Results 21–40 of 1121 for speaker:Mrs Marion Roe

Public Bill Committee: Serious Organised Crime and Police Bill: Clause 98 - Money laundering: miscellaneous amendments (13 Jan 2005)

Mrs Marion Roe: With this it will be convenient to consider new clause 24—Tipping off— '(1) In the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002, section 333 is amended as follows. (2) In subsection (1)(a) after ''has been made'', insert ''or knows that such a disclosure is going to be made''.'.

Public Bill Committee: Serious Organised Crime and Police Bill: Clause 95 - Money laundering: threshold amounts (13 Jan 2005)

Mrs Marion Roe: With this it will be convenient to consider the following amendments: No. 242, in clause 95, page 61, line 34, leave out '£100' and insert '£1,000'. No. 243, in clause 95, page 61, line 34, leave out '£100' and insert '£250' No 244, in clause 95, page 61, line 34, leave out '£100' and insert '£5,000'.

Public Bill Committee: Serious Organised Crime and Police Bill: Clause 94 - Money laundering: defence where overseas conduct is legal under local law (13 Jan 2005)

Mrs Marion Roe: With this it will be convenient to take the following: amendment No. 247, in clause 94, page 59, line 40, after 'territory', insert 'at the time it occurred'. No. 236, in clause 94, page 59, line 40, leave out from 'territory' to end of line 42. No. 248, in clause 94, page 60, line 10, after 'territory', insert 'at the time it occurred'.   No. 237, in clause 94, page 60, line 10, leave out...

Public Bill Committee: Serious Organised Crime and Police Bill: Clause 90 - Civil recovery: freezing orders (13 Jan 2005)

Mrs Marion Roe: With this it will be convenient to discuss amendment No. 235, in clause 90, page 56, leave out lines 3 and 4.

Public Bill Committee: Serious Organised Crime and Police Bill: Schedule 5 - Persons specified for the purposes of section 74 (13 Jan 2005)

Mrs Marion Roe: With this it will be convenient to discuss the following: Amendment No. 181, in schedule 5, page 157, line 19, at end insert— '(1A) A person to whom an immunity notice has been given under section 65, whether or not information supplied by that person has been or might be used in legal proceedings.'. Amendment No. 182, in schedule 5, page 157, line 19, at end insert— '(1A) A person to...

Public Bill Committee: Serious Organised Crime and Police Bill: Clause 69 - Financial reporting orders: making (13 Jan 2005)

Mrs Marion Roe: I remind the Committee that with this we are taking the following amendments: No. 202, in clause 69, page 40, line 39, leave out subsection (6). No. 203, in clause 70, page 41, line 2, leave out from first 'the' to 'Court'. No. 204, in clause 70, page 41, line 18, leave out subsection (6).

Public Bill Committee: Serious Organised Crime and Police Bill: Schedule 1 - The Serious Organised Crime Agency (11 Jan 2005)

Mrs Marion Roe: I am sorry, but it is too late now. The numbers have already been announced.

Public Bill Committee: Serious Organised Crime and Police Bill: Schedule 1 - The Serious Organised Crime Agency (11 Jan 2005)

Mrs Marion Roe: With this it will be convenient to discuss the following amendments: No. 121, in schedule 1, page 120, line 36, after first 'SOCA', insert 'or police members of SOCA'. No. 108, in schedule 1, page 122, line 33, at end insert— 'Police members of staff of SOCA 13A A person shall be appointed as a police member of SOCA if— (a) he is attested or sworn as a constable and (i) he is a...

Public Bill Committee: Serious Organised Crime and Police Bill: Schedule 1 - The Serious Organised Crime Agency (11 Jan 2005)

Mrs Marion Roe: With this it will be convenient to discuss the following amendments: No. 65, in schedule 1, page 118, line 14, leave out sub-sub-paragraphs (a) to (c) and insert— '(a) there shall be the same number of ex-officio and ordinary members, and (b) the total of the number determined under sub-paragraph 1(aa) must not at any time be less than four.'. No. 66, in schedule 1, page 118, line 26, at...

Public Bill Committee: Serious Organised Crime and Police Bill (11 Jan 2005)

Mrs Marion Roe: As it often becomes warm in this Room, hon. Members may remove their jackets. I remind the Committee that there is a money resolution in connection with the Bill, and copies are available in the Room. I also remind hon. Members that adequate notice should be given of amendments. As a general rule, my fellow Chairman and I do not intend to call starred amendments, including any that may be...

Public Bill Committee: Serious Organised Crime and Police Bill: Clause 1 - Establishment of Serious Organised (11 Jan 2005)

Mrs Marion Roe: With this it will be convenient to discuss the following amendments: No. 80, in clause 2, page 2, line 9, after 'crime', insert 'and serious fraud'. No. 81, in clause 2, page 2, line 10, leave out 'such'. No. 82, in clause 2, page 2, line 14, leave our subsection (3). No. 83, in clause 2, page 2, line 18, leave out from 'Office' to end of line 19. No. 91, in clause 35, page 19, line 23,...

Written Answers — House of Commons Commission: Parliamentary Security Co-ordinator (21 Dec 2004)

Mrs Marion Roe: To ask the hon. Member for Roxburgh and Berwickshire representing the House of Commons Commission what progress has been made in the appointment of a Parliamentary Security Co-ordinator to lead the implementation of the Security Review.

Oral Answers to Questions — Health: Dentists (7 Dec 2004)

Mrs Marion Roe: Is the Minister aware that the National Audit Office reported recently that primary care trusts may not have the capacity or capability to manage the new dental contract? Is she confident that, as the Prime Minister said in 1999, the new contract will ensure that everyone has access to an NHS dentist within two years?

Written Answers — House of Commons: Franked Envelopes (17 Nov 2004)

Mrs Marion Roe: Second class post-paid envelopes were introduced in 1998, in addition to the first class post-paid envelopes available to Members, following a decision of the Administration Committee. I have asked the Serjeant at Arms to contact the hon. Member on the specific issue of the format of envelopes.

Written Answers — House of Commons Commission: Department of the Clerk (16 Nov 2004)

Mrs Marion Roe: To ask the hon. Member for Roxburgh and Berwickshire, representing the House of Commons Commission how many and what proportion of staff in the Clerk's Department work from home.

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Voting Rights (15 Nov 2004)

Mrs Marion Roe: To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs which Commonwealth countries grant rights to British citizens to vote in elections in their country equivalent to the rights available to Commonwealth citizens in the UK.

Written Answers — Deputy Prime Minister: Commonwealth Citizens (Voting Rights) (11 Nov 2004)

Mrs Marion Roe: To ask the Deputy Prime Minister under which legislation Commonwealth citizens are entitled to vote in local government elections in the UK; and what the eligibility criteria are.

Written Answers — Deputy Prime Minister: Commonwealth Citizens (Voting Rights) (11 Nov 2004)

Mrs Marion Roe: To ask the Deputy Prime Minister whether his Department is planning to review the entitlement of Commonwealth citizens to vote in UK elections for which his Department is responsible in countries in which British citizens are not entitled to vote in elections.

Written Answers — Constitutional Affairs: Commonwealth Citizens (Voting Rights) (11 Nov 2004)

Mrs Marion Roe: To ask the Parliamentary Secretary, Department for Constitutional Affairs how many Commonwealth citizens voted (a) at the UK general election in 2001, (b) at the Birmingham, Hodge Hill by-election in 2004 and (c) at the Leicester, South by-election in 2004.

Written Answers — Constitutional Affairs: Commonwealth Citizens (Voting Rights) (11 Nov 2004)

Mrs Marion Roe: To ask the Parliamentary Secretary, Department for Constitutional Affairs under which legislation Commonwealth citizens are entitled to vote in (a) general elections and (b) European parliamentary elections in the UK; what the eligibility criteria are in each case; and whether all Commonwealth citizens are entitled to vote in referenda in the UK.


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