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Orders of the Day — REPRESENTATION OF THE PEOPLE (No. 2) BILL. (3 Feb 1931)

Dr Marion Phillips: ...member of the community, the university graduate. I feel sure that it cannot be honestly held by any graduates that graduation at a university gives them a political wisdom above that of their fellows. I think it will be found that political wisdom is a matter of study and experience in life, which too many of those who live the quiet life of security in scholarly and similar positions...

Televising of Proceedings of the House (19 Jul 1990)

Mrs Marion Roe: I shall endeavour to keep my remarks brief and to the point, as I certainly would not wish to deprive fellow hon. Members of air time on this important issue. I believe that the one-year experiment in televising the proceedings of the House has been a television success but a political failure. I certainly endorse the points made by the hon. Member for Workington (Mr. Campbell-Savours) and...

Prayers: Children's Health (25 Mar 1998)

Mrs Marion Roe: ...with the same condition. Safety margins are much narrower and, due to their stage of development, children have difficulty in telling us what is wrong, particularly when they are ill. Like my fellow Select Committee members, I had always assumed that health professionals, particularly those for whom children are the focus of their work, would be required to have undertaken specific...

Scottish Parliament: Motion of Condolence (13 Oct 2000)

John Swinney: ...associating the Scottish National Party with the motion moved by Jim Wallace. I wish to express the sadness of the Scottish National Party at the death of Donald Dewar and to extend our sympathy to Marion and Ian Dewar, to Donald's many friends and to all those who worked alongside him in the Executive, in the Labour party, in the civil service and in the Scottish Parliament. We have all...

Scottish Parliament: National Tartan Day (15 Mar 2001)

Alasdair Morrison: ...my colleague Dennis Canavan that I intend to return to Scotland. David Mundell mentioned the great American icon and legend, John Wayne. His real name was, of course, Morrison. His first name was Marion, which was my mother's name— [Laughter.] I would like to pay tribute to those who have contributed to the development of tartan day in the United States. It is a tremendous initiative...

Welsh Affairs (28 Feb 2002)

Huw Irranca-Davies: ..., we would not have agreed on everything, but his reputation as an outspoken parliamentarian on behalf of the people of Ogmore and a true champion of his communities is a legacy in which his widow Marion and his daughter Janice Gregory, Assembly Member for Ogmore, can take great pride. Let us honour Sir Ray Powell and all those parliamentarians and advocates of social justice and...

Scottish Parliament: Time for Reflection (19 Feb 2003)

The Rev Marion Dodd (Minister of Kelso Old and Sprouston, Jedburgh Presbytery): I thank you, Sir David, for the opportunity to be here, and I congratulate you on your elevation to a higher seat in this chamber come May. To all members I say that you and I have something in common, quite apart from the fear and trepidation of standing up here for the first time. We share a common task; we...

Public Bill Committee: Asylum and Immigration (Treatment of Claimants, etc.) Bill (8 Jan 2004)

Mrs Marion Roe: ...and a Ways and Means resolution in connection with the Bill. Copies of them are available in the Room. I also remind Members that adequate notice of amendments should generally be given. My fellow Chairman and I do not intend to call starred amendments, including any that may be reached during an afternoon sitting of the Committee.Clause 1 Assisting unlawful immigration

Death Penalty Cases (British Citizens) (21 Jul 2004)

Alistair Carmichael: Thank you, Dame Marion. You have a distinguished career as a Select Committee Chairman, but I have not before had the pleasure of serving under your chairmanship in Westminster Hall. I am pleased that the Under-Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, the hon. Member for Sunderland, South (Mr. Mullin), is in his place. He has a distinguished past as a campaigner on several...

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

Margaret Hodge: On a point of order, Dame Marion. I am looking at the time: the sitting is drawing to an end. Although I know that hon. Members want to debate other issues, they will be able to do so on Report. I express my thanks, Dame Marion, to you and your co-Chairman, Mr. Benton, for chairing the Committee in such an admirable way. You have both been fair and shown an interest in the proceedings, yet...

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

Mrs Marion Roe: ...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 reached during an afternoon sitting.

Written Answers — Constitutional Affairs: Postal Votes (24 May 2005)

Harriet Harman: ...should have been declared duly elected. 6 May 1999 Daneside Ward of Seaham town council Steven Paul Colbon Geraldine Bleasdale, John Henry Bleasdale, James Dickinson Edwards, Toni Robson, Marion Florence Wood, James Sheenin Nomination rejected as invalid Special case 30 July 1999 Petition dismissed. Issued out of time 26 May 1999 Selby central ward, Selby district council...

Written Answers — Constitutional Affairs: Electoral Administration/Register (15 Jun 2005)

Harriet Harman: ...should have been declared duly elected 6 May1999 Daneside Ward of Seaham Town Council Steven Paul Colbon Geraldine Bleasdale John Henry Bleasdale James Dickinson Edwards Toni Robson Marion Florence Wood James Sheenin Nomination rejected as invalid Special Case 30 July 1999 Petition Dismissed. Issued out of time 26 May 1999 Selby Central Ward, Selby District Council Wendy...

Inter-Parliamentary Union (16 Jun 2005)

Anne McIntosh: ..., science and culture. I join the vice-chairman of the British group, the hon. Member for Kingswood, in paying tribute to the retiring members of the IPU British group, in particular to Dame Marion Roe, John Wilkinson and Tom Cox. They made a considerable contribution spanning a substantial period. Also noteworthy, particularly with the phenomenal peacekeeping work that the United Nations...

Scottish Parliament: William Simpson's Home (Transfer of Property etc) (Scotland) Bill: Preliminary Stage (12 May 2010)

David Stewart: ...to continue that emphasis in the new constitution. We heard in the evidence that was given how the home will be able to update its facilities and move into phases 2 and 3 of its development. Marion Robinson of Forth Valley Advocacy said that she thought that there is, among the home's residents, "a positive feeling about the future." Dennis Canavan, the home's patron, explained how he...

Scottish Parliament: William Simpson's Home (Transfer of Property etc) (Scotland) Bill (9 Jun 2010)

Shirley-Anne Somerville: ...that they require, and they certainly do not get the level of rehabilitation services that William Simpson's home can offer. It is a unique provider in the current market." That was confirmed by Marion Robinson from Forth Advocacy, who has direct contact with users of the home. She pointed out: "The home is a unique setting, which is greatly in demand. The tragedy is that there are not...

Postal Services Bill (Programme) (No. 2): Munro Report (9 Jun 2011)

Tim Loughton: ...only Government-led debate on child protection in Government time that I can recall in my 14 years in the House. The debate is therefore long overdue and it reflects the importance that I and my fellow Ministers attach to child protection. It is an enormous privilege to lead the debate and I look forward to what I am sure will be a constructive discussion, as I know that hon. Members on...

Members Sworn (20 May 2015)

John Bercow: ...Deborah Champion, Rotherham Helen Elizabeth Hayes, Dulwich and West Norwood Victoria Jane Foxcroft, Lewisham, Deptford Brendan O’Hara, Argyll and Bute Kirsten Frances Oswald, East Renfrewshire Marion Fellows, Motherwell and Wishaw Tasmina Ahmed-Sheikh, Ochil and South Perthshire Mark Andrew Pritchard, The Wrekin Christopher John Pincher, Tamworth Nadhim Zahawi, Stratford-on-Avon Marie...

Devolution and Growth Across Britain (3 Jun 2015)

...Donaldson Jim Dowd Peter Dowd Jack Dromey Michael Dugher Mark Durkan Angela Eagle Maria Eagle Jonathan Edwards Clive Efford Julie Elliott Louise Ellman Bill Esterson Chris Evans Paul Farrelly Marion Fellows Margaret Ferrier Frank Field Jim Fitzpatrick Rob Flello Colleen Fletcher Caroline Flint Paul Flynn Yvonne Fovargue Vicky Foxcroft Mike Gapes Barry Gardiner Stephen Gethins Patricia...

Business of the House: The Economy (4 Jun 2015)

...Donaldson Stephen Doughty Jim Dowd Peter Dowd Jack Dromey Michael Dugher Mark Durkan Angela Eagle Maria Eagle Jonathan Edwards Clive Efford Louise Ellman Bill Esterson Chris Evans Paul Farrelly Marion Fellows Margaret Ferrier Frank Field Jim Fitzpatrick Robert Flello Colleen Fletcher Caroline Flint Paul Flynn Yvonne Fovargue Vicky Foxcroft Mike Gapes Barry Gardiner Stephen Gethins Patricia...


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