§ MR. ERNEST GRAY (West Ham, N.)
To ask the Secretary to the Board of Education whether he is yet in a position to state what stops the Board propose to take to give effect to the declaration of the First Lord of the Treasury made on 7th July, 1902, namely, that the Government were of opinion that a student in a University hostel should have the same contribution paid to him on behalf of the Exchequer as a student in a residential training college.
§ (Answered by Sir William Anson.) The steps taken by the Board in the matter in question are set forth in the regulations of the Board issued on Monday last.
§ SIR JOHN GORST (Cambridge University)
To ask the Secretary to the Board of Education whether the increased grants which the Board of Education has undertaken to pay to those students of day training colleges who are inmates of hostels will be payable to such students of the Cambridge Day Training College as are members of the colleges of the University.
(Answered by Sir William Anson.) The increased grants mentioned will be paid to such students of the Cambridge Day Training College as are members of a college of the University.