Results 141–160 of 1121 for speaker:Mrs Marion Roe

Alcohol Harm Reduction Strategy (5 May 2004)

Mrs Marion Roe: Order. Before I call the next speaker, I remind hon. Members that I shall call for the wind-up speeches at 3 o'clock.

Electoral Register (5 May 2004)

Mrs Marion Roe: Does not the hon. Gentleman agree that there are people who are registered on an electoral register somewhere else in the country? For example, many students will be on the electoral roll at home—where they come from—rather than in the inner-city area where they attend university or college.

Electoral Register (5 May 2004)

Mrs Marion Roe: I am most grateful for the opportunity to raise the issue of the integrity of the electoral register. For some time, I have been concerned that the system for the registration of voters in England, Scotland and Wales is not sound and could lead to election fraud. When I was appointed as an election scrutineer in the Seychelles on behalf of the Commonwealth and in Angola on behalf of the...

Electoral Register (5 May 2004)

Mrs Marion Roe: I fully agree. The electoral roll should be accurate, and those who do not register but are eligible to do so should be given every encouragement and all the information necessary to ensure that they can vote in the proper way. Fourthly, there may be a criminal element in registering a false name: the aim may be to legitimise false identities and to provide cover for illegal activities such...

Electoral Register (5 May 2004)

Mrs Marion Roe: I agree. I hope that something can be done about the problem. I return to the written answer of 9 March. I remind hon. Members that I am talking about the constituencies in which the highest number of registered electors was lost from the parliamentary register between 2001 and 2003. I draw attention to the constituency at the top of the list, Brentford and Isleworth, in which there was a...

Oral Answers to Questions — Health: Medical Research (4 May 2004)

Mrs Marion Roe: Does the Secretary of State accept that the provisions of the Human Tissue Bill and the European Community clinical trials directive seriously undermine the increase in medical research funding that was announced in the Budget?

Written Answers — House of Commons: Parliamentary Passes (27 Apr 2004)

Mrs Marion Roe: The classes and descriptions of pass categories are set out in the table. This information is already in the public domain. However, for security reasons I am sure the hon. Gentleman will understand, I am not prepared to give the numbers of passes in each category. Class Description M Member of Parliament MEP Member of European Parliament P Peer X Former Member of...

Written Answers — Health: Lymphoedema (25 Mar 2004)

Mrs Marion Roe: To ask the Secretary of State for Health what guidelines are in place to ensure that non-cancer related lymphoedema patients, who do not have access to a lymphoedema clinic, receive appropriate compression garments as one of the recognised four cornerstones of lymphoedema treatment.

Public Bill Committee: Gender Recognition Bill [Lords]: New Clause 4 - Criminal Records Bureau checks (16 Mar 2004)

Mrs Marion Roe: That is not a point of order, but I am sure that the hon. Member for Upminster has heard what has been said.New Clause 6 Changing and washing facilities

Public Bill Committee: Gender Recognition Bill [Lords]: Clause 22 - Prohibition on disclosure of information (16 Mar 2004)

Mrs Marion Roe: With this it will be convenient to discuss amendment No. 24, in clause 22, page 9, line 39, leave out from '(5)' to end of line 41.

Public Bill Committee: Gender Recognition Bill [Lords]: Clause 21 - Foreign gender change and marriage (16 Mar 2004)

Mrs Marion Roe: With this it will be convenient to discuss amendment No. 73, in clause 21, page 8, line 42, at end insert— '(6) Subsections (1) to (5) shall not apply to persons who have had gender recognition under the law of an approved country or territory and who have entered into a foreign post-recognition marriage.'.

Petition — Consumer Protection (New Homes) (11 Mar 2004)

Mrs Marion Roe: I wish to present a petition, containing over 1,100 signatures, which draws attention to the fact that, at present, buyers of new homes do not benefit from adequate consumer protection, and points out that they should be entitled to have a third-party representative check their home for quality, prior to completion. They should also be able to delay completion should the home not conform to...

Public Bill Committee: Gender Recognition Bill [Lords]: Schedule 4 - Effect on marriage (11 Mar 2004)

Mrs Marion Roe: With this it will be convenient to discuss the following: Amendment No. 43, in schedule 4, page 26, line 34, at end insert— '(3) A registrar of births, marriages and deaths is not obliged to solemnise the marriage of a person if the registrar reasonably believes that the person's gender has become the acquired gender under the Gender Recognition Act 2004.'. Amendment No. 45, in clause...

Public Bill Committee: Gender Recognition Bill [Lords]: Clause 9 - General (11 Mar 2004)

Mrs Marion Roe: With this it will be convenient to discuss the following: Amendment No. 17, in clause 9, page 5, line 23, leave out subsection (3).

Public Bill Committee: Gender Recognition Bill [Lords]: Clause 9 - General (11 Mar 2004)

Mrs Marion Roe: With this it will be convenient to discuss the following amendment: No. 15, in clause 9, page 5, line 18, leave out 'sex' and insert 'gender'.

Public Bill Committee: Gender Recognition Bill [Lords]: Clause 9 - General (11 Mar 2004)

Mrs Marion Roe: With this it will be convenient to discuss amendment No. 44, in clause 9, page 5, line 16, after 'purposes', insert 'defined by this Act'.

Public Bill Committee: Gender Recognition Bill [Lords]: Clause 6 - Errors in certificates (11 Mar 2004)

Mrs Marion Roe: With this we may discuss amendment No. 13, in clause 7, page 4, line 27, leave out 'an' and insert 'a reasonable'.

Public Bill Committee: Gender Recognition Bill [Lords]: Clause 5 - Subsequent issue of full certificates (11 Mar 2004)

Mrs Marion Roe: I remind the Committee that with this we are discussing the following amendments: No. 54, in clause 5, page 3, line 32, leave out 'six months' and insert 'two years'. No. 69, in clause 5, page 3, line 34, leave out 'within that period'. No. 67, in clause 5, page 3, line 35, leave out from 'certificate' to '(3)' in line 36. No. 66, in clause 5, page 3, line 35, leave out from...

Public Bill Committee: Gender Recognition Bill [Lords]: Schedule 1 - Gender Recognition Panels (9 Mar 2004)

Mrs Marion Roe: With this it will be convenient to discuss the following: Amendment No. 41, in schedule 1, page 15, leave out line 7 and insert— '(b) at least two medical members including— (i) a registered medical practitioner recognised as currently practising in the field of gender dysphoria in the United Kingdom, and (ii) a registered medical practitioner who has an entry in the specialist...

Public Bill Committee: Gender Recognition Bill [Lords]: Clause 1 - Applications (9 Mar 2004)

Mrs Marion Roe: With this it will be convenient to discuss amendment No. 19, in schedule 3, page 20, line 22, at end insert— '(4) A gender recognition certificate may also be revoked at the request of the person to whom it has been issued.'.


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