Pledge on review of sea service
PRIME Minister David Cameron has assured MPs that changes will only be made to the coastguard service if they would bring improvements.
Proposals are being considered which would leave Aberdeen as Scotland’s only 24-hour manned station.
But, during questions in the House of Commons, Mr Cameron said: “We want to make changes only if they improve the coastguard support that people in fishing communities and elsewhere get.
“If that is not the case, we will obviously have to reconsider the reforms, and that is why they are being reviewed.”