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Column 800Expenditure in 1993-94 will be about £3 million. We also intend to provide concessional support for £50 million worth of projects.
Mr. Hunter : To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs what representations he has made to, or received from, authorities and agencies in Mozambique in respect of the diversion of aid.
Mr. Lennox-Boyd : The only reported losses of British bilateral aid have been pilferage of food aid. We estimate losses of about 2 per cent. in 1993. All out bilateral food aid in 1993 was provided through British non- governmental organisations--NGOs--who employ contractors, paid on performance, to store and transport the food to specific destinations. Distribution to beneficiaries is supervised by NGOs. Where there are losses in storage and transit, we expect the NGOs to recoup the losses from the contractors concerned. Regular co-ordination meetings are held between the Government of Mozambique, donors, and implementing agencies to monitor the distribution of emergency relief and food aid. Where specific cases of diversion of United Kingdom bilateral food aid has been suspected, they have been taken up by the ambassador with Ministers in the Government of Mozambique and provincial governors. In such cases assurances have been received that action is being taken to prevent further instances.
Mr. Lennox-Boyd : One payment of £48.6 million was made to Antah Biwater JV under the United Kingdom--Malaysia grant 1986 in respect of the rural water supply project, which provides clean water supplies to about 4 million people in 134 areas in Malaysia.
Mr. Campbell-Savours : To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs what payments were made to citizens of Malaysia and Malaysian companies by the ODA for proposed aid-related projects in the years 1985, 1986, 1987 and 1988 ; and for what purposes such payments were made.
Mr. Needham : The United Kingdom exported computers worth £3.8 billion in 1992, the last full year for which data are available. Exports of computers in the first nine months of 1993 were worth £3.5 billion. Due to changes in the system of collecting trade data, figures for 1993 as a whole are not yet comprehensive enough for direct comparisons with earlier data. However, the value of United Kingdom exports of computers in 1993, as a whole, are expected to reach a record level.
Mr. David Shaw : To ask the President of the Board of Trade what plans his Department has to resolve the legal anomalies regarding the import and sale of modems not approved for connection to the United Kingdom public telephone network ; and whether he intends to press for a Europewide solution.
Mr. McLoughlin : My Department is reviewing the United Kingdom approvals regime for telecommunications terminal equipment, including the placing on the market of modems capable of, but not approved for, connection to the network. One of the main objectives of the review is to introduce a regime consistent with our obligations under the Telecommunications Terminal Equipment Directive--91/263/EEC. At the same time, my officials are discussing the particular problems caused by unapproved modems with the Commission and other member states with a view to developing a pan-European solution.
Mr. Needham : On 22 February the GATT council considered and agreed the outline of the GATT report to the United Nations Commission for Sustainable Development on GATT activities following the 1992 UNCED conference. The report will highlight the contribution of the Uruguay round to sustainable development, as well as pointing to the value of analytical work already carried out in GATT. Contracting parties see the December 1993 decision on future trade and environment work as evidence of continued commitment to this important issue.
Mr. McLoughlin : The Furniture and Furnishings (Fire) (Safety) Regulations 1988, as amended, include requirements for the flammability resistance of foam filled furniture. Statistics for deaths and injuries in fires are compiled by the Home Office from data collected by fire brigades. The data records that the number of deaths caused by combustion originating in upholstery and covers in dwellings has fallen from 193 in 1988 to 117 in 1991. Though other factors, such as an increased use of smoke alarms, may have influenced these figures the fall in the death rate associated with fires in upholstery and covers was much steeper than the fall in death rate from fires in dwellings overall.
Mr. McLoughlin : A recent study, commissioned by this Department, concluded that the United Kingdom is one of the most advanced countries worldwide on a range of key telecommunications infrastructure indicators, including use of optical fibre at trunk and local level, digitalisation of exchanges and availability of advanced services such as ISDN. This position has been achieved through our policies of privatisation, liberalisation and competition. A large number of companies are now competing to provide high- capacity telecommunication services, including BT, Mercury, Energis, COLT, MFS and the cable TV operators. I hope to license more shortly.
Mr. Needham : Air transport services fall within the scope of the general agreement on trade in services, which forms part of the GATT agreement. The annex on air transport services notes that the agreement does not apply to measures affecting air transport traffic rights. A number of countries have made liberalisation commitments in services related to repair and maintenance, sales and marketing and computer reservation systems. There will be periodic reviews to consider whether the extent of the application of the agreement to air transport services should be expanded.
The GATT negotiations on trade in civil aircraft will continue for a further year following the conclusion of the GATT round. The Government are keen that these negotiations should resume at the earliest opportunity, in order to allow time for the negotiation of an agreement covering the whole aerospace sector, to include balanced disciplines on direct and indirect support while protecting existing Government launch aid. Meanwhile, the Government, in conjunction with industry, the European
Column 803Commission, and other EU Governments, are carrying out an analysis of the various options for achieving such an agreement.
Mr. Llew Smith : To ask the Prime Minister how many public interest immunity certificates he or his predecessor have been asked to sign in each year since 1979 ; how many he or his predecessor declined to sign ; and if he will make a statement on his policy of signing public interest immunity certificates.
The Prime Minister : No central record has been kept of the number of public interest immunity certificates put to Ministers since 1979, and a search of all the records in No. 10 would involve disproportionate cost. I do not recall being asked to sign such a certificate and it is unlikely that either I or my predecessor would have been asked to sign one since immediate responsibility for the relevant documents or information would normally rest with the head of a separate Department.
The Prime Minister : We discussed current international issues, and established a wide measure of agreement on points for joint United Kingdom- United States action. These included sending a joint British-American civil planning mission to Sarajevo ; continuing support for the process of democratic and economic reform in Russia ; steps to promote the process of democratic reform in South Africa ; reaffirmation of United States support for the joint declaration on Northern Ireland ; and support for Governor Patten's policies on Hong Kong.
The Prime Minister : A variety of gifts are received from heads of government, heads of state and others. They are all handled in accordance with "Questions of Procedure for Ministers". It is not considered appropriate to provide a list.
The Prime Minister [holding answer 2 March 1994] : No. The customary practice is to give official gifts to heads of government, heads of state and small numbers of officials on the occasion of each visit to a country, but it is not considered appropriate to give details of these.
The Prime Minister : This morning I presided at a meeting of the Cabinet and had meetings with ministerial colleagues and others. In addition to my duties in the House, I shall be having further meetings later today.
Sir David Steel : To ask the Prime Minister what offers of aid to Malaysia were discussed during his visit to Malaysia in September 1993 ; and what were the amounts involved for each potential project.
The Prime Minister [holding answer 28 February 1994] : There was no substantive discussion of aid offers during this visit. However, I attended the unveiling of a plaque at the Connaught Bridge power plant for which the Government had provided £23.485 million aid and trade provision support. I was also present at the signature of a document between the Kuala Lumpur international airport Berhad and the Anglo- Japanese airport consortium, on the role the consortium would play in the Kuala Lumpur airport project.
The Prime Minister [holding answer 2 March 1994] : The Cabinet Secretary's notebooks, which contain the handwritten records of each Cabinet meeting, have been preserved since 1947. They are retained in the Cabinet Office with the approval of the Lord Chancellor under section 3(4) of the Public Records Act 1958.
The Prime Minister [holding answer 2 March 1994] : I have recently made it clear that I do not believe that Ministers or officials travelling on Government business, necessarily paid for from public funds, should make private use of air miles which may arise as a result of that expenditure. There is no objection to re-applying the benefits of these schemes to travel on Government business.
Mr. Austin Mitchell : To ask the Secretary of State for Education what steps he is taking, and what funding is being withheld from colleges of further education, to require them to change the contracts of existing staff ; whether any targets for the percentage of existing staff moving to new contracts have been proposed by him ; what additional finance is being made available to colleges to allow them to offer incentive packages to existing staff to take new contracts ; what limits he has placed on the scale of these offers ; and if he will make a statement.
Mr. Boswell : The holdback of grant from the Further Education Funding Council relates to newly employed staff. It is for individual colleges to decide whether they wish to move existing staff onto new contracts and how rapidly they wish to do so. It is also for individual colleges to decide what incentives they will offer their staff, within the resources available to each college and within the framework of the Government's policy on public sector pay.
Mr. Robin Squire : The table gives details of the ranking by county of the percentage of female school leavers estimated to be leaving maintained schools in England in 1992 with five or more GCSEs at grades A to C. The latest year for which the information is available is 1991-92, when the school examinations survey was undertaken with a reduced sample of 3 per cent.
Female school leavers achieving 5 or more grades A-C at GCSE in English schools in 1991-92 |Per cent.|Rank ----------------------------------------------------- Avon |46.1 |16 Bedfordshire |50.2 |12 Berkshire |38.3 |30 Buckinghamshire |53.1 |6 Cambridgeshire |41.5 |25 Cheshire |42.8 |21 Cleveland |32.3 |37 Cornwall |52.4 |9 Cumbria |38.4 |29 Derbyshire |38.8 |27 Devon |48.8 |15 Dorset |43.7 |19 Durham |45.5 |17 East Sussex |49.5 |13 Essex |49.2 |14 Gloucestershire |51.5 |11 Hampshire |52.0 |10 Hereford and Worcester |34.3 |35 Hertfordshire |54.1 |3 Humberside |34.4 |34 Isle of Wight |52.5 |8 Kent |43.7 |19 Lancashire |32.6 |36 Leicestershire |30.4 |38 Lincolnshire |35.2 |32 Norfolk |38.5 |28 North Yorkshire |42.2 |22 Northamptonshire |41.2 |26 Northumberland |53.0 |7 Nottinghamshire |35.0 |33 Oxfordshire |44.0 |18 Shropshire |42.1 |23 Somerset |53.3 |4 Staffordshire |41.6 |24 Surrey |63.6 |2 Warwickshire |68.4 |1 West Sussex |53.2 |5 Wiltshire |35.4 |31 Source: School Examinations Survey 1991-92.
Mr. Fatchett : To ask the Secretary of State for Education what plans he has to amend the regulations for mandatory awards for those students in higher education, who were abducted from the United Kingdom as children, and who therefore would not qualify for an award under the current regulations because of their limited period of residence ; and if he will make a statement.
Mr. Boswell : My right hon. Friend has no present plans to amend the Education (Mandatory Awards) Regulations in the way the hon. Member proposes. Normally, a student must have been ordinarily resident in the British Islands throughout the three years immediately preceding the start of the first year of his course to qualify for a mandatory award. Periods of temporary absence abroad do not breach a person's ordinary residence in the British Islands. Under the regulations, it is for an applicant's local education authority to decide whether the period during which he was abroad as a result of his abduction should be considered a temporary absence in deciding if he is eligible for a mandatory award. Where a student is not eligible for a mandatory award, the LEA has the power to make a discretionary award to him.
Mr. Byers : To ask the Secretary of State for Education how many Malaysian students have entered the United Kingdom in each year since 1980 for the purpose of studying ; and what financial support they directly, or the Malaysian Government on their behalf, received from the Government.
Mr. Boswell : The following table shows the number of Malaysian students enrolled as full-time and sandwich course students at universities, polytechnics, Scottish central institutions and all other colleges maintained or assisted by local authorities or grant-aided by Education Departments in the United Kingdom. Information on independent sector further and higher education institutions is not collected centrally.
(000s) Year |Number --------------------- 1980 |12.9 1981 |9.0 1982 |6.5 1983 |5.5 1984 |5.0 1985 |6.3 1986 |6.5 1987 |6.8 1988 |6.4 1989 |7.5 1990 |7.5 1991 |7.9
United Kingdom Government support for Malaysian students is shown in the following table ; figures are not available prior to the 1984-85 financial year.
|£000s -------------------- 1984-85 |3,063 1985-86 |2,947 1986-87 |2,836 1987-88 |3,158 1988-89 |2,560 1989-90 |2,797 1990-91 |2,874 1991-92 |2,913 1992-93 |2,403
(2) what measures are being taken to reduce the level of documentation being sent to chairmen of governors of secondary schools.
Mr. Forth : We are aware of concerns expressed about the amount of paperwork sent to schools from my Department. We have responded to those concerns by regulating, since 1991, the flow of paper so that only essential documents, mainly those relating to statutory responsibilities, are sent automatically. I constantly invite suggestions from schools of paperwork which is redundant--with a view to reducing or eliminating it.
Ms Armstrong : To ask the Secretary of State for Education if he will place in the Library the action plan from Crook primary school governors ; and if he will also place in the Library the advice to him on that plan from (a) Durham county council and (b) Ofsted.
Mr. Forth : I have deposited a copy of the governors' action plan in the Library. As required by section 211 of the Education Act 1993 Durham local education authority has sent its commentary on the action plan to my right hon. Friend and Her Majesty's chief inspector for schools. It is for the LEA to decide whether to make copies more widely available. HMCI's advice to my right hon. Friend is given in confidence.
Mr. Rowlands : To ask the Secretary of State for Education if he will list the occasions since 1979 when Ministers have issued written instructions to override his Department's accounting officer's objections.
Mr. Waldegrave : A list of non-ministerial Government Departments is contained in the list of ministerial responsibilities produced by the Cabinet Office. Copies of the latest LMR--June 1993--are available from the Vote Office. Since June 1993, three new non-ministerial Government Departments have been established--the Office of the National Lottery, the Office of Passenger Rail Franchising, and the Office of the Rail Regulator.
(2) if he will list all publicly funded advisory bodies in the United Kingdom ;
(3) what has been the total cost of non-departmental public bodies to the Exchequer in each year since 1979 ;
(4) how many people are employed in non-departmental public bodies in the United Kingdom.
Mr. Waldegrave : The following non-ministerial Government Departments are responsible for regulating the privatised utility services- -the Office of Electricity Regulation, the Office of Gas Supply, the Office of Telecommunications, and the Office of Water Services.
Mr. Mackinlay : To ask the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster (1) what research the Government are funding or initiating into the dangers of bacterial strains becoming resistant to available antibiotics ; and if he will make a statement.
(2) what research the Government are funding or initiating into the possibility that antibiotic-resistant strains of enterococcus may pass on their immunity to other more deadly types of bacteria ; and if he will make a statement ;
(3) what research has been conducted into the antibacterial resistant traits of staphylococcus aureus.
Mr. Waldegrave : The Medical Research Council attaches importance to research into the mechanisms of pathogenicity and drug resistance in bacterial infections and supports a range of studies in this area which are relevant to understanding how antibiotic resistance develops. As part of its clinical research initiative in Nottingham, the council is building up support for several groups studying a range of bacterial infections. One group has a particular interest in problems related to staphylococcal infections. The MRC is also reviewing the literature relating to septic shock, especially in relation to possible studies of monoclonal antibody therapy. In addition, the Public Health Laboratory Service, a non- departmental public body, is undertaking surveillance programmes to monitor the incidence and effects of multiple antibiotic resistance to staphylococcus aureus and to enterococcus bacteria.
Mr. Waldegrave : I announced the terms of reference for this efficiency scrutiny on 2 February. The bodies which will be covered are listed in the table. The team will make recommendations to Sir Peter Levene, the Prime Minister's efficiency adviser, by the end of April 1994. It is normal practice for efficiency unit reports to be published.
Science and technology establishments included in the PSRE scrutiny Life sciences sector |Topic area -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- MAFF 1.ADAS |Plant/Animal/ |Environment 2.Central Veterinary Laboratory |Animal 3.Central Science Laboratory |Plant/Animal/ |Environment 4.Food Science Laboratory |Food 5.Torry Research Station |Food 6.Directorate of Fisheries Research |Fish/ |Environment ODA 7.Natural Resources Institute |Plant Scottish Office 8.Marine Laboratory/Fisheries Research Services |Fish 9.Scottish Agricultural Science Agency |Plant SARI 10.Scottish Crop Research Institute |Plant 11.Rowett Research Institute |Food 12.Hannah Research Institute |Animal 13.Macaulay Land Use Research Institute |Plant/Animal/ |Environment 14.Moredun Research Institute |Animal AFRC 15.Institute for Animal Health |Animal 16.Institute for Food Research |Food 17.Institute of Grassland and Environmental Research |Plant/Animal/ |Environment 18.Institute of Arable Crops Research |Plant 19.Roslin Institute |Animal 20.Babraham Institute |Animal 21.Institute of Plant Science Research |Plant MRC 22.Radiobiology Unit |Health 23.Toxicology Unit |Health 24.Dunn Nutrition Unit |Health 25.Virology Unit |Health 26.Reproductive Biology Unit |Health NERC 27.Institute of Virology and Environmental Microbiology |Environment Microbiology 28.Institute of Terrestrial Ecology |Environment 29.Institute of Fresh Water Ecology |Environment 30.Dunstaffnage Marine Laboratory |Environment 31.Plymouth Marine Laboratory |Environment Other public bodies 32.Public Health Laboratory Service (DH) |Health 33.Horticultural Research International (MAFF) |Plant 34.National Institute of Agricultural Botany (MAFF) |Plant 35.National Radiological Protection Board (DH) |Health 36.National Institute for Biological Standards (DH) |Health 37.Forestry Commission Laboratories |Plant (Secretaries of State for Scotland, Wales and Agriculture, Fisheries and Food)
Science and technology establishments included in the PSRE scrutiny Physical sciences sector |Topic area ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- DOE 1.Building Research Establishment |Engineering DOT 2.Transport Research Laboratory |Engineering Home Office 3.Police Scientific Development Branch |Engineering 4.Forensic Science Service |Forensic DTI 5.National Engineering Laboratory |Engineering 6.National Physical Laboratory |Analytical 7.AEA Technology (and Warren Spring) |Engineering 8.Laboratory of the Government Chemist |Analytical 9.National Weights and Measures Laboratory |Analytical HSE 10.Research and Laboratory Services Division |Analytical AFRC 11.Silsoe Research Institute |Engineering NERC 12.Proudman Oceanographic Laboratory |Environment 13.Institute of Hydrology |Environment 14.British Geological Survey |Environment SERC 15.Daresbury Laboratory |Analytical 16.Rutherford Appleton Laboratory |Analytical
Dr. Wright : To ask the Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food if she will give details of the public appointments she is responsible for making in addition to those identified in "Public Bodies 1993", including non-executive agency and other departmental management boards.
Mr. Jack : The Minister and the Secretary of State for Wales are required only in certain circumstances to approve the design of fish passes and gratings--screens--installed in England and Wales. Our records show that 212 fish passes and 10 gratings have received such approval or have been granted provisional approval. The location of each is as shown. No record is kept of those passes and gratings which do not require approval.
Location of approved fish passes and gratings in England and Wales NRA region and river |Location ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Gratings North West Leven |Low Wood power station Southern Cuckmere |Arlington reservoir South West Bole |Longham pumping station Exe |Exwick mills Exe |Pynes water works Taw |East Yelland power station Thames Thames |Chertsey intake Welsh Wye |Bwlch-Gwyn Wessex Avon |Sluice at Chippenham Yorkshire Esk |Ruswarp Passes Anglian Chad Brook |Hall mill Stour |Brundon hall Stour |Brundon mill Stour |Cornand weir Stour |Flatford mill Stour |Judas Gap weir Stour |Lamara weir Northumbrian Coquet |Moor ford Saltburn by the Sea |Skelton Beck dam Tees |Blue House point Tees |Broken Scar Wansbeck |Amenity weir Wear |Harelow bridge Wear |Harelow weir Wear |Harelow dam North West Calder |Oakenclough Garstang Calder |Calder hall Caldew |Cummersdale weir Caldew |Hawksdale weir Caldew |Holme head Derwent |Fitz weir Derwent |Yearl weir Duddon |Duddon hall Duddon |Ulpha Eamont |Brougham mill Ehen |Ennerdale lake Ellen |Netherhall weir Kent |Burneside mills Kent |Burneside weir Kent |Cowen head weir Kent |Staveley mill weir Kent |Stramongate Leck |Cowan bridge Lowther |Askam Lune |Broadraine weir Lune |Lower Halton weir Lune |Halton weir Lune |Skerton weir Lune |Upper Halton weir Marron |Branthwaite weir Leven |Low Wood, Haventhwaite Ribble |Locks weir Ribble |Settle weir Ribble |West Bradford weir Wiza |Wigton Severn Trent Severn |Castle weir Severn |Shrewsbury weir Tanat |Carreghofa weir Trent |Beeston weir Trent |Cromwell weir South West Avon |Bicton mill Avon |Chippenham Avon |Downton Avon |Lower Twerton Axe |Axminster bypass Axe |Tower weir Axe |Westford mill Axe |Weycroft weir Axe |Whitford bridge Barle |Perry weir Barle |Sticks weir Bray |Clapworthy weir Bray |Skentaway bridge, Muxworthy Camel |Camelford weir Coly |Coles weir Dart |Totnes weir Dean Burn |Buckfast Leigh Exe |Boleham weir Exe |Bridgetown weir Exe |Pynes weir Exe |Rushford and Witney Brooks Exe |Thorverton weir Exe |Thorverton weir Exe |Trew's weir Kensey |Ridgegrove weir Mole |Head weir Okement |Monkokehampton weir Otter |Honiton flood alleviation Quarme |Enterwell Rushy Ford |Rushy Ford and Witney Brook Stannon |Allenford Swincombe |Swincombe intake works Tamar |Gunnislake weir Tavy |Abbey weir Tavy |Denham bridge Tavy |Evans weir Tavy |Lopwell dam Taw |Colleton weir Taw |Eggesford weir Taw |Meahay Dunsford Tone |Firepool weir Tone |French weir Tone |Ham weir Tone |Newbridge Torridge |Torrington weir Southern Bull |Leabridge farm Cuckmere |Milton lock Great Stour |Abbots mill Itchen |Gaters mill Itchen |Woodmill pool Itchen |Woodmill Itchen |Allbrook lock Little Test |Drawing room pool Medway |Eldridges sluice Meon |Longwater bridge, Fontley Meon |Titchfield mill Meon |Wickham mill North |Newhurst lane Ouse |Fletching mill Ouse |Goldbridge weir Ouse |Pools bay Rother |Coltershore bridge Rother |Goldbridge weir Rother |Hardman weir Rother |Hardman Rother |Moorland farm Stour |Deans (Hookers) mill Test |Abbey mill Test |Nursling mill and Testwood mill Test |Testwood mill Uck |Uckfield mill Thames Charwell |Banbury town Thames |Cookham weir Thames |Molesey weir Thames |Molesey upper weir Welsh Afon Syfynwy |Llys-y-Fran Bowy |Blynpurffaith Brynbonian |Llethrmadynt Rhyd-y-Bed Brynbonian |Pont Brynbonian weirs Ceiriog |Brynkinalt Ceiriog |Clynceirlog weir Cleddau |Haverfordwest Cledlyn |Maes-y-Felin weir Clwyd |Bala lake Clwyd |Bala lake Clwyd |Bala lake scheme Clwyd |Nant Clwyd hill Clwyd |Ruthin weir Clwyd |Ruthin weir Conwy |Conwy falls Dee |Chester weir Dee and Clwyd |Tryweryn weir Dulais |Talyfan Eastern Cleddau |Canaston bridge Eastern Cleddau |Canaston intake Eastern Cleddau |Vickers mill weir Eddw |Franksbridge Elwy |Bont Newydd weir Elwy |Nont Newydd Glandy |Glandy Joint ford Grannel |Penbry dam Gwendraeth Fach |Old Forge weir Gwyrfou |Llyn Cwellyn Honddu |Castle weir Istrad |Brookhouse weir Leri |Talybont Leri |Leri weir Llethi |Llanarath bridge Nant Crymlyn |Corneldu Mawr Farm Reidol |Reidol falls weir Shedi |Derw mills Solva |Whitechurch Syfynwy |Llys-Fran Taff |Black weir Taff |Radyr weir Tarvelan |Johnstown Tawe |Swanage barrage Tawe |Panteg weir Tawe |Tawe barrage Tolog |Tolog weir Tryweryn |Bala weir Twrch |Penarth bridge Usk |Berthin brook Usk |Pentrefelin weir Usk |Pentrefelin weirs Westfield Pill |Neyland Yseir Fawr Brook |Upper weir Wessex Avill |Hurlypool weir Avill |Loxhole bridge Avon |Avon mill Avon |Bickton mill Avon |Bickton top weir Avon |Downton Avon |Great weir, Knapp mill Avon |Keynsham weir Avon |Keynsham weir Avon |Knapp mill Avon |Knapp mill works extension Avon |Lower Tiverton Avon |Melksham Townbridge Avon |Old mill, Harnham Avon |Ringwood Avon |Salisbury generating station Avon |Standlynch mill Avon |Standlynch weir Avon |Wild weir Chew |Chewton place Chew |Keysham park weir Dart |Staverton weir Exe |Exeford Frome |Bindon mill Frome |Welsh mill Nadder |Harnham mill Stour |Throop mill weir Tone |Longaller weir Washford |Upstream and downstream Wylye |Chilhampton Yorkshire Derwent |Kirkham abbey weir Don |Thrybergh weir Esk |Ruswarp weir Ouse |Linton weir Ure |Boroughbridge