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Education (Student Unions' Funds) (20 Oct 1971)

Mr William Van Straubenzee: ...any jurisdiction. A student's award is calculated by taking into account, on the one hand, his requirements and, on the other hand, his resources. His requirements include the payment of various fees and subscriptions, and include the subscription to a student union or similar body. It therefore follows that in every case covered by the relevant provision of the regulations the union...

Adult Residential Colleges (19 Dec 1969)

Mr James Boyden: ...probe very deeply. The same position applies, to a lesser degree at Ruskin College and Fircroft College. Ruskin College overcame the difficulty in 1969 by using its private resources and waiving fees for some students, but I remind my hon. Friend that adult colleges are in a far worse position than any other institutions of higher education. The Robbins Committee recommended that the...

Orders of the Day — Education (Scotland) Bill: Functions of Education Authorities (7 May 1969)

Miss Betty Harvie Anderson: ...that this has been going on. We are discussing a Government Amendment which emanates from the same Government that set up the Royal Commission on Local Government and which proposes to abolish fee paying in certain schools by 1st August, 1970, in the full knowledge that by that time completely new boundaries will have been drawn for Scotland. 5.0 p.m. It is possible that, as the...

Orders of the Day — Queens Speech: Debate on the Address (1 Nov 1968)

Miss Betty Harvie Anderson: ...contained. Those of us who know Scotland recognise clearly what is likely to come from this phrase. We see an ancient heritage likely to fall before legislation which will probably refer to our fee-paying schools. I am, therefore, the more amazed to see that this debate should take place today with no Scottish Minister present. When I think of the number of occasions in the previous...

Student Grants (25 Apr 1968)

Sir Edward Boyle: ...we are expecting from Professor A. J. Brown and his Committee appears, it looks as though the Secretary of State will award about an extra £25 for London students, yet my information is that hall fees alone will rise by about £39. We should remember exactly what the problem facing students will be when they have these increased grants, which will be very considerably less than the...

Orders of the Day — COMPANIES BILL [Lords]: New Clause No. 8. — (Shares with Limited Voting Rights.) (19 Jul 1967)

... Allaun, Frank (Sallord, E.) Darling, Rt. Hn. George Hart, Mrs. Judith Alldritt, Walter Davies, Dr. Ernest (Stretford) Haseldine, Norman Allen, Scholefield Davies, S. O. (Merthyr) Hazell, Bert Anderson, Donald Dell, Edmund Heifer, Eric S. Archer, Peter Dempsey, James Herbison, Rt. Hn. Margaret Armstrong, Ernest Dickens, James Hooley, Frank Atkins, Ronald (Preston, N.) Doig, Peter...

Care of the Elderly (11 Jul 1967)

Mr Alf Morris: ...to take an interest in arts and crafts became very good at some art or some craft as a direct result of these pre-retirement courses. I know that many private employers also help by paying fees for their elderly employees' attendance at educational courses and in phasing retirement from work. Thirdly, the local education authorities as well as the universities, are making an important...

Orders of the Day — Scientology (6 Mar 1967)

Mr Peter Hordern: ...a student scientologist at Saint Hill Manor, East Grinstead. He persuaded her to apply for a job at that establishment, but she was not accepted until April or May, 1966, when she was accepted as a fee-paying student, during the evenings, and took lodgings in East Grinstead. Towards the end of June, Mrs. Henslow received a letter from her daughter which said that she found her mother …...

Orders of the Day — Retirement from Work (Training) (2 Mar 1966)

Mr Alf Morris: .... Moreover, keeping people happly in their own homes certainly would save some of the public resources now devoted to medical care. There was an excellent paper give by Professor W. Ferguson Anderson, Cargill Professor of Geriatric Medicine in the University of Glasgow. Professor Ferguson Anderson was in fact the first professor of geriatrics in the world. He was speaking only on Thursday...

Orders of the Day — FINANCE (No. 2) BILL: Clause 16 — (Amendments of Case Vii of Schedule D.) (24 May 1965)

Mr Terence Higgins: ...to support what my hon. Friend the Member for Wycombe (Mr. John Hall) said. May I begin by saying what a pleasure it is to follow in debate my hon. Friend the Member for Renfrew, East (Miss Harvie Anderson), who is a constituent of mine. The principle involved in this short-term capital gains tax is quite clear. The intention is to tax the short run appreciation of assets which are...

Orders of the Day — Scotland (Education) (2 Jul 1964)

Mr Colin Thornton-Kemsley: ...period this year £44·9 million was being devoted to school buildings. That is a good thing, and I recall, among other of my hon. Friends, my hon. Friend the Member for Renfrew, East (Miss Harvie Anderson) reminding hon. Members in a debate we had on this subject a year ago that about half our children in Scotland are now studying in virtually new schools. However, during the next 20...

Orders of the Day — Education (27 Jan 1964)

Mr Richard Crossman: ...Committee Report and, within 24 hours, its crash programme was accepted. In order to point this contrast I point out to the Minister for Science another Committee—which I did not mention—the Anderson Committee, of 1960. It was concerned with the means test for student's grants. An interesting facet of the attitude of this Government to life is its attitude to the amount of money found...

Education (Grants to Students) (27 Nov 1962)

Dr Horace King: ..., in every aspect, as one looks at the scales, the provision made for the second child at university and all the rest, one finds that they mark a real improvement and move towards the spirit of Anderson. Let us remember, nevertheless, that, even if the full cost of a child's university education is met by the State, the university scholar does make a sacrifice. After a long time in...

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?

Orders of the Day — Education Bill: Clause 1. — (Local Education Authority Awards for First Degree Uni Versity Courses and Comparable Courses in United Kingdom.) (21 Feb 1962)

Dr Horace King: ....—into Clause 1, the obligatory Clause. It seeks to get from the Minister, if not complete subvention, at any rate, 100 per cent. subvention on the factors that have emerged as a result of the Anderson Committee.

Orders of the Day — Education Bill (13 Nov 1961)

Mr David Eccles: ...certain how he can qualify for an award and how the amount of the award will be calculated. He will have a certainty which he has not had before. I now come to the means test. The majority of the Anderson Committee recommended its abolition for reasons which, in principle, I find convincing. The minority asked us to relax the criteria, but to retain the test. The Committee divided about...

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill: New Clause. — (Relief in Respect of Incapacitated Husband.) (21 Jun 1961)

...Sharples, Richard Curran, Charles Lambton, Viscount Shaw, M. Dance, James Lancaster, Col. C. G. Simon, Rt. Hon. Sir Jocelyn D'Avigdor-Goldsmid, Sir Henry Langford-Holt, J. Skeet, T. H. H. de Fee-anti, Basil Leather, E. H. C. Smith, Dudley (Br'ntf'd & Chiswick) Digby, Simon Wingfield Leavey, J. A. Smithers, Peter Donaldson, Cmdr. C. E. M. Legge-Bourke, Sir Harry Spearman, Sir...

Orders of the Day — Education (7 Nov 1960)

Mrs Eirene White: ...to this problem by issuing a circular last June in which he said that if employers could be persuaded, if they had no room for apprentices themselves, to pay a full year's wages as well as fees for a young man who never came into their works during all that time, the local education authority might be permitted to arrange courses for him. It is clear—one has only to look at paragraph 509...

Education (Report of the Central Advisory Council) (21 Mar 1960)

Miss Betty Harvie Anderson: ...alike. So many are already receiving assistance that I believe the cost would be less than it might seem to my right hon. Friend at this moment. I believe that in Scotland, if one were to take fees alone, the cost would be less than £1 million. If one were to include the maintenance grant, it would perhaps be a figure of about four times that amount. I would not venture to suggest to the...

Orders of the Day — Roads (15 Feb 1954)

Mr Edward Short: ...that a prima facie case had been made out for a tunnel between Jarrow and Howden. He agreed there and then to pay 75 per cent. of the costs of the consulting engineers, and Messrs. Mott, Hay and Anderson were appointed to investigate the project. They are still active today, as the Minister knows. In 1943, the then Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of War Transport met local...


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