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Public Bill Committee: UK Borders Bill (1 Mar 2007)

Professor Ross Anderson: Well, in a number of cases students manage to get scholarships for their fees. We have endowment funds in the hundreds of millions, which pay fees and modest subsistence for thousands of students. In the case of a student who is on a Gates scholarship, for example, or a Cambridge Overseas Trust scholarship, matters such as visa fees fall directly on their own pocket.

Oral Answers to Questions — Air-Raid Precautions. (30 Mar 1939)

Sir John Anderson: I am not quite clear what my hon. Friend has in mind. If he is referring to the fees paid to instructors, members of the brigade or society who are qualified as instructors should receive the same fee as any other instructor similarly qualified.

Prayers: Parliament and Politics (BBC Coverage) (21 Oct 1998)

Janet Anderson: The hon. Gentleman will know that it is our intention to set up a panel next year to review the BBC licence fee. We have made it plain in correspondence with hon. Members from all parties that that review will include a detailed consideration of the current arrangements for licence fee concessions.

Written Answers — Culture Media and Sport: Gambling: Fees and Charges (15 May 2007)

Janet Anderson: To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport what level of (a) local authority licensing fees and (b) Gambling Commission fees have been set by her Department, under the Gambling Act.

Written Answers — Culture Media and Sport: Gambling: Licensing (5 Jul 2007)

Janet Anderson: To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport what his Department's estimate is of the average premises licence fee charged by local authorities under the Gambling Act 2005; and what the maximum fee level is.

Northern Ireland Assembly: Department for Employment and Learning: Adults in Further Education (21 Apr 2008)

Martina Anderson: Go raibh maith agat, a Cheann Comhairle. I ask the Minister to give his assessment of tuition fees at Magee College in Derry and of its ability to attract further education students from its natural catchment area of Donegal, where no fees are payable.

Northern Ireland Assembly: Committee Business: Prayer of Annulment S.R. 2012/203 (26 Jun 2012)

Sydney Anderson: I thank the Member for giving way. He talks about supporting the prayer of annulment, saying that he does not want additional on-street parking fees, but is he in support of additional car-parking fees that were not previously charged? They are now being introduced by the Minister. That is happening in my own town in my constituency. Both are additional charges, so what is the difference...

Prayers: Tuition Fees and Student Loans (20 Oct 1989)

Graham Allen: It is appropriate that on this day I should present a petition from my constituents of Nottingham, North, and from the Bilborough college, which is headed by the names of Tom Anderson and Lucy Dilheart, against the imposition of any student loans and tuition fees. This petition comes from the city that has already had to suffer a city technical college absorbing money from the education...

Justice: Topical Questions (14 Jul 2020)

Fleur Anderson: The new Civil Legal Aid (Remuneration) (Amendment) (Coronavirus) Regulations 2020, which came into force on 8 June, set a standard fixed fee that will make legally aided complex asylum and immigration work financially unviable. Will the Secretary of State commit urgently to assessing the impact of that fixed fee and to funding a system that pays a fair wage to legal aid lawyers, to ensure...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Scottish Government: Scottish Government (4 Nov 2008)

Kenny MacAskill: The undernoted firms provided legal advice to the Scottish ministers between April 2007 and March 2008. The total cost of that advice was £1,899,411.18. This figure includes fees charged by firms whose total fees during that period amounted to less than £1,000 (not listed), as well as VAT and outlays. The undernoted advocates provided legal advice to the Scottish ministers during the same...

Oral Answers to Questions — National Finance: Scottish Universities (Fees) (9 May 1944)

Sir John Anderson: I am aware of the decision of the Scottish Universities to increase certain university fees. This is not a matter in which I have any jurisdiction or on which I should expect to be consulted in advance, but I may say that even at the higher levels the fees at the Scottish universities will, in general, be lower than those charged by universities in England. With regard to the last part of the...

Scottish Parliament: Higher Education Funding (30 May 2013)

Alex Salmond: ...to the debate. In that light, I am sure that Ms Smith will have noticed this morning’s contribution from Universities Scotland. Universities Scotland has published legal advice from solicitors Anderson Strathern on university fees post-independence, which explains why, under European Union law, it could be permissible to continue to charge students from the rest of the United Kingdom...

Television Licence Fees (28 Mar 2000)

Janet Anderson: I hope to deal with that, if the hon. Gentleman will be patient. The second source of additional funding proposed by the review panel is the licence fee. The two alternatives identified in the Davies report were, first, a digital licence fee supplement set at £24 and payable only by digital services viewers, which would decline over a number of years to converge with the standard licence...

[Mr Dai Havard in the Chair] — Nurses and Midwives: Fees (23 Mar 2015)

David Anderson: I beg to move, That this House has considered the e-petition relating to proposed increase in fees for nurses and midwives. It is a great privilege to serve under your chairmanship today, Mr Havard. I thank hon. Members for coming to this serious debate, and I thank my colleagues on the Backbench Business Committee for agreeing to it. I also thank the various trade unions and representative...

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Aviation: B.E.A. (Scottish Services) (19 Nov 1962)

Miss Betty Harvie Anderson: Will my right hon. Friend consider whether first-class flights with an inclusive fee for drink and food are economic on a one-hour journey and whether there is any evidence to show that the additional£3 has attracted passengers other than those travelling on expense accounts who would be travelling anyway?

Oral Answers to Questions — Culture, Media and Sport: Television Coverage (Sports) (14 Dec 1998)

Janet Anderson: The hon. Lady will know that we have announced a review of the licence fee. As part of that review, detailed consideration will be given to the current concessionary scheme, which we have acknowledged to be unfair and unsatisfactory.

Oral Answers to Questions — Culture, Media and Sport: Concessionary Television Licences (1 Feb 1999)

Janet Anderson: The terms of reference for the review panel currently considering the future of the BBC licence fee after 2002 include consideration of the current structure of the concessionary licence scheme and whether a suitable alternative structure could be available.

Oral Answers to Questions — Culture, Media and Sport: Concessionary Television Licences (10 Jul 2000)

Janet Anderson: ...concessionary scheme was examined last year by the Davies panel which concluded that, despite its obvious drawbacks, it should be retained since no superior alternative, funded through the licence fee, could be found. We decided to accept the panel's recommendation that the scheme should be retained and have no plans for a further review.

Oral Answers to Questions — Advocate — General: Devolution (6 Mar 2001)

.... They are Brown, the drink-driving case; Montgomery, the pre-trial publicity case; McIntosh, the case relating to the confiscation of criminal assets; McLean, the case involving fixed legal aid fees; Anderson, the mental health case; the temporary sheriffs case; and the district court challenges.

Public Bill Committee: Identity Cards Bill: Clause 8 - Issue etc. of ID cards (20 Jan 2005)

Janet Anderson: With this it will be convenient to discuss amendment No. 186, in clause 37, page 31, line 24, at end insert— ''but no fee shall be imposed for a card issued in consequence of an order by the Secretary of State for compulsory registration.''.


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