Former MP, Hendon North
On a point of order, Mr. Speaker. Knowing that you are as anxious to speed up Questions as back bench hon. Members are, do you consider it helpful if Questions which obviously will not be reached, like Nos. 51 and 52 today, have to be taken with earlier Questions? If they are beyond the normal limit of Questions, it is important that they take their rightful position instead of being brought...
On a point of order. It is not yet ten o'clock.
On a point of order. To clarify matters, Mr. Speaker, would it not be a good idea if we had clocks with a second hand sweeping round so that we could see exactly what the time was, as is done in every modern organisation?
Former MP for Hendon North
Entered House of Commons on 23 February 1950 — General election
Left Parliament on 29 April 1970 — General election
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