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Mary HONEYBALL Mary HONEYBALL
Mary HONEYBALL
United Kingdom

Date of birth : , Weymouth

5th parliamentary term Mary HONEYBALL

Political groups

  • 17-02-2000 / 19-07-2004 : Group of the Party of European Socialists - Member

National parties

  • 17-02-2000 / 19-07-2004 : Labour Party (United Kingdom)

Member

  • 13-03-2000 / 14-01-2002 : Committee on Regional Policy, Transport and Tourism
  • 11-04-2000 / 14-01-2002 : Delegation to the EU-Cyprus Joint Parliamentary Committee
  • 12-03-2001 / 14-01-2002 : Committee on Women's Rights and Equal Opportunities
  • 17-01-2002 / 19-07-2004 : Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs
  • 17-01-2002 / 19-07-2004 : Committee on Women's Rights and Equal Opportunities
  • 07-02-2002 / 30-04-2004 : Delegation to the EU-Cyprus Joint Parliamentary Committee

Substitute

  • 01-03-2000 / 14-01-2002 : Committee on Employment and Social Affairs
  • 17-01-2002 / 19-07-2004 : Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Consumer Policy
  • 07-02-2002 / 30-04-2004 : Delegation to the EU-Malta Joint Parliamentary Committee

Activities

Contributions to plenary debates

Speeches made during the plenary session and written declarations relating to plenary debates. Rules Rule 204 and 171(11)

Electronic road toll systems

17-12-2003 P5_CRE(2003)12-17(5)

Taxation of passenger cars

05-11-2003 P5_CRE(2003)11-05(15)

Health care and care for the elderly

14-01-2003 P5_CRE(2003)01-14(8)

Reports - as rapporteur

A rapporteur is appointed in the responsible parliamentary committee to draft a report on proposals of a legislative or budgetary nature, or other issues. In drafting their report, rapporteurs may consult with relevant experts and stakeholders. They are also responsible for the drafting of compromise amendments and negotiations with shadow rapporteurs. Reports adopted at committee level are then examined and voted on in plenary. Rule 55

Report on the proposal for a European Parliament and Council directive on summer-time arrangements - Committee on Regional Policy, Transport and Tourism

28-11-2000 A5-0356/2000 PE 286.610DEF RETT
Mary HONEYBALL

Motions for resolutions

Members can table an individual motion on issues falling within the EU’s sphere of activity. This motion is forwarded to the responsible committee for consideration.Rule 143

Parliamentary questions

Questions for oral answer with debate may be tabled by a committee, a political group or at least 5% of Parliament’s component Members . The addressees are other EU institutions. The Conference of Presidents decides whether, and in what order, questions are placed on the final draft agenda for a Plenary sitting. Rule 128