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Here you can browse the Minutes of Evidence which were ordered by the House of Commons to be printed 20 May 1999.


THURSDAY 20 MAY 1999

 (The Committee met in the Council Chamber, Arbuthnot House, Peterhead)


Members present:

Mr Peter Luff, in the Chair

Mr David Curry
Mr Andrew George
Mr John Hayes
Mr Austin Mitchell



CONTENTS

Memorandum submitted by The Scottish Fisheries Protection Agency (J51)

Supplementary Memorandum submitted by the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (J53)

Examination of Witnesses

MR PAUL E DU VIVIER, Chief Executive, MR JOHN B RODDIN, Director of Corporate Strategy and Resources, and MR ROBERT J WALKER, Director of Operations, Scottish Fisheries Protection Agency, examined.

Question Numbers

607 - 619

620 - 639

640 - 659

660 - 676

Examination of Witness

Professor Alasdair McIntyre, examined.

Question Numbers

677 - 679

680 - 699

700 - 718

Memorandum submitted by the Scottish Fish Merchants' Federation Ltd (J22)

Examination of Witnesses

MR DAVID LEIPER, Chairman, MR ROBERT MILNE, Executive Director, MR WILL CLARK, Vice Chairman, and MR DANNY COUPER, Conservation Spokesman, Scottish Fish Merchants' Federation, examined.

Question Numbers

719 - 739

740 - 759

760 - 764

Memorandum submitted by Aberdeen Fish Producers' Organisation Limited (J52)

Examination of Witnesses

MR RON GILLAND, Chief Executive, North East of Scotland Fishermen's Organisation, MR HAMISH GORDON, Chief Executive, Aberdeen Fish Producers' Organisation Limited, and MR IAIN MACSWEEN Chief Executive, Scottish Fishermen's Organisation Limited, examined.

Question Numbers

765 - 779

780 - 799

800 - 805

Memorandum submitted by the Chief Executive, North East of Scotland Fishermen's Organisation Limited (J60)


 
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