Prime Minister

Written Answers – Pakistan, Prime Minister, 6 May 2014

Paul Flynn (Newport West, Labour)
To ask the Prime Minister pursuant to the answer of 28 April 2014, Official Report, column 473W, on Pakistan, whether Pakistan’s possession of nuclear weapons and the prospects of Pakistan joining the Nuclear Non-proliferation Treaty were discussed at his 30 April 2014 meeting with the Prime Minister of Pakistan.

David Cameron (The Prime Minister; Witney, Conservative)
When I met Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on 30 April, I discussed a range of issues, including on foreign and security policy.

It is the UK’s position that all countries should join and abide by the Nuclear Proliferation Treaty.

Written Answers – Pakistan, Prime Minister, 28 April 2014

Paul Flynn (Newport West, Labour)
To ask the Prime Minister what matters in respect of (a) Pakistan’s possession of nuclear weapons and (b) the prospects of Pakistan joining the Nuclear Non-proliferation Treaty he discussed at his April 2014 meeting with his Pakistani counterpart.

David Cameron (The Prime Minister; Witney, Conservative)
I have not met my Pakistani counterpart this month.  At our meeting on 30 April I will discuss a range of foreign policy issues with Prime Minister Sharif.

Written Answer, Israel – Prime Minister, 18 Mar 2014

Paul Flynn (Newport West, Labour)
To ask the Prime Minister whether the possibility of Israel (a) disarming its nuclear weapons capability and (b) joining the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty was discussed with (i) his Israeli counterpart, (ii) other Israeli ministers and (iii) members of the Knesset during his visit to Israel on 12 and 13 March 2014.

David Cameron (The Prime Minister; Witney, Conservative)
I did not discuss this issue during my recent visit to Israel.

The Government consistently call on Israel to join the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty as a non-nuclear weapon state and to agree a full scope Comprehensive Safeguards Agreement with the International Atomic Energy Agency. We continue to support the objective of a middle east free from weapons of mass destruction and continue to encourage Israel to participate in discussions to that end.

Oral Answers to Questions: Engagements – Prime Minister, 12 March 2014

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Nicholas Clegg (The Deputy Prime Minister; Sheffield, Hallam, Liberal Democrat)
I also express my condolences to the family and friends of Bob Crow. Whether one agreed with him or not, he was someone with forthright views, and he always worked tirelessly for what he believed in and for the people he represented.

On the issue of Dounreay, the Ministry of Defence sought to be as open as possible. It is important that all of us work together to ensure that the nuclear deterrent is managed and maintained safely, and that is exactly what everyone seeks to do.

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