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Written Answers — Department for Communities and Local Government: Local Government Pension Scheme Advisory Board: Public Appointments (17 Nov 2015)

Baroness Williams of Trafford: ...Council representing English local authorities) Councillor Mary Barnett (Torfaen Pension Fund representing Welsh local authorities) Scheme member representatives Jon Richards - UNISON Chris Tansley – UNISON Brian Strutton - GMB Gary Warwick - GMB Fiona Farmer - UNITE Dick Banks - UNITE

Written Answers — Work and Pensions: Members: Correspondence (9 Jun 2011)

Graham Evans: ...for Work and Pensions when the Minister for Employment plans to respond to the letters from the hon. Member for Weaver Vale of 22 June 2010 and 8 March 2011 on behalf of his constituent Mr Mark Tansley.

Education: Lifelong Learning — Question for Short Debate (19 Oct 2010)

Baroness Sharp of Guildford: ...more, take less medicine and manage their own healthcare better than those who do not participate. This in turn reduces both the medical costs of the elderly and the costs of caring for them. At Tansley House care home in Derbyshire, the use of medication fell by more than 50 per cent when learning activities were introduced. This is even more true of mental health, where many of those who...

Council Tax (9 Apr 2003)

Patrick McLoughlin: ...find the relevant papers if I had the time. Why will the people of Matlock get an increase of £1.91 while the people of Chesterfield get extra Government funding of £8.71? Why will the people of Tansley get an increase of £1.91 while the people of Leigh in Amber Valley get an increase of £7.50? Why will the people of Bakewell get an increase of £1.91 while the people of Buxton get an...

Local Government Finance (5 Feb 2003)

Patrick McLoughlin: ...process, he said that the Government intended to try to make the new grant formula system more understandable. Will he help me make it more understandable to my constituents? Why will the people in Tansley, part of the area covered by the Derbyshire Dales council, get an increase of £1.91 a head, when the people a mile away in Lea in Amber Valley borough will get an increase of £7.50 a...

Derbyshire Dales District Council (21 Jan 2003)

Patrick McLoughlin: increase of £7.07 per person? Why will the people of Matlock get an increase of £1.91 while the people in Chesterfield get an increase from Government funding of £8.71? Why will the people of Tansley get an increase of £1.91 while the people of Lea in Amber Valley borough council get an increase from the Government of £7.50 and the people in Ashover in North East Derbyshire...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Special Educational Needs: Special Educational Needs (5 Dec 2002)

Cathy Jamieson: ...of Social Policy, (Disability Studies), Glasgow University Mr Bruce Robertson COSLA (Highland Council) Mr Bill Sadler President, Scottish Support for Learning Association Mr Kevin Tansley Head Teacher, The Royal Blind School, Edinburgh Dr Kay Tisdall Director of Policy and Research, Children in Scotland Ms Janice Walker Scottish Association of...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Special Educational Needs Advisory Forum: Special Educational Needs Advisory Forum (24 May 2000)

Sam Galbraith: ...Mr Bruce Robertson CoSLA Mr Bill Sadler President, Scottish Support for Learning Association Mr Kevin Tansley Head Teacher, The Royal Blind School, Edinburgh Ms Kay Tisdall Children in Scotland Ms...

Transport Safety (20 Oct 1999)

Chris Mullin: officials and Ministers a day or so before publication in August. Lord Macdonald of Tradeston issued a press statement endorsing the actions that the HSE recommended fairly soon after that. The Tansley report was seen by Ministers and officials on the day of the crash. It grieves me to have to make this point about SPADs because I recognise that the issue is more complex than the cold...

Opposition Day: Council Tax (Derbyshire) (16 Jun 1998)

Patrick McLoughlin: ..., or it could go some way towards building a new school in Belper, which is desperately needed. It could be used to fund a study of the Ashbourne bypass or possibly to build a new primary school in Tansley.

Members Sworn (13 May 1997)

...Gray, esquire, North WiltshireWyvill Richard Nicholls Raynsford, esquire, Greenwich and WoolwichAnthony Brian Baldry, esquire, BanburyDr. Evan Harris, Oxford, West and AbingdonClaire Curtis-Tansley, CrosbyGeorge Turner, esquire, North-West NorfolkCynog Glyndwr Dafis, esquire, Ceredigion

Oral Answers to Questions — Coal Industry: Quality (19 Mar 1951)

Mr Philip Noel-Baker: .... Geoffrey Lloyd), who I regret is not now in his place, knows—I apologise, I think that it was another hon. Member who last week put on the Order Paper a Question in which he alleged that a Mrs. Tansley had received 1 cwt. of coal of which 35 lb. was stone and slate. I inquired of the merchant and found that in tipping out that cwt. he had seen no signs of stone or slate, and that in...

Schedule. — (Provisions relating to the constitution, etc., of each of the Cor- porations.) (20 Jan 1948)

Mr Arthur Jones: Yes, and accepted. They are Mr. Tansley, formerly marketing director of the West African Produce Control Board; Sir Miles Thomas, chairman of the Development and Co-ordinating committee of Southern Rhodesia, until recently vice-chairman of Morris Motors Limited; Mr. H. N. Hume, chairman and managing director of Charterhouse Investment Trusts Limited; Mr. H. M. Gibson, who is a director of the...

Oral Answers to Questions — West African Produce Control Board. (24 Jun 1942)

..., Nigeria).Captain C. C. Lilley (lately District Commissioner, Gold Coast).Mr. G. B. Spry (Messrs. Frank Fehr and Company).Mr. H. B. Balmforth (Co-operative Whole-sale Society).Mr. E. C. Tansley (Marketing Director).

Oral Answers to Questions — Naval and Military Pensions and Grants.: Disability Pensions. (17 Jan 1924)

Captain Reginald Berkeley: 3. asked the Minister of Pensions whether he is aware that Sergeant Tansley, of 10, Little John Street, Nottingham, has made two applications to the regional director, Birmingham, in respect of a disability arising from neuritis, namely on 19th November, 1923, and 20th December, 1923; that no reply has been vouchsafed to either of these letters; that Sergeant Tansley recently appealed under...

Orders of the Day — Electricity (Supply) Acts. (1 Aug 1923)

...urban districts of Matlock, Matlock Bath, and Scarthin Nick, North Darley, and Wirksworth, the parish of Middleton by Wirksworth, in the rural district of Ashbourne, the parishes of Cromford and Tansley, in the rural district of Bakewell, and the parishes of Alderwasley, Crick, Dethick, Lea and Holloway, Pentrich, and South Wingfield, in the rural district of Belper, all in the County of...

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