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Hansard on US/UK nuclear weapons cooperation

Parliamentary Answers on Nuclear Weapons, 27 Feb 2009 : Column 1149W 

Nick Harvey: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence whether British personnel were involved in the design competition for the Reliable Replacement Warhead. [258416]

US using British atomic weapons factory for its nuclear programme

The US military has been using Britain's atomic weapons factory to carry out research into its own nuclear warhead programme, according to evidence seen by the Guardian.

US defence officials said that "very valuable" warhead research has taken place at the Atomic Weapons Establishment at Aldermaston in Berkshire as part of an ongoing and secretive deal between the British and American governments.

Hansard on Trident, USA, July 22nd 2008

Mrs. Cryer: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence how many US nuclear warheads are based in the United Kingdom; when he last discussed with the US authorities their withdrawal of warheads from the UK; and if he will make a statement. [218747]

Hansard on Nuclear Weapons, USA and Submarine Accidents, 7th Jul 2008

USA: Nuclear Weapons

Mr. Hancock: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence how many US nuclear weapons are maintained at (a) RAF Lakenheath, (b) other UK mainland bases and /(c)/ UK bases overseas; and if he will make a statement. [215792]

Hansard on Nuclear Weapons, 7th July 2008

7 July 2008 : Column 1154W, USA Nuclear Weapons

Mr. Hancock: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence how many US nuclear weapons are maintained at /(a)/ RAF Lakenheath, /(b)/ other UK mainland bases and /(c)/ UK bases overseas; and if he will make a statement. [215792]

U.S. Nuclear Weapons Withdrawn From the United Kingdom

If the information that 110 US tactical nuclear 'freefall' bombs have been removed from Lakenheath is confirmed, the risk of a nuclear air or ground accident involving US nuclear weapons in the UK will have gone, making East Anglia a safer place.

Hansard on Ballistic Missle Defence, 10th June 2008

10 Jun 2008 : Column 118W, Ballistic Missile Defence

Mr. Dai Davies: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence whether /(a) /he, /(b)/ Ministers and /(c)/ officials have had recent discussions with counterparts in the United States administration on the possibility of deploying anti-missile interceptors at United Kingdom bases. [209131]

Hansard on joint US - UK Nuclear Weapon Accident Exercises

Parliamentary questions, Hansard, 24 Apr 2008 : Column 2178W, Military Exercises: Nuclear Weapons

Norman Baker: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence on what dates the last joint US-UK nuclear weapon accident exercise was held; where it as held; on what dates the next joint US-UK nuclear weapon accident exercise will be held; and where it will be held. [201272]

High Court to Hear Uranium Case

Bethesda's USEC Argues to Impose Anti-Dumping Duties on French Firm implications not only for the energy industry but also for efforts to dismantle some nuclear weapons.