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Oral Answers to Questions — City of London Courts (Fees). (16 Feb 1927)

Sir Douglas Hogg: The fees received in the year ending 31st March, 1926, were £34,534 7s. 7d., which, with other items of revenue, made a total revenue of £35,103 19s. 9d. The expenses were £28,477 15s. 5d.

Oral Answers to Questions — Government Departments.: Printing, Paper, and Stationery (Expenditure). (8 Apr 1930)

Latest Available Year. Law Officer. Salary. Fees. Total. Attorney-General. £ £ s d £ s d. 1st April, 1928, Sir Douglas Hogg … … — 2,473 5 10 2,473 5 10 to Sir Thomas Inskip … … 7,000 7,854 2 4 14,854 2 4 31st March, 1929. Solicitor-General. Sir Thomas Inskip … … — 1,773 13 0 1,773 13 0 Sir F. B. Merriman … … 6,000 6,466 18 6 12,466 18 6

Oral Answers to Questions — Constitutional Affairs: Barristers (Strike Action) (18 Oct 2005)

Douglas Hogg: ...understand that, although many of us do not support the strike, many members of the junior Bar are paid no more than £46 a day for going into court? Will she take account of their expenses? The fee is derisory and the matter should be addressed with all possible speed.

Oral Answers to Questions — Health: Dentistry (18 Apr 2006)

Douglas Hogg: ..., and that there are 115,000 individuals who do not have access to a dentist? Given that, will she reconsider her rejection of my previous proposal that her Department should pay private dental fees, subject to a cap, where no NHS dentist is available?

Protection of Animals (Amendment) Bill: Offences Relating to Animal Fights (22 Apr 1988)

Douglas Hogg: It is impossible to establish a licensing system without bureaucracy, tests, criteria, people to administer the system, and the payment of fees. Before long there would be a statutory consultative committee, a class 1 certificate, a class 2 certificate and so forth. I understand the hon. Gentleman's point but I recoil from it, having spent many days in the Standing Committee on the Firearms...

Vehicle Excise Duty (Allegations) (10 Feb 1969)

Mr Quintin Hogg: ...was that the gentleman concerned was not only a Member of this House but was being criticised for his performance in this Chamber in speaking without disclosing an interest and having received a fee for his advocacy in this Chamber, and that that was why a Select Committee was chosen as the appropriate vehicle?

Oral Answers to Questions — Agriculture.: Default Summonses (Service Fees). (14 Mar 1923)

Sir Douglas Hogg: ..., be served by himself, or by some clerk or servant in his permanent and exclusive employment, or by his solicitor. or by an officer of the Court. If the Court serves the summons an inclusive fee of 1s. for each person served is charged. If a solicitor is employed he is entitled to charge an inclusive fee of 3s. if the amount is between £2 and £5, or 5s. if the amount is between £5 and...

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade Amd Commerce.: Reparations and International Debts. (29 Jul 1932)

Name. Solicitor-General. Attorney-General. Total Fees. From To. From. To. £ s. d. Sir F. E. Smith … … — — 1.4.18 14.1.19 8,482 10 8 Sir Gordon Hewart … … 1.4.18 14.1.19 15.1.19 7.3.22 85,164 14 3 Sir K. M. Pollock … … 15.1.19 7.3.22 8.3.22 25.10.22 45,196 9 7 Sir Leslie Scott … … 8.3.22 31.10.22 — — 4,595 4 0 Sir D. McG. Hogg … … — —...

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill: New Clause. — (Additional allowance for school tuition or university fees.) (15 Jun 1944)

...Section he is entitled to the allowances provided in respect of any children as aforesaid there shall be allowed in addition to any such allowances the amount of any school tuition or university fees actually paid, by him in respect of the said children, provided that such sum in any event does not exceed two hundred pounds in respect of each child during any one year."—[Mr. Hogg.]

Firearms (Amendment) Bill [Money] (21 Jan 1988)

Douglas Hogg: ...approach to the debate. As for the hon. Gentleman's question, the answer is fairly well summarised in the explanatory memorandum. He raised the point about the working party and firearms fees. It is perfectly true that it is intended that the cost of implementing the scheme shall be largely recoverable. We intend to discuss the level of the fees with the shooting interests. Before...

Scottish Parliament: Programme for Government 2013-14 (4 Sep 2013)

Mary Fee: ...that “even with recent additional cash injections Scotland simply isn’t building enough new homes” and that the Scottish Government could use its budget to make housing a priority. Philip Hogg from Homes for Scotland said that the 25 per cent reductions “reinforce the fact that Scotland is mired in a housing crisis.”

Orders of the Day — Finance (No. 2) Bill: Charitable Dispositions for Periods Which Cannot Exceed Three Years (3 Jun 1980)

Douglas Hogg: ..., I must tell him that I disagree considerably with what he has said to the Committee tonight. Perhaps I should declare an interest. It will not surprise any hon. Member to know that I went to a fee-paying school or that I intend to send my children to a fee-paying school. If that be an interest, I declare it. I think that the amendment proposed by the right hon. Gentleman is...

Oral Answers to Questions — Communities and Local Government: Rural Payments Agency (7 Nov 2006)

Nigel Evans: ...punches that British farming can take before it is completely knocked out of business. I was delighted that he told my right hon. and learned Friend the Member for Sleaford and North Hykeham (Mr. Hogg) that he will consider interest payments for those farmers who get themselves further into financial difficulties, through no fault of their own, because they have not been given full...

Wireless Telegraphy (Television Licence Fees) (Amendment) Regulations 2000 (29 Mar 2000)

Baroness Hogg: ...not trained towards her. A candid friend--and I stress the word "candid"--is exactly what the BBC needs. I commend the Government on providing the BBC with security of funding in the licence fee settlement for a sufficient period of time to enable it to evolve something that presents extreme difficulty; namely, a strategy for public service broadcasting of the quality that Britain has come...

Orders of the Day — Medical Termination of Pregnancy Bill: New Clause 2. — (Duration.) (2 Jun 1967)

Bernard Braine: ... measure these will not be carried out in National Health Service hospitals, because the physical resources do not exist, it follows that they will take place in the private sector in return for fees. That is the logic of the Bill which its sponsors and the Minister of Health have failed to bring out, except by default. My right hon. and learned Friend the Member for St. Marylebone (Mr....

Business Schools (Manchester and London Universities) (11 May 1964)

Mr Quintin Hogg: ...of advanced technology as well as the universities. I think that the Working Party believes that full-time staff should have considerable latitude to supplement their academic income with outside fees and that a substantial part of the teaching should be carried on on a part-time basis by persons holding positions in industry and commerce. Although I think that this is, perhaps, not...

Orders of the Day — SOLICITORS BILL [Lords.] (7 Jul 1922)

Mr James Hogge: ...the mill myself. Many years ago I could have been a member of one of these professions, so far as educational tests were concerned, if my father had been able to put down the money to pay the fees of the society which otherwise keeps people out of the profession. The English Bar, the Scottish Bar, the solicitors' profession—all erect a money barrier, and in spite of the fact that a boy...

Orders of the Day — Firearms (Amendment) Bill (21 Jan 1988)

Douglas Hogg: In answer to the hon. Gentleman's first question, the provisions on visitors' licences are clearly set out in the Bill, and I recommend that he read it. On the question of licence fees, we intend that the shooting interests should be fully consulted, and that they should play a part in a working party. However, we anticipate that the costs incurred in the licensing regime will be recoverable....

Orders of the Day — Political Parties (Accounts) (15 Dec 1949)

Mr Quintin Hogg: ...funds of a very considerable order, but very few of these appear in the political accounts of the Labour Party or even in the political* accounts of the Co-operative Party. As I see it, affiliation fees amount to about £18,630, but they represent only a very small proportion of the political expenditure in favour of the Labour Party by the Co-operative Movement. No proportion whatever of...

Orders of the Day — Industrial Crisis.: Home Secretary's Statement. (5 May 1926)

Sir Douglas Hogg: ...the Mover and Seconder have brought the Amendment forward under some little misapprehension. They have said that they desired to move this Amendment because the powers to be granted would cause ill-feeling, would create hostility in the streets, and would make people feel that others were licensed to carry on the work of legitimate drivers. They said, further, that it would deprive the...

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