Positive Response from Irish Government on Sub Safety Issue

July 20, 2015

NEWS FROM THE CELTIC LEAGUE The Irish Foreign Minister has sent a positive response to a concern raised by the Celtic League about International Maritime Organisation Convention A709 (17) which govern the interaction of submarines and Motor Fishing Vessels. The League had expressed

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Nuclear Subs – Welcome in Wales Despite the Risks!

January 17, 2013

News from Celtic League Subject to a positive referendum in Alba/Scotland next year and the SNP carrying out it’s pledge to expel trident nuclear submarines from it’s waters, the UK nuclear arsenal would have a home in Wales, according to the Welsh First

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Jinxed Nuclear Sub Was Operated Safely Say Navy

February 14, 2011

The Royal Navy has responded to a query from the Celtic League about an incident in December 2010 when a Royal Navy nuclear submarine was grounded off Skye. Navy Command say the vessel was complying with International Maritime Organisation Resolutions on safety and

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Did Stricken Sub Comply With IMO Regulations

December 26, 2010

The Celtic League has written to the Royal Navy asking if the submarine HMS Astute which was grounded off Skye in October had complied with IMO regulations in relation to the safety of other mariners prior to the incident. The Navy have also

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Stranded Submarine: League Warning Prophetic

October 26, 2010

NEWS FROM THE CELTIC LEAGUE STRANDED SUBMARINE: LEAGUE WARNING PROPHETIC Today’s incident off Skye involving a stranded British nuclear submarine is just the type of incident we had warned about when three weeks ago we cautioned against any cuts to the provision of

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Nuclear Submarines Operated For Two Years With Defects

May 18, 2010

The dangers posed by the operation of British nuclear submarines in coastal waters around the British Isles has once again been illustrated by leaked information that two vessels (HMS Tireless and Turbulent) operated for two years with safety defects. The Ministry of Defence

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