HC Deb 27 July 1982 vol 28 c497W
16. Mr Gwilym Roberts

asked the Secretary of State for Defence what representations he has received about the cost and effectiveness of United Kingdom nuclear weapons; and if he will list these representations in the Official Report.

32. Mr. Strang

asked the Secretary of State for Defence what recent representations he has received expressing opposition to Trident.

Mr. Blaker

From 1 March 1982 to date we have received about 90 letters from Members of Parliament and about 830 letters from members of the public concerning various aspects of our nuclear policies.

21. Mr. Flannery

asked the Secretary of State for Defence to what extent Her Majesty's Government keep under review the relative effectiveness and effects of nuclear weapons held by other countries.

Mr. Blaker

Together with our NATO allies, we keep under constant review all matters relating to the security of the Alliance as a whole. This includes evaluating the capabilities of nuclear weapon States.

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