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Most recent annotations on things by Maria Eagle

  • John Byng: It is a pity that Maria Eagle expresses support for additional capacity in the South East. It is true that Heathrow is virtually full but there is a great deal of unused capacity elsewhere.... (31 January 2012)
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  • Alix Cull: Why is it that there is violence in the prisons . Even if a prisoner has committed a crime they are entitled to some protection either from their own acts or for public safety. Also the Prison... (24 March 2010)
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  • Alix Cull: Why is it that there is violence in the prisons . Even if a prisoner has committed a crime they are entitled to some protection either from their own acts or for public safety. Also the Prison... (24 March 2010)
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  • SB : An interesting speech - but not really an answer to the question about the "no recourse to public funds" rule which excludes vulnerable women who have been victims of sexual crime or domestic... (12 November 2009)
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  • Dee Speers: Public confidence is affected by the most salient fact that it sees a clear gap between law and justice. (9 February 2009)
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  • Dee Speers: Public confidence is affected by the most salient fact that it sees a clear gap between law and justice (9 February 2009)
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  • John Anderson: I'm nitpicking, but "the Government (singular) has, not have. Grammar is most important and many (I might almost say most) of our representatives are abysmal! JSA. (29 January 2009)
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  • Joyce Glasser: Maria Eagle is incorrect to say that the New Equality Bill will END AGE DISCRIMINATION. The Government plans to hold a review of the National Default Retirement Age in 2011. If the review... (12 October 2008)
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  • Eleanor van den Heuvel: It is all very well to say that cultural change cannot be achieved overnight but the first equal pay act was passed in 1970, 38 years ago! Unfortunately, gender inequality in pay is still rife.... (10 October 2008)
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  • alex jonson: I dont understand why it is a mandatory life sentence when barely any offenders receive a minimum of over 15 years,surely if life sentences were to be imposed,should they not have a starting... (22 July 2008)
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  • barbara richards: Actually, in my experience, the group most often targetted for the most vicious hatred are sexual abuse survivors. If you want to see how hateful the human race can be, try logging in to a sexual... (7 May 2008)
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  • Alix Cull: Can the Hon.lady inform parliament about what is being done for prisoners who are mentally ill and should not be in prison in the first place? Has the Hon.Lady conferred with the D.O.H. regarding... (30 April 2008)
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  • Pauline Campbell: Locking two or three people in a room where they have to eat, sleep, and defaecate, is to subject people to living in inhumane conditions. It is difficult to comprehend on what grounds Junior... (24 April 2008)
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  • Nick Gulliford: "The Government like evidence-based policy making" is correct, but only when the evidence fits its politically correct agenda. There is evidence from the US that local Community Marriage Policies... (21 February 2008)
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  • Marion Stanton: As long as parents refuse to send their children to mainstream schools teachers will remain unskilled and will continue to fail to meet all needs. What we should be arguing for is better training... (22 August 2007)
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  • Mark Bestford: Having just had a look I'd say you probably could have a case. However employment law is a legal minefield so I would suggest speaking to someone from the legal profession or from CAB first. If... (3 May 2007)
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  • Stephanie Birch: I have suffered from Antiphospolipid Syndrome for the last 5 years, and want to know how I stand with the 'DDA' as I'm being treated unfairly by my employers. I cannot help with what I have, and... (2 May 2007)
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  • Gary Murphy: I have just read the Bain report and I am quite shocked. My wife and I decided to sacrifice much and send our daughter to the best school we could (Bloomfield Collegiate Prep). It is absolutely... (23 January 2007)
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  • Joyce Glasser: Why is this pathways to work still in the future tense, six years after the Government began recognising the plight of the economically inactive, usually over 50, worker? Why is the priority of... (12 October 2006)
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  • David Read: I am a parent governor at one of the schools namely Ethel Tipple School in Kings Lynn,which I am informed will be demolished and then a new school for severe complex needs built in its place.I... (1 December 2005)
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  • Quentin Hall: Would the minister please advise what are the 'other structures in which children can best be brought up' and what are her bases for comparison? (7 July 2005)
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  • Kathleen Weetman: Dear Maria, You are correct when you say that the rights of disabled people are at the bottom of the agenda.The Joint Commitees have studied and questioned and debated for years... (11 June 2004)
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