Results 41–60 of 1121 for speaker:Mrs Marion Roe

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

Mrs Marion Roe: To ask the Parliamentary Secretary, Department for Constitutional Affairs 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 — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Commonwealth (11 Nov 2004)

Mrs Marion Roe: To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs how many countries, excluding the UK, belong to the Commonwealth; if he will list them; and what the population is of each country.

Breast Cancer (9 Nov 2004)

Mrs Marion Roe: During October, we witnessed another successful breast cancer awareness month. That campaign, which is now in its 11th year, raises at least £10 million annually, and it has helped many of those suffering from breast cancer. As a joint chairman of the all-party parliamentary group on breast cancer, I am delighted to have the opportunity this morning to initiate a debate on the primary...

Breast Cancer (9 Nov 2004)

Mrs Marion Roe: I thank the hon. Gentleman for that intervention. He is right to say that it is a worldwide problem, and I fully agree that the United Kingdom could take a lead in the fight against this terrible disease. Breast cancer is currently the most common cancer among women in the UK. Unfortunately, more than 40,000 women are diagnosed with this devastating disease each year, and more than 1,000...

Breast Cancer (9 Nov 2004)

Mrs Marion Roe: More and more younger women are being diagnosed with breast cancer. The hon. Gentleman makes a good point, and I am sure that the Minister will have noted it. Breast cancer is a complex disease, and we do not yet fully understand what causes it. Scientific evidence indicates that breast cancer is caused by a complex mixture of factors, some to do with lifestyle, some to do with environmental...

Breast Cancer (9 Nov 2004)

Mrs Marion Roe: I again take the hon. Gentleman's point and I am sure that the Minister has listened to his important contribution. Bearing in mind the importance of the NHS screening programme and the fundamental role that it plays in early diagnosis and, therefore, better prognosis, we should be concerned that not all women are attending their screening appointments. The recent report by the all-party...

Written Answers — House of Commons Commission: Parliamentary Security Co-ordinator (8 Nov 2004)

Mrs Marion Roe: To ask the hon. Member for Roxburgh and Berwickshire, representing the House of Commons Commission pursuant to his Answer of 19 October 2004, Official Report, column 566W, if he will make a further statement on the appointment of a Parliamentary Security Co-ordinator.

Oral Answers to Questions — Health: NHS Dentistry (2 Nov 2004)

Mrs Marion Roe: Given the recent announcement of an increase in the number of places at dental schools, is the Minister confident that there are enough academic dentists both to train students and to engage in research?

Written Answers — Health: Anti-cancer Drugs (26 Oct 2004)

Mrs Marion Roe: To ask the Secretary of State for Health what progress the strategic health authorities have made in the execution of their responsibilities in respect of the take-up of new anti-cancer drugs authorised by the National Institute for Clinical Excellence.

Written Answers — Health: Her2 (26 Oct 2004)

Mrs Marion Roe: To ask the Secretary of State for Health (1) what assessment he has made of the uniformity of availability of human epidermal growth factor receptor 2 (HER 2) testing across the country; and what steps he is taking to ensure that there is equitable provision of HER2 testing across the country; (2) what measures are being put in place by his Department to ensure that the quality of human...

Written Answers — Health: Intravenous Chemotherapy Suites (26 Oct 2004)

Mrs Marion Roe: To ask the Secretary of State for Health if he will make a statement on the availability of IV chemotherapy suites; and what plans he has to increase their availability.

Public Bill Committee: Children Bill [Lords]: Clause 45 - Ascertaining children's wishes (21 Oct 2004)

Mrs Marion Roe: With this we may discuss the following amendments: No. 49, in clause 45, page 31, line 32, after 'wishes', insert 'and feelings'. No. 115, in clause 45, page 31, line 33, at end insert— '( ) In section 47 of the Children Act 1989 (local authority's duty to investigate) after subsection 4(b) insert— ''(c) to ascertain the child's wishes and feelings.''. ( ) In section 47 of the...

Public Bill Committee: Children Bill [Lords]: Clause 45 - Ascertaining children's wishes (21 Oct 2004)

Mrs Marion Roe: The hon. Lady is right; the new clauses cannot be taken separately. Question proposed, That the clause stand part of the Bill.

Public Bill Committee: Children Bill [Lords]: Clause 45 - Ascertaining children's wishes (21 Oct 2004)

Mrs Marion Roe: I believe that the Minister wishes to raise a point of order.

Public Bill Committee: Children Bill [Lords]: Clause 44 - Duty of local authorities to promote educational achievement (21 Oct 2004)

Mrs Marion Roe: With this it will be convenient to discuss the following: Amendment No. 201, in clause 44, page 31, line 21, at end add— '( ) The governing body of a maintained school shall ensure that the school promotes the educational achievement of any pupil of the school that is looked after by the local authority.'. New clause 16—Duty of school governing body in relation to pupils in public...

Public Bill Committee: Children Bill [Lords]: Clause 43 - Inspection of local education authorities (21 Oct 2004)

Mrs Marion Roe: With this it will be convenient to discuss Government amendment No. 156 and clause stand part.

Public Bill Committee: Children Bill [Lords]: Clause 44 - Duty of local authorities to promote educational achievement (21 Oct 2004)

Mrs Marion Roe: With this it will be convenient to discuss amendment No. 230, in clause 44, page 31, line 21, at end add— '( ) For the purpose of satisfying the duty imposed upon it by this section a local authority shall have the power to secure from the governing body or other appropriate authority of any school within its area information about the admission policies applicable in that school with...

Public Bill Committee: Children Bill [Lords]: Clause 38 - Power to establish registration scheme in England (21 Oct 2004)

Mrs Marion Roe: Order. I ask the Minister if she could kindly address the Chair, because Hansard is having difficulty in picking up her words.

Public Bill Committee: Children Bill [Lords]: Clause 38 - Power to establish registration scheme in England (21 Oct 2004)

Mrs Marion Roe: With this it will be convenient to discuss the following amendments: No. 74, in clause 38, page 27, line 16, leave out 'may' and insert 'shall'. No. 104, in clause 38, page 27, line 19, at end insert— '(1A) It shall be the duty of every local authority to keep a register of individuals in their area suitable to act as private foster parents for children. (1B) A local authority may...

Public Bill Committee: Children Bill [Lords]: Clause 9 - Information databases (21 Oct 2004)

Mrs Marion Roe: I remind the Committee that with this we are discussing the following amendments: No. 37, in clause 9, page 7, line 43, leave out from 'of' to end of line 44 and insert 'concern for his welfare, such basis for concern having been set out in national guidance'. No. 225, in clause 9, page 7, line 44, at end insert— '(ga) details of the person (''the informant'') who has provided...


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