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Cabinet - 65% public school educated

Discussion in 'Independent' started by Richard Knights, Jan 5, 2011.

  1. Eton – David Cameron (Prime Minister); Oliver Letwin (Cabinet Office); Sir George Young (Leader of the House)
    Current fees; Day (Does not apply); Boarding only (£29.862) – Boys only


    Westminster – Nick Clegg (Deputy Prime Minister); Chris Huhne (Energy)
    Current fees: Day (£19,626 - £21,282); Boarding (£28,344) – 25% boarders, Co-educational in the sixth form


    St Paul's – George Osborne (Chancellor)
    Current fees; Day (£17,928); Boarding (£26,559) – Boys only


    Rugby – Andrew Mitchell (International Development)
    Current fees; Day (£10,299 - £17,475); Boarding (£28,050) – 80% boarders


    Radley – Owen Paterson (Northern Ireland)
    Current fees; Day (Does not apply); Boarding only (£27,345) – Boys only


    Charterhouse – Jeremy Hunt (Culture)
    Current fees; Day (£23,505); Boarding (£28,440) – 95% boarding, Co-educational in the sixth form


    Wellington – Lord Strathclyde (Leader of the Lords)
    Current fees; Day (£21,570); Boarding (£28,785) – 80% boarders


    Cheltenham Ladies' College – Cheryl Gillan (Wales)
    Current fees; Day (£18,528 - £21,174); Boarding (£27,192 – £31,242) – 75% boarders, Girls only


    Brentwood – Andrew Lansley (Health)
    Current fees: Day (£13,560); Boarding (£24,345)


    Abingdon – Francis Maude (Paymaster General)
    Current fees; Day (£13,905); Boarding (£28,515)


    Nottingham High School – Kenneth Clarke (Lord Chancellor)
    Current fees; Day only (£7,446 - £10,872) – Boys only


    King Edward's Birmingham – David Willetts (Universities)
    Current fees; Day only (£9,900) – Boys only


    Robert Gordon's – Michael Gove (Education)
    Current fees; Day only - (£6,270 - £9,765)


    HMS Conway – Iain Duncan-Smith (Work and Pensions)
    Current fees: School closed in 1974


    St
    Juliana's Convent School for Girls – Theresa May (Home Secretary) From
    the age of thirteen educated at a state grammar school which then became
    a comprehensive during her time as a pupil.
    Current fees: School closed in 1984


    Ten
    of the Cabinet were educated at state schools – William Hague
    (Foreign); Liam Fox (Defence); Vince Cable (Business); Eric Pickles
    (Local Government); Philip Hammond (Transport); Caroline Spelman
    (Environment); Michael Moore (Scotland); Danny Alexander (Chief
    Secretary); Baroness Warsi (Without Portfolio); Patrick McLoughlin
    (Chief Whip)

    http://abolishpublicschools.blogspot.com/
     
  2. Eton – David Cameron (Prime Minister); Oliver Letwin (Cabinet Office); Sir George Young (Leader of the House)
    Current fees; Day (Does not apply); Boarding only (£29.862) – Boys only


    Westminster – Nick Clegg (Deputy Prime Minister); Chris Huhne (Energy)
    Current fees: Day (£19,626 - £21,282); Boarding (£28,344) – 25% boarders, Co-educational in the sixth form


    St Paul's – George Osborne (Chancellor)
    Current fees; Day (£17,928); Boarding (£26,559) – Boys only


    Rugby – Andrew Mitchell (International Development)
    Current fees; Day (£10,299 - £17,475); Boarding (£28,050) – 80% boarders


    Radley – Owen Paterson (Northern Ireland)
    Current fees; Day (Does not apply); Boarding only (£27,345) – Boys only


    Charterhouse – Jeremy Hunt (Culture)
    Current fees; Day (£23,505); Boarding (£28,440) – 95% boarding, Co-educational in the sixth form


    Wellington – Lord Strathclyde (Leader of the Lords)
    Current fees; Day (£21,570); Boarding (£28,785) – 80% boarders


    Cheltenham Ladies' College – Cheryl Gillan (Wales)
    Current fees; Day (£18,528 - £21,174); Boarding (£27,192 – £31,242) – 75% boarders, Girls only


    Brentwood – Andrew Lansley (Health)
    Current fees: Day (£13,560); Boarding (£24,345)


    Abingdon – Francis Maude (Paymaster General)
    Current fees; Day (£13,905); Boarding (£28,515)


    Nottingham High School – Kenneth Clarke (Lord Chancellor)
    Current fees; Day only (£7,446 - £10,872) – Boys only


    King Edward's Birmingham – David Willetts (Universities)
    Current fees; Day only (£9,900) – Boys only


    Robert Gordon's – Michael Gove (Education)
    Current fees; Day only - (£6,270 - £9,765)


    HMS Conway – Iain Duncan-Smith (Work and Pensions)
    Current fees: School closed in 1974


    St
    Juliana's Convent School for Girls – Theresa May (Home Secretary) From
    the age of thirteen educated at a state grammar school which then became
    a comprehensive during her time as a pupil.
    Current fees: School closed in 1984


    Ten
    of the Cabinet were educated at state schools – William Hague
    (Foreign); Liam Fox (Defence); Vince Cable (Business); Eric Pickles
    (Local Government); Philip Hammond (Transport); Caroline Spelman
    (Environment); Michael Moore (Scotland); Danny Alexander (Chief
    Secretary); Baroness Warsi (Without Portfolio); Patrick McLoughlin
    (Chief Whip)

    http://abolishpublicschools.blogspot.com/
     

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