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Maritime 2050: objectives, implementation and effects

Inquiry

The Department for Transport leads on maritime policy in government. Maritime includes the shipping, ports, services, engineering and leisure marine industries. Government strategy to support the maritime sector is set out in Maritime 2050: Navigating the future published in January 2019.

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This inquiry is no longer accepting evidence

The deadline for submissions was Friday 25 March 2022.

Reports, special reports and government responses

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Fifth Report - Maritime 2050
Inquiry Maritime 2050: objectives, implementation and effects
HC 160
Report
Response to this report
Fifth Special Report - Maritime 2050: Government Response to the Committee’s Fifth Report
HC 1420
Special Report
Fifth Special Report - Maritime 2050: Government Response to the Committee’s Fifth Report
Inquiry Maritime 2050: objectives, implementation and effects
HC 1420
Special Report

Oral evidence transcripts

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22 June 2022
Inquiry Maritime 2050: objectives, implementation and effects
Witnesses Department for Transport, Department for Transport, and Maritime and Coastguard Agency
Oral Evidence
22 June 2022
Inquiry Maritime 2050: objectives, implementation and effects
Witnesses Maritime UK
Oral Evidence
25 May 2022
Inquiry Maritime 2050: objectives, implementation and effects
Witnesses Nautilus International, National Union of Rail, Maritime & Transport Workers (RMT), and Maritime Skills Alliance
Oral Evidence
British Ports Association (MAR0031)
Maritime UK (MAR0030)
Warsash Maritime School (MAR0029)

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