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Public Bill Committee: Domestic Violence, Crime and Victims Bill [Lords] (22 Jun 2004)

Mrs Marion Roe: I remind the Committee that there is a money resolution in connection with this Bill, copies of which are available in the Room. I also remind members that adequate notice should be given of amendments. As a general rule, I do not intend to call starred amendments, including any that may be reached during an afternoon sitting of the Committee. I also remind members to switch off their mobile...

Public Bill Committee: Domestic Violence, Crime and Victims Bill [Lords]: Clause 1 - Breach of non-molestation order to be a criminal offence (22 Jun 2004)

Mrs Marion Roe: With this it will be convenient to discuss the following: Amendment No. 1, in clause 1, page 1, line 8, leave out 'does anything' and insert 'commits an act of domestic violence.'. New clause 3—Definition of Domestic Violence— Before section 30 in Part 4 of the Family Law Act 1996 (c.27) (Family Homes and Domestic Violence) insert— ''30A Definition of domestic violence (1) In...

Written Answers — House of Commons Commission: Travel Office (17 Jun 2004)

Mrs Marion Roe: To ask the hon. Member for Roxburgh and Berwickshire, representing the House of Commons Commission what the arrangements are for the future of the Travel Office; and if he will make a statement.

Written Answers — Health: Abortions (10 Jun 2004)

Mrs Marion Roe: To ask the Secretary of State for Health how many abortions among women aged (a) 11, (b) 12, (c) 13, (d) 14, (e) 15, (f) 16, (g) 17, (h) 18 and (i) 19 years there were in Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Strategic Health Authority in each year since 2000.

Oral Answers to Questions — Health: Foundation Hospitals (8 Jun 2004)

Mrs Marion Roe: Does the Secretary of State believe that the fact that many trusts are dropping or deferring their applications for foundation status because they do not understand the financial implications of the new system suggests that foundation trusts are unworkable and burdensome?

Written Answers — Health: NHS Staff (Overseas Recruitment) (8 Jun 2004)

Mrs Marion Roe: To ask the Secretary of State for Health if he will make a statement on the number of health workers in the NHS who have been recruited from overseas.

Written Answers — Health: Contraception (7 Jun 2004)

Mrs Marion Roe: To ask the Secretary of State for Health (1) how many attendances at family planning clinics by people aged (a) 11, (b) 12, (c) 13, (d) 14, (e) 15, (f) 16, (g) 17, (h) 18 and (i) 19 years there were in Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Strategic Health Authority in each year since 2000, broken down by sex; (2) how many women aged (a) 11, (b) 12, (c) 13, (d) 14, (e) 15, (f) 16, (g) 17, (h) 18...

Written Answers — Treasury: Abortion (25 May 2004)

Mrs Marion Roe: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer (1) how many conceptions in women aged (a) 11, (b) 12, (c) 13, (d) 14, (e) 15, (f) 16, (g) 17, (h) 18 and (i) 19 years there were in Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Strategic Health Authority in each year since 2000; (2) what the rate of conceptions in women aged (a) 11, (b) 12, (c) 13, (d) 14, (e) 15, (f) 16, (g) 17, (h) 18 and (i) 19 years was in...

Written Answers — Health: Sexually Transmitted Infections (25 May 2004)

Mrs Marion Roe: To ask the Secretary of State for Health (1) how many cases of sexually transmitted infections in people aged (a) 11, (b) 12, (c) 13, (d) 14, (e) 15, (f) 16, (g) 17, (h) 18 and (i) 19 years were reported in Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Strategic Health Authority in each year since 2000, broken down by (i) disease and (ii) sex; (2) what the prevalence rate of reported cases of sexually...

Visitor Facilities (11 May 2004)

Mrs Marion Roe: I am pleased to have the opportunity to speak to the motion approving the joint report of the Administration Committee and the Accommodation and Works Committee. As hon. Members will be aware, I was unfortunately away on parliamentary business when the motion was first debated on 22 April, and I am very grateful to the Chairman of the Accommodation and Works Committee, my hon. Friend the...

Visitor Facilities (11 May 2004)

Mrs Marion Roe: I am most grateful to my hon. Friend for his kind comments. I am also grateful to my colleagues on both Committees for the assiduous way in which they have tackled the whole subject. There was a helpful spirit of co-operation, not only between members of my Committee, which I have come to expect since I became its Chairman, but also between members of both Committees. The proposals in our...

Visitor Facilities (11 May 2004)

Mrs Marion Roe: I have heard what the hon. Gentleman has said. Such things will take time, there will be consultations, and I can assure him that no one, certainly on my Committee, would wish to stop colleagues, on whichever side of the House they sit, having an input into ensuring that the facilities are appropriate and fulfil their role.

Visitor Facilities (11 May 2004)

Mrs Marion Roe: Yes, I confirm that, but if my right hon. Friend will allow me to continue my remarks a little further, I shall explain why we feel that that is necessary, and I hope that he will understand the points that I make. Our Committees' proposal would improve the access facilities for visitors and increase security. Our report is centred on one major recommendation: a new reception and security...

Visitor Facilities (11 May 2004)

Mrs Marion Roe: Even if it does not deter them, we should offer a slightly more welcoming atmosphere for people coming here. We are not offering them a warm welcome if they have to queue in the rain and cold. My Committee feels strongly about that, and has supported for some time the view that we should do more to welcome visitors. As we state in our report: "Our visitors are the electors of the present and...

Visitor Facilities (11 May 2004)

Mrs Marion Roe: At present, disabled visitors must leave the party that they are with, whereas under the new arrangements they would all be able to come in through the same entrance. In Westminster Hall they would be guided to a lift. I believe that these arrangements would be more acceptable, and from the soundings that have been taken, disabled groups believe they would be an improvement for their...

Visitor Facilities (11 May 2004)

Mrs Marion Roe: I fully support the hon. Gentleman's comments on the matter. As he will see, the title of the report is "Access to Parliament". That is what we are approving today. I hope that everybody appreciates that we will have a different debate about what will follow and where any interpretative centre will be located in the future. There will be serious consultations among colleagues and elsewhere on...

Visitor Facilities (11 May 2004)

Mrs Marion Roe: I have listened carefully to my right hon. Friend's suggestion. We will, of course, examine all facilities, but my Committee discussed the issue and concluded that it is not feasible to locate a visitor centre within the Palace of Westminster because space is not available, and I am sure that all hon. Members in the Chamber agree with that decision. Sufficient space is also not available to...

Visitor Facilities (11 May 2004)

Mrs Marion Roe: I note the hon. Gentleman's point. My Committee has not considered the matter, and it would not be appropriate to make pledges to him about such a suggestion. However, my colleagues and I can read his comment in Hansard and reach a view in due course. The proposal will improve access facilities for visitors. The plans in the report will hopefully form phase 1, and phase 2 will not be within...

Visitor Facilities (11 May 2004)

Mrs Marion Roe: To try to help the hon. Gentleman and others, I am sure that he will appreciate that I cannot discuss in the Chamber detailed security advice. I can, however, confirm that the proposals have been examined by security specialists, both inside and outside the House, and the best current advice is that they would significantly improve on the current arrangements, which I am sure that he will...

Visitor Facilities (11 May 2004)

Mrs Marion Roe: I am afraid that the bookstall caused problems with English Heritage, which complained about its being there. We had to take that into account, so I hope that the hon. Gentleman does not think that it was removed on a whim. Unfortunately, pressure was put on us to have it removed.


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