Ms Julia Drown

Former Labour MP for South Swindon

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Ms Julia Drown is a former MP for South Swindon.

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Former Labour MP for South Swindon

Entered the House of Commons on 1 May 1997 — General election

Left the House of Commons on 11 April 2005 — did not stand for re-election

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Recent appearances

  • Adjournment (Easter) 24 Mar 2005

    This is my last opportunity to address this Parliament. I am proud to represent both rural and urban communities and I must say that I see no great distinction as I move from one to the other. There are different flavours and different policy aspects and it is important that policy be rural-proofed, but I am pleased that on so many of the issues that I have raised on behalf of my constituents...
  • Julia and William Pemberton 16 Mar 2005

    I rise to raise the case of the murders in November 2003 of Julia and William Pemberton by Alan Pemberton. After shooting his wife and 17-year-old son, Alan Pemberton took his own life. Those deaths followed a history of domestic violence to which the police were alerted 15 months before the tragedy. A number of the family and friends of Julia and William Pemberton are my constituents. I...
  • Julia and William Pemberton 16 Mar 2005

    I thank my hon. and learned Friend for that intervention, and I hope that the Minister can clarify that point for us. The other lessons may also need to be referred to the Department for Constitutional Affairs, and I hope that the Minister will do so. In July 2003, Julia returned to the Reading court to have an injunction with a power of arrest renewed. In addition to her original affidavit,...

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