§ Mr. Matthew Taylor
To ask the Secretary of State for Defence (1) what arrangements his Department makes to ensure that blind and partially sighted people have access to information produced by his Department where it has not been published in alternative media such as Braille, large print or tape;
Base Facilities Broughton Moor Cumbria NATO Armaments Depot June 1992 Holy Loch Strathclyde Storage/Support June 1992 RAF Kemble Gloucestershire Storage/Support June 1992 Martlesham Heath Suffolk Communications Site July 1992 RAF Greenham Common Berkshire Standby Deployment Base September 1992 Cairnmore Hilloch Highlands Communications Site October 1992 RAF Inverbervie Grampian Communications Site October 1992 Latheron Highlands Communications Site October 1992 RAF Locking Avon Contingency Hospital October 1992 RAF Sculthorpe Norfolk Standby Deployment Base October 1992 West Murkle Highlands Communications Site October 1992 Aberdeen Grampian Communications Site November 1992 Kinnaber Grampian Communications Site January 1993 Mormond Hill Grampian Communications Site January 1993 RAF Machrihanish Strathclyde Storage/Support April 1993 Glen Douglas Strathclyde Storage/Support June 1993 RAF St. Mawgan Cornwall Storage/Support June 1993
§ Mr. Hanley
The list of bases and facilities made available to the United States visiting forces at the following locations and which are due to be returned or partially returned to Ministry of Defence control is as follows:818W
(2) what is his Department's policy on which information produced by his Department is published in alternative media to standard print such as Braille, tape or large print.
§ Mr. Aitken
With the exception of recruitment literature and application forms, the information produced by my Department is not available in alternative media for public use, although it would be possible to provide this if it were cost effective to do so. Internal information, however, can usually be made available to staff in alternative media where there is a demand.