All 8 results for "sutton report"

Written Answers — Department for Education: Universities: Admissions (9 Sep 2019)

Gavin Williamson: ...institutions, to make further progress in ensuring that disadvantaged and underrepresented students can access, participate and succeed in HE. The department will consider the implications of the Sutton Report on University Aspirations on access and participation policy in due course.

Oral Answers to Questions — Culture, Media and Sport: Northern Powerhouse: Arts Funding (3 Mar 2016)

Chi Onwurah: ...know that the regions were already losing out on arts funding by a ratio of 14:1 before the Chancellor chose to chop billions from northern local authorities struggling to maintain arts for all. The Sutton report last week said that the arts are becoming less and less accessible. Does the Minister agree that the arts are far too important to our culture and our identity to be left in the...

Social Care (10 May 2007)

Viscount Tenby: ...—are relatively thick on the ground and come in all shapes and sizes. They are financed, not through social services, but via primary care trusts, for the most part. For example, according to the Sutton report, Orchard Hill Hospital has some 95 residents. Incidentally, anyone wanting to see how inadequate and unjoined-up our administration has been for those with learning and physical...

Education and Inspections Bill (18 Jul 2006)

Lord Dearing: ...block of the policy of the Government and the Conservative Party. That was a major element in the report. The noble Baroness, Lady Sharp, or the noble Baroness, Lady Walmsley, referred to the Sutton report. The Sutton report stated that the top schools were all characterised, whether they were faith schools or not, by a low proportion of people having free school meals. It is true that the...

Written Answers — Home Department: Asylum and Immigration (4 Jul 2005)

John Randall: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department how many immigration cases that were suspended following the Sutton Report have not yet been processed.

Accession (Immigration and Worker Registration) Regulations 2004 (23 Apr 2004)

Baroness Scotland of Asthal: ...he had not clearly demonstrated that he was self-supporting or self-sufficient we could use the 1971 rules to do it. I think that the last issue raised by the noble Lord, Lord Avebury, was about the Sutton report. I do not detract from the importance of these issues. Whether there will be a debate on them will be a matter for the usual channels. I would not like to minimise the gravity of...

Immigration Entry Clearance Standards (30 Mar 2004)

Peter Lilley: ...service. The reason why we have such backlogs that constantly have to be dealt with by accelerated procedures is that there is a growing number of applications—about 500,000 according to the Sutton report. The reason why there are so many applications is that the Government have made it easy and speedy to get into the country, unlike the position in most other countries. Consequently,...

Oral Answers to Questions — Engagements (7 Jun 2000)

Tony Blair: It is extraordinary that the Conservatives should want to tolerate such a situation. May I give another fact from the Sutton report? Some 65 per cent. of those getting three A grades at A-level are from state schools , but they make up only 53 per cent. of the intake at the top universities. I should have thought that it was sensible to say that we all have a responsibility: the schools to...

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