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King's College, London

Volume 927: debated on Tuesday 1 March 1977

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asked the Secretary of State for Education and Science what representations she has received concerning the consequences for public expenditure of the amalgamation of the theological department with the other departments of King's College, London, as a constituent college of the University of London under a new charter.

Representations have been made by a member of staff of King's College, London, suggesting that an amalgamation would lead to additional public expenditure. King's College has yet to petition the Privy Council for the grant of a charter; if this is done, all representations will be fully considered.