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Points of Order
#1
Points of order may be raised to the Speaker here. Do so at your own peril.
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#2
On a point of order, Mr Speaker, I'm slightly puzzled by the early division on M-1. As the rules state, "Time will be allocated for division on this matter" does not represent an immediate request for a division on the question, but rather an indication that division should occur after debate has died down (see here). I certainly did not intend to have it moved to division before the opposition had even had a single opportunity to scrutinise it.

I would request that the division be halted until after debate has been given more opportunity to arise, or clarification on this decision.
the Rt Hon. Elaine Ashbury MP | Norwich North (2009-present)
Secretary of State for Education (2015-present)
Chairwoman of the Conservative Party (2015-present)
Leader of the House of Commons (2015-present)

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#3
Order!

Clearly there has been some confusion regarding the wording of the move for discussion and I accept the point of order for moving back to debate. Apologies, a rare slip of the mind.
"We all know that Mary has a nice cat" - Fairbanks
"Nice pussy" - Coombes
"Nice pussy" - Max
"Oh look, it's Mary's massive pussy" - Keynes
"Aw. Mary touching her pussy" - Fairbanks

"Mary loves pussy" - Ed

Keynes: "@Mad_Mary do you want normies off your stream?"
Me: "NORMIES GET OFF MY STREAM REEEEEEEEEEEEEE"
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#4
Point of Order Mr Speaker.

Surely it is out of order for the Government to guillotine a Bill before they have even spoken to introduce it?
Lucas Hamilton
Labour MP for West Ham 2010-Onwards
Deputy Leader of the Labour Party: 2015-Onwards

Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer: 2015-Onwards
Mayor of London: 2000-2008
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#5
Point of order Mr Speaker, the Home Secretary has ignored questions put to him.
Rt. Hon. George Michael Cosmatos MP

Member of Parliament for Birmingham Ladywood
Shadow Home Secretary
Labour Party
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#6
Order!

Members of the government are reminded to answer questions in the house without a delay (ooc: see rules), i will name them if this happens again
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#7
Order! Whilst the Right Hon. Shadow Chancellor is right to raise his point of order, that it is highly unusual to move to guillotining of legislation before the government speaks on it, it does not, as far as I am aware, break any Parliamentary rules. Therefore the bill may be and shall be guillotined.
"We all know that Mary has a nice cat" - Fairbanks
"Nice pussy" - Coombes
"Nice pussy" - Max
"Oh look, it's Mary's massive pussy" - Keynes
"Aw. Mary touching her pussy" - Fairbanks

"Mary loves pussy" - Ed

Keynes: "@Mad_Mary do you want normies off your stream?"
Me: "NORMIES GET OFF MY STREAM REEEEEEEEEEEEEE"
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#8
Mr Speaker,

Despite your earlier warnings, the Home Secretary continues to ignore the questions put to him in the house.
Rt. Hon. George Michael Cosmatos MP

Member of Parliament for Birmingham Ladywood
Shadow Home Secretary
Labour Party
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#9
On a Point of Order, Mr Speaker,

Is it in order to say that another Member had misled the House, as the Member for Tottenham has done?
http://politicsuk.net/hastings/showthrea...5#pid31475
Nick Brazier - Conservative Party
Member of Parliament for Hemel Hempstead
Chancellor of the Exchequer (2015-present)
Government Chief Whip (2015-present)
Former Secretary of State for Justice (2012-2015)


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Robert Brazier - Conservative Party
Member of Parliament for South West Hertfordshire
Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer (1974-present)


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Victor Brazier - Conservative Party
Member of Parliament for Worthing
Chief Secretary to the Treasury (1988-present)
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#10
Mr. Speaker,

I am yet to receive a response to my question to the Health Secretary.

http://politicsuk.net/hastings/showthread.php?tid=5325
Roger J. Massingley
Member of Parliament for Leeds West (1992 - )
Shadow Secretary of State for Health and Welfare (2015 - )
Opposition Chief Whip (2015 - )
Labour Party
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#11
Order, while the Hon member is right to raise this point of order, the Health Secretary i believe has answered his question
Edward
Special Advisor for the Treasury and Foreign Office
Advisor for the Labour Party

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#12
Mr Speaker,

Is it in order for the right honourable Home Secretary to respond to a question posed to him during Question Time by saying that it "does not warrant a response"?
Gareth Edwards MP | Welsh Labour & Co-operative
Member of Parliament for Cardiff Central (2015- )
Aelod Seneddol (Llafur Cydweithredol) dros Canol Caerdydd (2015- )
Shadow Regions & Local Government Secretary (2015- )
Shadow Home Secretary (2015- )

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#13
Mr Speaker,

http://politicsuk.net/hastings/showthrea...2#pid31722
Nadia Templeton
Cambridge

Leader of the Liberal Democrats


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