Orders of the Day — Gynaecology (Privacy)

– in the House of Commons at 1:28 pm on 13th March 1990.

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Motion made, and Question proposed, That this House do now adjourn.—[Mr. Dorell.]

Photo of Miss Emma Nicholson Miss Emma Nicholson , Torridge and West Devon

The purpose of the debate is to restore to women the dignity and privacy on gynaecological matters that the new—[Interruption.]

Photo of Mr Allan Rogers Mr Allan Rogers , Rhondda

The hon. Member for Liverpool, Mossley Hill (Mr. Alton) has not presented his petition.

Photo of Mr Bernard Weatherill Mr Bernard Weatherill , Croydon North East

Order. I call on the hon. Gentleman to put his petition in the bag. Miss Nicholson.

Photo of Miss Emma Nicholson Miss Emma Nicholson , Torridge and West Devon

The purpose of the debate is to restore to women the dignity and privacy that the new GPs' contract has inadvertently removed.

Several Hon. Members:

On a point of order, Mr. Speaker.

Several Hon. Members:

rose

Photo of Mr Bernard Weatherill Mr Bernard Weatherill , Croydon North East

Order. Hon. Members should sit down, as we are in the middle of the Adjournment debate[Interruption.]

Grave disorder having arisen in the House, Mr. Speaker, pursuant to Standing Order No. 26 (Power of Mr. Speaker to adjourn House or suspend sitting), adjourned the House without Question put.

Adjourned at Twenty-nine minutes past one pm.