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Universities (Wales And Northern Ireland)

Volume 127: debated on Friday 19 February 1988

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To ask the Secretary of State for Education and Science if he will republish a table, in the manner of his answer of 12 February, Official Report, columns 375–6, showing the numbers and percentages of (a) Welsh and (b) Northern Irish students and relating to (i) Welsh and (ii) Northern Irish universities.

The complete cross classification of country of location by country of domicile is shown in the following table:is the percentage of the pupil population of

(a) outer London, (b) south-east England and (c) England who attend independent schools.

Information on pupils' home addresses is not held centrally. The number of pupils in independent schools as a percentage of all pupils in school in each of the last five years in the following areas was:

Pupils in independent schools as a percentage of all pupils in the Inner London Education Authority, Outer London, Other South East and England in January of each year






Outer London7·37·47·67·78·1
Other South East9·59·79·910·110·4