Points of Order

Part of the debate – in the House of Commons at 4:22 pm on 28th June 2000.

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Mr. Humfrey Matins:

On a point of order, Madam Speaker. I am not sure whether this is a point of order, but I hope that it is. The whole House will have heard the Secretary of State say in his statement that the importance of the Post Office cannot be underestimated. It is clear that the right hon. Gentleman must have meant "overestimated". He may want to correct that, because Hansard is bound to record what he said—namely, that its importance cannot be underestimated.