Results 1–20 of 1121 for speaker:Mrs Marion Roe

Oral Answers to Questions — Health: NHS Charging (22 Mar 2005)

Mrs Marion Roe: Will the Secretary of State explain to the House how NHS income from patient charges has increased by almost £500 million to £1.5 billion a year since Labour came to power? If the Labour party wins the next general election, will he guarantee that it will not increase patient charges by another £500 million?

Oral Answers to Questions — Health: Health Provision (Wales) (22 Feb 2005)

Mrs Marion Roe: How can the Minister possibly believe that the people of Wales are receiving value for money when, despite a 31 per cent. increase in funding between 2000 and 2003, the number of finished consultant episodes actually declined by 1 per cent. in that time?

Written Answers — Health: Chiropody Services (3 Feb 2005)

Mrs Marion Roe: To ask the Secretary of State for Health pursuant to the oral answer of 18 January 2005, Official Report, column 675, on chiropody services, when the guidance on the provision of podiatry services contained in the report of the joint Department of Health and NHS Chiropody Task Force, Feet First, was discontinued.

Written Answers — House of Commons Commission: Cleaning Contractors (2 Feb 2005)

Mrs Marion Roe: To ask the hon. Member for Roxburgh and Berwickshire, representing the House of Commons Commission, if he will make a statement on the terms of the employment of contracted cleaners in the House.

Army Restructuring (Wales) (1 Feb 2005)

Mrs Marion Roe: That is not a point of order for the Chair.

Standards Board (1 Feb 2005)

Mrs Marion Roe: As there have been three Divisions in the House during the debate, it will now finish no later than 4.15 pm.

Public Bill Committee: Serious Organised Crime and Police Bill: Clause 131 - Power to seize etc. vehicles driven without insurance (20 Jan 2005)

Mrs Marion Roe: With this it will be convenient to discuss new clause 15—Power to seize etc. vehicles driven without a valid licence— 'After section 164 of the Road Traffic Act 1988 (c. 52) insert— ''164A Power of constables to seize vehicles driven without a valid licence (1) Subsection (3) applies where— (a) a contable in uniform requires, under section 164, a person to produce his licence...

Public Bill Committee: Serious Organised Crime and Police Bill: Clause 123 - Directions as to behaviour in vicinity of parliament (20 Jan 2005)

Mrs Marion Roe: With this it will be convenient to discuss the following amendments: No. 190, in clause 123, page 87, line 15, leave out from 'Parliament' to end of line 17. No. 192, in clause 123, page 87, line 36, after 'officers', insert ', being of or above the rank of inspector,'. No. 193, in clause 123, page 88, line 9, leave out 'one kilometre' and insert '100 metres'. No. 307, in clause 123, page...

Public Bill Committee: Serious Organised Crime and Police Bill: Clause 119 - Racial and religious hatred (20 Jan 2005)

Mrs Marion Roe: With this it will be convenient to discuss the following: Clause stand part. No. 327, in schedule 10, page 178, line 29, leave out 'RACIAL AND RELIGIOUS HATRED' and insert 'HATRED OF RACIAL AND RELIGIOUS GROUPS'. No. 328, in schedule 10, page 178, line 32, leave out 'hatred' and insert 'group'. No. 323, in schedule 10, page 178, line 34, leave out from 'Part' to end of line 36 and...

Public Bill Committee: Serious Organised Crime and Police Bill: Clause 119 - Racial and religious hatred (20 Jan 2005)

Mrs Marion Roe: I should explain to the Committee that I would have called the Minister if she rose in her seat, and I did not see her doing that.

Public Bill Committee: Serious Organised Crime and Police Bill: Clause 116 - Harassment intended to deter lawful activities (20 Jan 2005)

Mrs Marion Roe: With this it will be convenient to discuss the following: Amendment No. 342, in clause 116, page 82, line 29, after 'victim', insert 'or target'. Clause stand part. Amendment No. 343, in clause 117, page 83, line 27, after 'presence', insert 'or conduct'. Amendment No. 344, in clause 117, page 83, leave out lines 42 to 44. Amendment No. 223, in clause 117, page 84, line 4, leave out from...

Public Bill Committee: Serious Organised Crime and Police Bill: Clause 113 - Powers of designated and accredited persons (18 Jan 2005)

Mrs Marion Roe: With this it will be convenient to discuss the following: Amendment No. 151, in clause 113, page 80, line 10, leave out subsections (5) and (6). Amendment No. 152, in schedule 8, page 169, line 8, leave out paragraphs 2 and 3. Government amendments Nos. 264 to 266. Amendment No. 293, in schedule 8, page 169, line 28, leave out ', for a period not exceeding thirty minutes, or' and insert...

Public Bill Committee: Serious Organised Crime and Police Bill: Clause 107 - Photographing of suspects etc. (18 Jan 2005)

Mrs Marion Roe: We are debating clause 107, as amended.

Public Bill Committee: Serious Organised Crime and Police Bill: Clause 108 - Fingerprints (18 Jan 2005)

Mrs Marion Roe: With this it will be convenient to discuss amendment No. 304, in clause 108, page 75, leave out lines 3 and 4.

Public Bill Committee: Serious Organised Crime and Police Bill: Clause 107 - Photographing of suspects etc. (18 Jan 2005)

Mrs Marion Roe: With this it will be convenient to discuss the following amendments: No. 299, in clause 108, page 74, line 29, leave out '(4)' and insert '(4A)'. No. 300, in clause 108, page 75, line 6, at end insert— '(4A) In subsection (9), at the end insert— ''or (c) applies to— (i) a person aged under 17, or (ii) a member of any group which is defined in a code of practice issued under this...

Public Bill Committee: Serious Organised Crime and Police Bill: Clause 107 - Photographing of suspects etc. (18 Jan 2005)

Mrs Marion Roe: With this it will be convenient to discuss the following: Amendment No. 298, in clause 107, page 73, line 34, leave out 'and (3)' and insert 'to (4)'. Government amendment No. 257.

Public Bill Committee: Serious Organised Crime and Police Bill: Clause 104 - Search warrants: premises (18 Jan 2005)

Mrs Marion Roe: With this it will be convenient to discuss amendment No. 147, in clause 104, page 70, line 11, after 'premises', insert 'reasonably believed to be'.

Public Bill Committee: Serious Organised Crime and Police Bill: Clause 101 - Powers of arrest (18 Jan 2005)

Mrs Marion Roe: I remind the Committee that with this we are discussing the following: Amendment No. 303, in clause 101, page 67, leave out lines 18 to 22. Amendment No. 146, in clause 101, page 67, leave out lines 23 to 26. Amendment No. 218, in clause 101, page 67, line 24, after 'if', insert— '(a) the offence is an arrestable offence punishable by more than 5 years imprisonment, or (b)'. Amendment...

Oral Answers to Questions — Health: Chiropody Services (18 Jan 2005)

Mrs Marion Roe: What assessment he has made of the availability of chiropody services for senior citizens.

Oral Answers to Questions — Health: Chiropody Services (18 Jan 2005)

Mrs Marion Roe: I am grateful to the Minister for that reply, but will he give the House his estimate of the number of patients with foot problems who have been deemed to be low risk and thus discharged from NHS care and forced to look in the voluntary and private sectors to find the specialist chiropody services that they need? What plans does he have to draw up guidelines on the management and treatment of...


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