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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...

[Sir John Butterfill in the Chair] — Analogue Switch-off (6 Jul 2006)

Janet Anderson: Is the hon. Gentleman aware that the BBC is perfectly happy with the suggestion that that help should be funded out of the licence fee?

Written Answers — Northern Ireland: Consultancy Fees (7 Jun 2006)

Peter Hain: ...Schemes 27,139.38 AV Browne Development and production of Theft from Vehicles campaign 2 48,268.00 AV Browne Amend voice over for Theft from Vehicles radio advertisement. 659.70 Anderson Spratt Group Amendment to Unknown Caller TV advertisement. 2,437.00 Anderson Spratt Group Executive services for work on Unknown Caller TV advertisement. 425.00 AV Browne Amendment...

Gowers Review (17 May 2006)

Hugo Swire: I am most grateful to you, Mrs. Anderson, and to the hon. Member for Bath (Mr. Foster), for allowing me to contribute briefly to the debate, and to the Minister for agreeing to that. We all agree that sound copyright is important for all media, new and old, and we welcome the Gowers inquiry. Increasingly, we operate in a world where the vital business ingredient is intellectual property, so...

Written Answers — Solicitor-General: Barristers (19 Dec 2005)

Mike O'Brien: ...the Crown and the amounts paid are: Counsel Amount paid in last financial year including VAT (£) Philip Sales 619,633.76 David Ewart 347,578.46 Jonathan Crow 287,883.78 Julie Anderson 242,518.46 Nicholas Moss 226,758.28 Jennifer Richards 199,459.75 Leigh-Ann Mulcahy 185,270.28 Lisa Giovannetti 184,739.87 David Barr 182,048.38 Robin Tam...

Written Answers — Constitutional Affairs: Barristers (19 Dec 2005)

Mike O'Brien: ...year including VAT(108) Philip Sales 619,633.76 Ian Burnett QC 327,595.20 Christopher Wilson 304,891.85 Jonathan Crow 287,883.78 Christopher Lewsley 237,255.76 Julie Anderson 227,810.61 Stuart Catchpole QC 201,160.08 Jennifer Richards 199,459.80 Monica Carss-Frisk 195,116.02 Leigh- Ann Mulcahy 182,478.63 (108)The figures include payment for...

Scottish Parliament: Firefighters (Remote and Rural Areas) (29 Sep 2005)

David Davidson: ...rural Scotland would be deprived of emergency fire and rescue cover. Those firefighters commit themselves to be on call day and night for more than 100 hours a week, and they do it for a retention fee of about £2,500 a year, plus pay for the hours that they actually attend and work. In Scotland, there are 182 retained fire stations alongside the 75 whole-time and 132 volunteer stations....

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.''.

Written Answers — Trade and Industry: Public Bodies (11 Jan 2005)

Gerry Sutcliffe: ...consists of persons nominated by the representative bodies listed. The Broadband Stakeholder Group is a focus group with unpaid open membership. Ethnic Minority Business Forum members receive a fee of £4,800 per annum and expenses. Members of all other bodies are unpaid but may claim expenses. None of these bodies employ staff. DTI staff provides secretariat/support services for each body...

Higher Education Bill (25 May 2004)

Baroness Ashton of Upholland: ...requirements for the UK, and are on a designated course, they are eligible for a full student support package including maintenance. This is a consequence, as the noble Lord will know, of the 1958 Anderson report, which gave the foundation enshrined in three principles. First, a student should be ordinarily resident. Secondly, they should not have been ordinarily resident solely for the...

Written Answers — Home Department: Employment Agencies (17 May 2004)

Fiona Mactaggart: ...for temporary staff are at Directorate level in the Core Home Office and the relevant supplier then used in each financial year are in the table. Accountancy Personnel Adecco Allegis Group Anderson Sign Language Ann Pettengell Gold Helm Ltd. Badenoch & Clark Brook Street (UK) Ltd. Cameron Kennedy Resources Ltd. Capita Business Services Ltd. Carlisle Facilities Servs Ltd. Carlisle Group...

International Affairs (27 Nov 2003)

Mr Donald Anderson: ...vulnerable, whether from domestic violence or from the danger of losing all or part of the pensions to which they have contributed. With some doubts, I shall even support the Government on top-up fees. Surely we all agree that we need to channel further resources into higher education if we are to open the doors to more students. Conservative party policy is to restrict or freeze access,...

Written Answers — Trade and Industry: University Students (12 May 2003)

Patricia Hewitt: by management are available. Local arrangements for placements are encouraged and the need for a centrally administered scheme is under review. At present, we do not pay university fees. Letter from Alison Brimelow to Mr. Allen, dated 12 May 2003 The Patent Office has a bursary scheme that supports female students who want to make the transition from arts to science studies: it...

University Finance (27 Nov 2002)

Baroness Howe of Idlicote: ...danger of losing their independence if this goes on. Many would say that they have begun to lose it already. That, too, was foreseen even before the Robbins report. Some noble Lords may recall the Anderson committee on student grants which reported in 1958. But perhaps not many will recall the warning contained in the Report of the Minority, who, incidentally, were against the abolition of...

Financial Services Industry (11 Jun 2002)

Paul Flynn: ...used to double the interest rate if there were any question of a payment arriving late, or for almost any other reason. Borrowers would rapidly get into serious debt. The company charges enormous fees for its services and for redemption charges, with the result that a loan of £20,000 would increase to £40,000 in a short time, and the house was often lost. I remember one constituent who...

Scottish Parliament: Chronic Pain (27 Feb 2002)

Dorothy-Grace Elder: ...and, indeed, the enthusiastic staff of the Parliament—have shown good heart and banded together in the common cause of trying to help those patients. I give special thanks to my assistants Gordon Anderson and Evelyn McKechnie, whose utter dedication to the cross-party group on chronic pain is exemplary. Everyone knows someone who is in pain. Only a fraction of the 550,000 are given...

Written Answers — Transport, Local Government and the Regions: Public Bodies (Chairmen) (14 Feb 2002)

Sally Keeble: ...Inspectorate Michael FitzGerald (reappointed) 2 August 1998 to 1 December 2000 0 Corinne Swain 1 February 2001 to 31 January 2004 0 Building Regulations Advisory Committee Jack Anderson (reappointed) 1 January 1998 to 31 December 1999 0 Pat O'Sullivan 1 January 2000 to 31 December 2001 0 Michael Finn 1 January 2002 to 31 December 2004 0 Commission for...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Public Appointments: Public Appointments (29 Jan 2002)

Andy Kerr: ...person) and brings the total number of assessors back up to the June 2001 level (there were 25 assessors in post in June). With effect from 1 January, all assessors will now be paid a daily fee of £150 or £250 subject to the level of their involvement in the appointments process. This policy change brings the Executive in line with the majority of Whitehall Departments. The overall...

Scottish Parliament: Scottish Science Library and Scottish Business Information Service (19 Dec 2001)

Fiona McLeod: ..., but the board of trustees chose to ignore that fact. They have not just ignored the Scottish science library's advisory committee, they have disbanded it. In a letter of 2 October, Professor Anderson announced to members of the advisory committee that they should not turn up for a meeting on 25 October, because the advisory committee no longer had a role to play as there was not going to...

Northern Ireland Assembly: North/South Ministerial Council: Foyle, Carlingford and Irish Lights Commission (12 Nov 2001)

Ms Brid Rodgers: ...with updates from the vice- chairman of the board of the Foyle, Carlingford and Irish Lights Commission (FCILC), Lord Cooke of Islandreagh, and the chief executive of the Loughs Agency, Mr Derick Anderson. Lord Cooke discussed the progress on the development of the Loughs Agency’s marine tourism strategy. The board decided that the agency’s role should be to facilitate and stimulate...

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