Herald (Guzz): "Minister reassures over Base"

(granny)

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#2
Now I am worried about the future. When a Minister says 'you're secure', but can't say as what, with what, I have doubts. 'Public consultation' about nuclear dump sites!! You can almost see whats coming. But if a Minister of our illustrious government says were safe, then why do I worry?
 
#3
Like the dreaded "vote of confidence" from the Board - within a week, another manager bites the dust. No confidence in any statement about the Yard now, all smoke and mirrors.
 
#4
lsadirty said:
Like the dreaded "vote of confidence" from the Board - within a week, another manager bites the dust. No confidence in any statement about the Yard now, all smoke and mirrors.
Does this mean that the leaking nuclear waste storage site in North Prospect will have to be moved?

Just as the Swilleyites DNA was beginning to improve.....bummer :roll:

RM
 

(granny)

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Bergen said:
lsadirty said:
Like the dreaded "vote of confidence" from the Board - within a week, another manager bites the dust. No confidence in any statement about the Yard now, all smoke and mirrors.
Does this mean that the leaking nuclear waste storage site in North Prospect will have to be moved?

Just as the Swilleyites DNA was beginning to improve.....bummer :roll:

RM
Ouch!!
 
#7
Early 1992,the then Capt SM1 said "you have my word as a naval officer there will always be diesel submarines at HMS Dolphin." Jump forward to August 1993 and they were going for disposal! Suppose he was not lying as Alliance is still there!
 
#8
Had a signal and verbal re-assurance at a clear lower deck by Captain SM2 where he said that no S boats will be going to Faslane. 6 weeks later......
 

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