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Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members’ Business: Landlord Registration (19 Jan 2010)

Martina Anderson: ...and it is envisaged that such a register would be run by an independent organisation. I think that that would be welcomed by all. In addition, landlords would be required to register for a nominal fee to cover administration costs. It is also anticipated that such a register would be web-based and would require minimal information, such as landlords’ names and addresses and the addresses...

Bill Presented: Preparing Britain's Economy for the Future (18 Jun 2009)

Vincent Cable: ...economy, about which the Minister spoke; the budget deficit, on which the hon. Member for Banbury (Tony Baldry) focused; and the state of bank lending, on which the hon. Members for Blaydon (Mr. Anderson) and for Bournemouth, East (Mr. Ellwood) touched in different ways. The Minister is right to say that the mood on the economy has changed, certainly compared with three months ago. We are...

Written Answers — Northern Ireland: Inquiries (12 Jan 2009)

Shaun Woodward: ...funding protocol, witnesses to the inquiry are also entitled to legal advice at the inquiry's expense and the following of firms have represented witnesses: Legal firm Period of engagement Anderson Kill and Ohck PC Mar 2007 to July 2007 Bindman and Partners June 2006 to date MSC Daly Solicitors August 2008 to date Conor Downey and Co, Solicitors August 2008 to date ...

Isle of Wight Council (4 Nov 2008)

Andrew Turner: It is a great pleasure to serve under your chairmanship today, Mrs. Anderson. The case that I want to highlight is the Standards Board for England investigation of six councillors on the Isle of Wight, which, so far, has taken more than a year, and there is no end yet in sight. In September 2007, allegations were referred to the board. It was claimed that a number of island councillors fell...

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...

Written Answers — Home Department: Vetting (8 Oct 2008)

David Anderson: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department whether employees of local authorities will be responsible for paying the fee for Independent Safeguarding Authority clearance.

Families: Economic Inequality (25 Apr 2008)

Baroness Sharp of Guildford: ...as normal. I agree with him that it is most unfortunate that by introducing student loans, we are encouraging people to feel that unsecured debts do not matter. Even at present levels of student fees, the average debt with which a student leaves university is over £20,000. We expect them to repay those debts. They take primacy over all other repayments at a rate of 9 per cent on top of...

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.

Amendment of the Law: Budget Resolutions and Economic Situation (18 Mar 2008)

David Anderson: Several hon. Members have spoken about the technicalities of the Budget, but I want to talk about the impact it will have on people and how we can address some of the problems facing those who will feel the impact of the decisions that will be made by the House tonight. I welcome some aspects of the Budget. First and foremost, as a former apprentice mechanic, I was pleased to hear that we...

British Overseas Territories (5 Mar 2008)

Lord Anderson of Swansea: ...case for the uprating of UK state pensions in overseas territories. After all, they are sovereign British territories. The point has surely been recognised by the Government in respect of tuition fees for students from overseas territories. There is concern about the Department of Health's questioning of the current quota system for secondary healthcare. Finally, I have two points from the...

Written Answers — Health: Commission for Social Care Inspection: Surveys (7 Jan 2008)

David Anderson: ...Commission for Social Care Inspection's payroll budget was spent on agency staff in the last 12 months; and what proportion of the Commission's spending on agency staff was accounted for by agency fees.

Northern Ireland Assembly: Committee Business: Student Fees (Amounts) (Amendment) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2007:  Prayer of Annulment (10 Dec 2007)

Sue Ramsey: ...is going downhill; I might not get a present. The Minister is right that the outcome of the review is being pre-empted by the proposal before the House. I believe that increasing student fees — regardless of whether it is in line with inflation — is pre-empting the outcome of the review. The debate has shown that the quicker that review gets under way, the better, but I am disappointed...

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

Janet Anderson: To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport how his Department plans to discharge its commitment to review the premises licence fees charged by local authorities under the Gambling Act 2005; and if he will make a statement.

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.

Written Answers — Northern Ireland: Departments: Consultants (4 Jun 2007)

Peter Hain: ...undertaking work Purpose of commission Cost of commission (£) Grafton Recruitment Agency State Pathologist Department, medical personal secretary vacancy 10.97 hourly rate plus agency fee Tim Lewis Recruitment Development of electronic authorisation and knowledge maps 10,000 estimated cost for 2007-08 Provision of causeway Team Leader Not available, staff...

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.

NHS and the Private Sector (7 Mar 2007)

David Taylor: ...'s overspend. I do not know whether the following provision was worked into all the early PFI contracts, but if the bed occupancy goes above 90 per cent., which it regularly does, there is an extra fee to pay. Over the past few days, I have seen newspaper reports that new borrowing regimes are coming in for trusts from 1 April. The trust in Plymouth has decided to abandon its plans for a...

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

Professor Ross Anderson: There are already significant complaints from our foreign students about the huge escalation in visa fees in recent years. Where the students have to pay them, that becomes a disincentive for them to come and study with us. Where we have to pay, because we are employing the student as a research associate, for example, that cost comes out of the research grants that...

Written Answers — Health: Departmental Commercial Director (9 Jan 2007)

Ivan Lewis: All civil servants must obtain Government approval before taking any form of full, part-time or fee-paid employment in the United Kingdom, or overseas in a public or private company or in the service of a foreign government or its agencies. This rule also applies to former civil servants within two years of leaving Crown employment. Under the rules on the acceptance of outside appointments by...

Television Licence Agents (11 Jul 2006)

Mark Todd: ...but only to play videotapes or DVDs, not to receive broadcast material. A TV licence is payable if a set is owned and used to receive broadcasts. The Government decide the proportion of the licence fee that goes to the BBC, which receives the fee in its entirety, as far as I know. For that reason, the BBC has recently been left to collect the licence fee, although the rate of the fee and...


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