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Written Answers — Justice: Legal Aid Scheme (22 Feb 2012)

Jonathan Djanogly: ... 240,000 The Johnson Partnership 240,000 The Johnson Partnership 240,000 The Johnson Partnership 240,000 The Johnson Partnership 240,000 The Johnson Partnership 240,000 Frisby and Co Solicitors 235,000 Opus Law 206,820 Dorians 202,873 Irwin Mitchell LLP 201,156

Written Answers — House of Lords: Insolvency (19 Jan 2012)

Baroness Hayter of Kentish Town: To ask Her Majesty's Government whether they considered the research on pre-packaged insolvency sales carried out by Professor Sandra Frisby in drawing up any new draft rules.

Public Bill Committee: Localism Bill: Clause 130 (8 Mar 2011)

Andrew Stunell: ...for tenants to set alongside the new freedoms that we are giving to landlords. The right hon. Gentleman referred to the Supreme Court judgments—the Pinnock case and the Powell, Hall and Frisby cases—which established that local authority landlords seeking to recover a property to which they have an unqualified right of possession,  which certainly will include expired flexible...

Written Answers — Culture Media and Sport: Sports: Public Participation (1 Jul 2009)

Gerry Sutcliffe: ... Other sports Angling(1) Archery(2) Arm wrestling(1) Baton twirling Biathlon Body boarding(1) Bobsleigh(1) Boccia(1) Boxing Cheerleading Croquet(2) Dragon boat racing(1) Fencing Fives—Eton(1) Frisby/Frisbee(1) Golf/pitch and putt/putting High wire(1) Highland Games(1) Hovering(1) Ice skating Kite surfing/kite boarding(1) Life saving Luge(1) Luge—street(1) Medau(1) Mine exploration(1)...

Eco-Town (Harborough) (29 Jan 2008)

Edward Garnier: ...the Hill, each with populations of between 1,000 and 3,000, as well as some much smaller villages such as Little Stretton, which has a population of about 10, Great Stretton, Burton Overy, Gaulby, Frisby and Stoughton, whose populations vary between the high tens to the mid-hundreds. When I became the MP for Harborough in 1992 the Co-op ran an 800 to 1,000 dairy cow milking unit on the...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Social Inclusion: Social Inclusion (28 Jan 2002)

Margaret Curran: ...Wilson Dunlop South West Community Forum Cllr Robert Jackson (Chair) Inverclyde Council Fred Frisby Argyll & Clyde Health Board Cllr James O'Rourke Inverclyde Council Angus Bowes Algus Engineering,...

Opposition Day: Algrade Trust (16 Jan 1996)

John Home Robertson: children 30 years ago, and they have lived virtually all their lives at the home. Families trusted the Algrade trust, and particularly the resident trustees, Miss Betty Waugh and Mrs. Rosa Frisby, to provide for the welfare of these handicapped young people. But I fear that things went badly wrong. Over a period of years, the local social work authority, Lothian regional council,...

Orders of the Day — Runway Capacity (South-East England): Crime Figures (23 Jul 1990)

David Tredinnick: him for highlighting it. Their have been two serious accidents in Leicestershire which resulted from joy-riding in cars. In April, near Melton, four people were killed in a terrible accident at Frisby—two youngsters in a hotted-up Ford and two adults in a Honda. One youth was due to appear in court but had been released. It is fair to say that very often youths who have committed 20...

Occupational Therapy (28 Jul 1989)

Keith Vaz: ..., and 727 cases were awaiting allocation or assessment. Those are the statistics. They do not tell us about the human misery behind them. For example, I refer to the case of Mrs. Jean Wilson of 3 Frisby road, Leicester, who wrote: I am writing to you in regards to my situation. I am severely disabled…with a serious heart condition winch means I can hardly walk and I cannot climb...

The Arts and the Heritage (14 Jun 1984)

Mr Norman Buchan: the theatres and music that are rejected by this most philistine of Governments. The arts pay. Some Conservative Members might have read an article in Stage and Television Today by Terence Frisby, who wrote "There's a Girl in my Soup", pointing out what happened to a £14,000 grant that he received from the Arts Council to put on a production. Actors are often unemployed for most of the...

Adjournment (Christmas) (14 Dec 1977)

Mr Jonathan Aitken: ...forward the argument that the alleged libels on him angered him so much that he still feels tempted to rush out and commit a breach of the peace. However, the magistrate in the case, Mrs. Audrey Frisby, of Wells Street Court, has taken the astonishing step of writing a letter to the Sunday Times about the cases still pending before her—

Orders of the Day — MR. David Ian Harvey (13 Mar 1975)

Mr Russell Kerr: move on to events at Wells Street magistrates' court where, after a delay of four months or so, my constituent was finally brought to trial on 29th and 30th January this year, before Mrs. A. M. Frisby, a stipendiary magistrate. Here I can hardly do better than quote a passage from a letter sent to me by Mr. Harvey's mother on the morrow of his conviction. She said: One of the charges...

Oral Answers to Questions — Employment: Training of Supervisors (Committee) (17 Apr 1961)

....Mr. M. F. Bird, Ministry of Education.Mr. P. J. Casey, British Employers' Confederation.Mr. R. Duncan, British Employers' Confederation.Mr. C. D. Ellis, Institute of Personnel Management.Dr. C. B. Frisby, Ph. D., National Institute of Industrial Psychology.Mr. J. J. Henderson, Institute of Industrial Supervisors.Mr. A. Moffat, Industrial Welfare Society.Mr. A. M. Morgan, C.M.G., Ministry...

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