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Northern Ireland Assembly: Oral Answers to Questions — Health, Social Services and Public Safety: Brain Surgery (14 Oct 2002)

Ms Jane Morrice: 2. asked the Minister of Health, Social Services and Public Safety to outline, for the last 10 month period, (a) the number of brain surgery operations that have taken place and (b) the number of people waiting for surgery. (AQO 309/02)

Northern Ireland Assembly: Oral Answers to Questions — Health, Social Services and Public Safety: Brain Surgery (14 Oct 2002)

Ms Jane Morrice: I am disappointed with the Minister’s response. She is aware that the 82-year-old mother of one of my constituents was told in December 2001 that she needed surgery for a brain tumour. Almost 12 months later, Hanna Glascott is still waiting. Two weeks ago, the Minister’s office told me that she was in line for surgery. Her family has heard absolutely nothing. Will the Minister explain...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Oral Answers to Questions — Education: Integrated Teacher-Training College (14 Oct 2002)

Ms Jane Morrice: 1. asked the Minister of Education if he will make it his policy to support, and provide the lead in, the creation of an integrated teacher-training college. (AQO 343/02)

Northern Ireland Assembly: Oral Answers to Questions — Education: Integrated Teacher-Training College (14 Oct 2002)

Ms Jane Morrice: I regret that that is the only response to my question. The Minister has called for the implementation of the Good Friday Agreement, page 18 of which calls for the promotion of initiatives to facilitate and encourage integrated education. My party was responsible for inserting that proposal. Does the Minister agree that in order for integrated education to work, teachers must be trained...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Public Petition:  Neglect of the Gray’s Hill Area in North Down (14 Oct 2002)

Ms Jane Morrice: I beg leave to present a petition on behalf of the residents and the business community from the Gray’s Hill area of Bangor in north Down. More than 100 people have signed the petition, which highlights the neglect of the area and calls for its improvement in accordance with the town centre management strategy prepared by Ferguson & McIlveen. This major gateway into Bangor is a mixed...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Review of Post-Primary Education: Report on Responses to Consultation (8 Oct 2002)

Ms Jane Morrice: Order. The Minister is entitled to be heard.

Northern Ireland Assembly: Review of Post-Primary Education: Report on Responses to Consultation (8 Oct 2002)

Ms Jane Morrice: I urge Members and the Minister to be as brief as possible, as many Members wish to put questions to the Minister.

Northern Ireland Assembly: Review of Post-Primary Education: Report on Responses to Consultation (8 Oct 2002)

Ms Jane Morrice: Order. Mr Murphy, I would appreciate understanding what your second question is in a nutshell.

Northern Ireland Assembly: Review of Post-Primary Education: Report on Responses to Consultation (8 Oct 2002)

Ms Jane Morrice: Order. The question is not related to the 11-plus.

Northern Ireland Assembly: Fair Price Commission (8 Oct 2002)

Ms Jane Morrice: Under Standing Order 25(4), a vote cannot be taken if a quorum is not present, which is the case at the moment. I shall, therefore, ask the Clerk to ring the Division Bell and wait three minutes to see whether I can put the question.

Northern Ireland Assembly: Fair Price Commission (8 Oct 2002)

Ms Jane Morrice: It is indeed reasonable, Mr Dallat. I thank you for your question, but you are as aware as I am of Standing Orders, and a vote cannot take place without a quorum in the Chamber.

Northern Ireland Assembly: Fair Price Commission (8 Oct 2002)

Ms Jane Morrice: I am acting under Standing Orders; it is not for the Deputy Speaker to decide what is reasonable or not.

Northern Ireland Assembly: Fair Price Commission (8 Oct 2002)

Ms Jane Morrice: As Mr Savage has not indicated that, it would be impossible for me to say. However, perhaps he wishes to say whether he wishes a vote at this late stage.


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