I have taken a point of order from the hon. Gentleman. I hope that this is a different one.
The motion is not debatable. The Question will be put forthwith.
I hope that the hon. Gentleman is rising to make different a point of order.
The Minister should confine himself to reading the motion.
I am grateful to you, Mr. Speaker. The motion states:
That the Orders of 15th September and 16th November shall be supplemented as follows:
1. At this day's sitting proceedings on consideration of any Lords message relating to the Hunting Bill shall be brought to a conclusion (unless already concluded) one hour after commencement.
2. For the purpose of bringing proceedings to a conclusion in accordance with paragraph 1 the Speaker shall put the following questions forthwith (and no others)-
(1) any question which has been proposed from the Chair and has not yet been decided, and
(2) the question on any motion moved by a Minister of the Crown.
Paragraphs 3 to 5 of the Order of 16th November shall apply.
Order. I ask the Serjeant at Arms to find out what is happening.
The Clerk has informed me that a number of manuscript amendments have been tabled and, of course, I have promised hon. Members that I will give them consideration. In view of the number of manuscript amendments, I am going to suspend the House until 1.40 pm.