying condition while future business for it is explored.

Written Answers — Defence: Pensions (Politically Sensitive Cases) (28 Jun 2001)

Dr Lewis Moonie: War pension is awarded for disablement causally linked to service. The intent of the guidance issued to assessors is to explain that some contended service links are relatively straightforward but that others are more complex, requiring careful consideration and perhaps some discussion with an expert caseworker who is a particularly experienced medical adviser. It is accepted that the wording...

Written Answers — Defence: Leslie John Douglas (28 Jun 2001)

Dr Lewis Moonie: The investigation into the shooting of Leslie John Douglas is not yet complete. The Special Investigations Branch (SIB) of the Royal Military Police are, however, nearing completion of their inquiries although they still have to carry out a number of interviews and produce their final report. It is in everyone's interests that the investigations are completed and that they are thorough. The...

Written Answers — Defence: Porton Down (28 Jun 2001)

Dr Lewis Moonie: The historical survey is currently being undertaken by a Principal (Grade B2) working for the Gulf Veterans Illness Unit. The historical survey is financed through the Gulf Veterans Illnesses Unit and has no fixed budget.

Written Answers — Defence: Porton Down (28 Jun 2001)

Dr Lewis Moonie: The historical survey of the Porton Down volunteer programme will gather information from available documentary source material and recollections from former volunteers. The survey is expected to report in the summer of 2002 and the findings will be published.

Written Answers — Defence: Porton Down (28 Jun 2001)

Dr Lewis Moonie: The Medical Research Council has agreed that an epidemiological study of Porton Down Veterans is feasible. Confirmation of this can be found in the advertisements placed by the Medical Research Council in the scientific press on 21 and 23 June 2001, inviting expressions of interest from the research community.

Written Answers — Defence: Porton Down (28 Jun 2001)

Dr Lewis Moonie: During the period 21 November 2000 to 27 June 2001, 78 former Porton Down volunteers have been referred to the Medical Assessment Programme. Of this number, 49 have been seen.

Written Answers — Defence: Porton Down (28 Jun 2001)

Dr Lewis Moonie: A working meeting took place on 30 May 2001 between one member of Ministry of Defence staff and one member of the Medical Research Council staff at which practical details relating to an independent epidemiological study of Porton Down Volunteers were discussed.

Written Answers — Defence: Porton Down (2 Jul 2001)

Dr Lewis Moonie: During 2000 a total of 19 service volunteers participated in studies conducted at CBD Porton Down. A further 25 RAF service volunteers participated in a CBD study conducted at RAF Honington in 2000. Thirty five civilian volunteers also took part in the human volunteer programme at Porton Down during 2000.

Written Answers — Defence: Porton Down (2 Jul 2001)

Dr Lewis Moonie: No. The Chemical and Biological Defence Sector at Porton Down has been unable to identify any films recording trials with biological warfare simulants in public places since 1971.

Written Answers — Defence: Porton Down (2 Jul 2001)

Dr Lewis Moonie: No. The current evidence suggests that following single, acute doses of the oripavine derivative TL 2636 there are no long-term effects on health. The conduct of a study is, therefore, not warranted.

Written Answers — Defence: Porton Down (2 Jul 2001)

Dr Lewis Moonie: I refer the hon. Member to the answer I gave him on 1 May 2001, Official Report, columns 550–51W.

Written Answers — Defence: Porton Down (2 Jul 2001)

Dr Lewis Moonie: I refer the hon. Member to the answer I gave him on 9 May 2001, Official Report, column 196W.

Written Answers — Defence: Porton Down (2 Jul 2001)

Dr Lewis Moonie: I am withholding copies of the technical reports under Exemption 1 of the Code of Practice on Access to Government Information.

Written Answers — Defence: Porton Down (2 Jul 2001)

Dr Lewis Moonie: Yes.


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