Celtic Sea APPG

First Registered: 16/12/2020 • Last updated on: 27/01/2021

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To highlight the economic and transportation potential of the Celtic Sea within the UK parliament.


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Recent Documents related to Celtic Sea

1. Technical Conservation and Landing Obligation rules and regulations 2020
04/02/2020 - Marine Management Organisation (MMO)
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Found: Applicable to the Nephrops Fishery in the Celtic Sea Celtic Sea Protection Zone Introduction This

2. Landing Obligation 2019 - Rules and regulations
02/12/2019 - Marine Management Organisation (MMO)
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Found: Applicable to Demersal Towed Gears Fishing in the Celtic Sea (Excluding Nephrop s V essels and Beam

3. Technical Conservation and Landing Obligation rules and regulations 2021
06/01/2021 - Marine Management Organisation (MMO)
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Found: Applicable to the Nephrops f ishery in the Celtic Sea Celtic Sea Protection Zone Introduction This

4. Technical Conservation and Landing Obligation rules and regulations 2020
04/02/2020 - Marine Management Organisation (MMO)
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Found: the Celtic Sea (excluding Beam Trawlers) See separate guidance for Nephrops vessels. Celtic Sea Protection

5. Landing Obligation 2019 - Rules and regulations
02/12/2019 - Marine Management Organisation (MMO)
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Found: 2019 Applicable to the Celtic Sea Nephrops F ishery Document No.: E508

Latest Documents
Recent Speeches related to Celtic Sea

1. Billy McNeill MBE
20/05/2019 - Commons Chamber

1: John O’Hara, was one of the founding fathers of Celtic football club back in 1888. Secondly, I am a very—I - Speech Link
2: debate? Billy McNeill had a long association with Celtic spanning more than 60 years as a player, manager - Speech Link
3: Billy McNeill was a one-club man, and that club was Celtic, for whom he played a remarkable 822 times between - Speech Link
4: John Greig and his truly emotional approach to Celtic Park, with the wreath in remembrance of Billy McNeill - Speech Link
5: Nevertheless, I have six brothers-in-law who are all mad Celtic fans. Kevin, Terence, Mark, Bernard, Micheal and - Speech Link

2. Agriculture and Fisheries Council
31/01/2017 - Written Statements

1: for quota stocks in the North sea, Atlantic, channel, Irish and Celtic seas, were first on the agenda - Speech Link

3. EU Trade and Co-operation Agreement: Fishing Industry
14/01/2021 - Commons Chamber

1: have responsibility for shared stocks in the North sea.We have also developed new bilateral arrangements - Speech Link
2: Government have promised our fishing industry a sea of opportunity, but, today, our boats are tied up - Speech Link
3: There are some uplifts for fishermen in the Celtic sea, and in particular those in Cornwall—as I mentioned - Speech Link
4: when will the distant water fleet be able to go to sea again? When will the new avalanche of paperwork be - Speech Link
5: said in 2014; “Leave the EU,” they said in 2016; “A sea of opportunity,” they said in 2020—bad advice, backed - Speech Link

4. Cornish National Identity: 2021 Census
11/06/2018 - Commons Chamber

1: evening.We are all but an island, with the sea surrounding us on three sides and the Tamar River - Speech Link
2: Kingdom, and being British. Like my Celtic cousin, I say that we Celtic fringe nations can bring a true sense - Speech Link
3: acknowledge the Cornish nation, just as it does the other Celtic nations of the UK. It would also be of practical - Speech Link
4: Protection of National Minorities as the UK’s other Celtic people, the Scots, the Welsh and the Irish. For - Speech Link

5. EU Trade and Co-operation Agreement: Fishing Industry
19/01/2021 - Lords Chamber

1: fishing opportunities on shared stocks in the North Sea. There will also be a UK-EU bilateral negotiation - Speech Link
2: in year 1. On North Sea cod, we have an increase from 47% to 57%. On Celtic sea haddock, our share has - Speech Link
3: limited to a number of ICES areas—the southern North Sea, the channel and the Bristol Channel. We want a vibrant - Speech Link

6. Energy White Paper
14/12/2020 - Commons Chamber

1: skills and expertise in human capital in the North sea oil and gas industry. An essential component of that - Speech Link
2: When it comes to oil and gas, I mentioned the North sea transition deal, and we will be setting out more - Speech Link
3: the SNP would listen to him more.The North sea transition deal was absolutely in the manifesto, - Speech Link
4: chair of the all-party parliamentary group on the Celtic sea, I am working with colleagues to try to facilitate - Speech Link
5: floating wind project in Welsh waters of the Celtic sea. She will also know that the Crown Estate has - Speech Link

7. Speaker’s Statement
14/10/2020 - Commons Chamber

1: very substantial scheme being worked up in the Celtic sea that would meet a third of that target, as well - Speech Link
2: I am aware of the incredible prospect in the Celtic sea and I am confident that the Crown Estate, as - Speech Link

8. Oral Answers to Questions
10/05/2018 - Commons Chamber

1: Will the Minister therefore consider visiting Celtic Park to assess the merits of that scheme, which - Speech Link
2: senior member of Celtic in Parliament earlier this week and we had a brief discussion on Celtic. Both my officials - Speech Link
3: song contest. I celebrate the fact that Southend-on-Sea has a wealth of musical talent. Will my right hon - Speech Link

9. Genetic Haemochromatosis
03/07/2019 - Westminster Hall

1: north-European extraction, particularly people of Celtic extraction, gives the UK the highest prevalence - Speech Link
2: people of Celtic origin leads to some people referring to genetic haemochromatosis as the Celtic curse, - Speech Link
3: experiences of their constituent. It is said that the Celtic peoples have a tendency for fair skin, freckles - Speech Link
4: pointed out, this particularly affects those of Celtic descent—or some 5 million people are believed to - Speech Link
5: the Celtic curse. I am not sure about the Celtic curse, but he is certainly known for his Celtic verse - Speech Link

10. UK Fishing Industry
07/12/2017 - Commons Chamber

1: 12—Multiannual Plan for Demersal Fishing Stocks in the North Sea, HC 301-ii; Third report of Session 2017-19 from - Speech Link
2: service to sea rescue. I also thank the Fishermen’s Mission and the Apostleship of the Sea for their work - Speech Link
3: governed by the UN convention on the law of the sea, particularly articles 61 to 63. There is a clear - Speech Link
4: accept that that will allow us to manage better our sea bass stocks for both commercial and recreational - Speech Link
5: International Council for the Exploration of the Sea, with which the UK scientific body the Centre for - Speech Link
6: place for commercial fishermen and recreational sea anglers to work together with us. A lot of people - Speech Link

Latest Speeches
Recent Questions related to Celtic Sea
1. Total Allowable Catches: Celtic Sea
asked by: Holly Lynch
16/01/2018
... what scientific evidence informed the decision to set total allowable catches for anglerfish and pollack in the Celtic Sea.

2. Celtic Football Club
asked by: Anna Turley
11/05/2018
... whether he has plans to visit Celtic Park football stadium to make an assessment of the merits of their rail seating installation.

3. Celtic Football Club
asked by: Andy Slaughter
11/06/2018
... last visited Celtic Football Club to view the railed seating trial; and what issues were discussed during that visit.

4. White Fish: Ireland
asked by: Angela Smith
22/01/2015
... what recorded number of sea bass were discarded in the (a) Irish and (b) Celtic Sea by Irish vessels in each of the last five years.

5. White Fish
asked by: Angela Smith
22/01/2015
... what recorded number of sea bass was discarded in the (a) Irish and (b) Celtic Sea by UK registered vessels in each of the last five years.

Latest Questions
10 Current APPG Members
Selaine Saxby Portrait
Selaine Saxby
Chair & Registered Contact
Conservative - North Devon
Joined: 16th December 2020
Cherilyn Mackrory Portrait
Cherilyn Mackrory
Officer
Conservative - Truro and Falmouth
Joined: 16th December 2020
Gary Streeter Portrait
Gary Streeter
Officer
Conservative - South West Devon
Joined: 16th December 2020
Sheryll Murray Portrait
Sheryll Murray
Officer
Conservative - South East Cornwall
Joined: 16th December 2020
Contact Details

Registered Contact:

Selaine Saxby MP, House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA. Tel: 020 7219 5952.

Email: selaine.saxby.mp@parliament.uk

Public Enquiry Point:

Ross Stephen, Invicta Public Affairs, George House, 36 North Handover Street, Glasgow G1 2AD. Tel: 0141 212 7222

Email: ross.stephen@invicta.pa.co.uk

No benefits in kind are on record for the Celtic Sea APPG

No direct financial benefits are on record for the Celtic Sea APPG