On a point of Order. May I ask you whether there are precedents for moving the closure after such a short discussion as we have had upon this Unemployment Vote. It is a fairly important Vote and may I ask you whether there is a precedent for accepting that Motion when no fewer than 30 Members rose in order to continue the Debate. It seems to me that as we have sat all night we might have at least allowed the Members on this side, who feel extremely keenly on this question of unemployment, to have their say and also the Minister of Labour.
I do not think we can agree with the Committee in that Resolution. It seems to me that this is an opportunity for making some sort of protest against the action, not of you, Sir, in the Chair—