08/01/2010

pre st athan inquiry propaganda

St Athan decision due this summer

Defence Management -
The future of the £12bn Defence Technical College (DTC) at St Athan will not be finalised until the summer, according to Armed Forces Minister Bill Rammell. ...

Welsh £12bn defence academy delayed

Building.co.uk - Sophie Griffiths -
A final decision on plans for a £12bn defence academy in Wales will not be made until summer, the government has said. ...

Defence academy plans put on ice

PlanningResource (subscription) - Huw Morris -
Plans for a £1.3 billion defence training academy in South Wales have been delayed until after the general election. The proposal, the biggest UK government ...

Decision on £13bn training centre will be after election

WalesOnline - Tomos Livingstone -
A FINAL decision on a £13bn training centre for the armed forces the Vale of Glamorgan will not be taken until after the general election. ...

St Athan Defence Training Centre decision delayed

BBC News -
A final decision on a proposed £12bn defence academy will not be made until the summer, the UK government says. The Defence Technical College (DTC) is set ..


St Athan Defence Training Centre decision delayed

BBC News - ‎19 hours ago‎
A final decision on a proposed £12bn defence academy will not be made until the summer, the UK government says. The Defence Technical College (DTC) is set ...

1 comment:

alanindyfed said...

I would like to lend my support to the closure of Sain Tathan military base (he was Tathan, not Athan).
My view is that Cymru should be a neutral state, as Ireland is, and not be militarized.
At least Welsh soldiers would not be coming back in coffins from Afghanistan and Cymru would not be involved in such military escapades.
This is a matter of principle, not jobs and Plaid should speak out against this establishment. After all, the president and vice-president do.