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Clause 5: Debt-collecting Agencies (5 May 1993)

Mr Donald Anderson: ...than £1,000 was realised on a VAT debt of £30,000, the system clearly was not cost effective in that instance. The Government concede that there is a lack of general statutory control over the fees charged by agents. Perhaps a strict table should be drawn up showing the fees that are relevant in each case; perhaps a general professional or trade body should be established to regulate...

Oral Answers to Questions — Bills Presented: Shops (Amendment) (10 Jun 1992)

Mr. Ray Powell, supported by Mr. Patrick Cormack, Mr. Donald Anderson, Mr. Alfred Morris, Mr, Michael Lord, Mr. Malcolm Thornton, Mrs. Ann Winterton, Mr. Stuart Bell, Mr. Alun Michael, Mr. Michael Alison, Mrs. Gwyneth Dunwoody and Mr. A. J. Beith, presented a Bill to provide for a general prohibition on the opening on Sunday of shops for retail trade or business; to make provision for the...

Health Service (Greater Glasgow) (25 Jul 1991)

Tom Clarke: ...is starving us of funds. There is support for community care. Ricky MacManus, also someone working in nursing, said: Stoneyetts is basically well located. It is therapeutically inviting. Jim Anderson, who is also involved in nursing, said: "This is their community." The fact is that community care is being taken from us. The board argues that the hospital is in such a state that it must...

Prayers: Leasehold Reform (8 Mar 1991)

Mr Donald Anderson: ...be provided to hold the balance between landlord and tenant in the sort of dispute to which I have referred. It is suspected that landlords, by actions which include adding to the professional fees of related companies, which perhaps they own, increase—improperly, in my judgment —tenants' costs. I have already mentioned adding to the statutory obligations that fall on ground landlords...

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...

Orders of the Day — Copyright, Designs and Patents Bill [Lords]: Recordings of Folksongs (25 Jul 1988)

Mr Norman Buchan: ...Secondly, nothing more pleases some people who write songs than to write a song and then find, as I found recently, that it is being sung as traditional. Although that deprived me of my copyright fees, I was pleased that it passed as traditional—once in a learned book and then on a disc, so in the end I was quite pleased that it happened. The classic case is that of a song of the last...

BBC (Financing) (19 Dec 1984)

Mr Robert Jones: ...constituents to Members' surgeries. A number of opinion polls have been published. They show that there is considerable hostility to the BBC's proposal for a 41 per cent. increase in the licence fee. That increase is apparently supported by 13 per cent. only of the sample interviewed by NOP on behalf of D'Arcy-Macmanus and Masius, and by 14 per cent. only of the sample interviewed by MORI...

Northern Ireland (International Airports) (10 Mar 1983)

Mr John Patten: I welcome the intervention of the hon. Member for Swansea, East (Mr. Anderson) in this debate. He brings a fresh face and a fresh voice to accompany his hon. Friend for Hammersmith, North (Mr. Soley), who has borne the heat and burden of the afternoon, the drinks hour, the dinner, and the after-dinner hours with great stamina on the Opposition Front Bench. The hon. Member for Swansea, East...

Orders of the Day — Companies (No. 2) Bill [Lords] (1 Jun 1981)

Mr Graham Page: I apologise for being absent for part of the debate because of parliamentary duties on a Select Committee. I was here in time to hear the hon. Member for Swansea, East (Mr. Anderson) say that the Bill would be useful to accountants and solicitors who would be able to collect money for advice. Neither accountants nor solicitors, of which I am one, welcome complicated legislation because it...

Orders of the Day — COMPANIES BILL [Lords] (22 Oct 1979)

Mr Peter Archer: ...to us for some measure of protection. My hon. Friend the Member for Hackney, Central referred to the position of the Registry of Business Names. He pointed out that if there were an increase in fees, which need not be unreasonable, the registry might be able to provide a better service to those who want to investigate the position of companies with which they propose to have dealings. A...

Orders of the Day — Health, Education and Social Services (16 May 1979)

Frank Dobson: ...in them. Their ancestors' conditions were greatly ameliorated by churches and charities. It was no accident that Great Ormond Street hospital, University College hospital and the Elizabeth Garrett Anderson hospital were established in the area that I represent by people of a charitable disposition because they knew that those services were needed. I say to those who are talking of...

Debate on the Address (15 May 1979)

Mrs Margaret Thatcher: ...' wishes. We shall see that that is so. We shall also extend the principle of choice in education by introducing a scheme to help talented children from less well-off homes to attend certain fee-paying schools. Their abilities entitle them to an education suited to their talents, and they should not be denied it because of dogma. We shall fight to improve education standards. We shall...

National Health Service (15 Mar 1979)

Mrs Lena Jeger: ...have such a large file that I was not able to carry it—saying that this is still being considered. I hope that a decision can be taken fairly soon because it is very unsettling for a hospital to feel so uncertain of its future. It is not fair to the staff and it makes it very difficult for the authorities to plan ahead to work out improvements or to decide on policy. The Minister would...

Oral Answers to Questions — Northern Ireland (Judgments Enforcement and Debts Recovery) (21 Feb 1979)

Mr Arthur Davidson: ...is performed, although much less comprehensively, by the Registry of County Court Judgments in England and Wales. The 1969 Act followed upon a report of a working party chaired by Mr. A. E. Anderson, who is now the Master of the EJO. In another place, my noble and learned Friend paid tribute to the Master, to his chief enforcement officer and to his staff for the way in which they have...

Orders of the Day — Road Vehicles (Registration Mark Transfers) (24 Jan 1977)

Sir Patrick Mayhew: The nub of the matter is the rôle played by the two unions at Swansea, which the hon. Member for Swansea, East (Mr. Anderson) represents, and the Minister's motive in fixing the fee at £50. I cherish no number plate, but I cherish the right of other people to cherish theirs if they are so minded. Even more, I cherish the right of British people not to be dictated to by anybody and to be...

Orders of the Day — Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Hospital (16 May 1975)

Mrs Lena Jeger: This afternoon I raise briefly the subject of the future of the Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Hospital in my constituency. I much appreciate the presence of hon. Members on both sides, because I want to make it clear that there is a large measure of agreement about the necessity to ensure the survival of this hospital. If because of the shortness of time I must do less than justice to the...

Orders of the Day — Supply: Education (Standards) (27 Jan 1975)

Dennis Canavan: ...in public expenditure which appear to be inevitable as a result of the last Budget. For example, in my own county there is great need for more funds for school building. Fairly recently Mr. James Anderson, the convener of Stirling County Council, held a conference at Stirling University in my constituency to which he invited representatives from other education authorities to discuss the...

Bill Presented: MR. David Anderson, QC (11 Apr 1974)

Mr William Ross: ...But the hon. Gentleman has seen it. It was, as I have said, subsequently withdrawn after the formal charge and it was not submitted at the trial. But this admission must be regarded as bringing Mr. Anderson's veracity sharply into question. I suggest to the hon. Member that he would be well advised to accept that, against the background of what has gone before, there are no grounds on...

Orders of the Day — Education (18 Nov 1971)

Mr Frederick Willey: ...and think about education more in social terms. If we do this, I believe we should concentrate on the 16–18 age group. We should pay attention to Professor Brinley Thomas's reservations in the Anderson Report as long ago as 1958. As I have previously reminded the House, he said it would be unwise and unjust to concentrate on the provision of higher education for middle-class children...

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...


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