§ Mr. Harry Barnes
To ask the Secretary of State for Education and Science if he will list the tertiary colleges., by local education authorities, showing the political make-up of the appropriate local councils.
§ Mr. Dunn
Those colleges generally classified as tertiary colleges which are currently in existence in England and Wales are listed in the following table. The table also shows which political party, if any, held a majority in each authority following the last elections.7W
College Authority Political make up South Cheshire Cheshire No overall majority Halesowen Dudley Labour Alton Hampshire No overall majority Runshaw Lancashire No overall majority Peterlee Durham Labour Harlow Essex No overall majority Fareham Hampshire No overall majority Brockenhurst Hampshire No overall majority Knowsley Central Knowsley Labour Blackburn Lancashire No overall majority Skelmersdale Lancashire No overall majority Selby North Yorkshire No overall majority Bilston Wolverhampton Labour Weymouth Dorset Conservative Forest of Dean Gloucestershire No overall majority Derwentside Durham Labour Newcastle Under Lyme Staffordshire Labour North Manchester Manchester Labour South Manchester Manchester Labour Isle College Cambridgeshire No overall majority Elm Park Harrow Conservative Green Hill Harrow Conservative Weald Harrow Conservative Bury Metropolitan College Bury Labour Dewsbury Kirklees No overall majority Henley Oxfordshire No overall majority Wales Crosskeys Gwent Labour Pontypool Gwent Labour Neath West Glamorgan Labour Afan West Glamorgan Labour Gorseinon West Glamorgan Labour Swansea West Glamorgan Labour