Point of Order

– in the House of Commons at 12:38 pm on 10th November 2005.

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Photo of Clive Betts Clive Betts Labour, Sheffield, Attercliffe 12:38 pm, 10th November 2005

On a point of order, Mr. Deputy Speaker. In response to my question about bus services, I think that the Leader of the House—inadvertently, I am sure—gave some incorrect information. While it is true that bus passenger numbers have grown considerably inside London, they have generally fallen outside London in recent years. Would it be possible for the Leader of the House or the Secretary of State for Transport to make an early oral or written statement to correct the information that was given?

Photo of Alan Haselhurst Alan Haselhurst Deputy Speaker and Chairman of Ways and Means

That is not a point of order for the Chair. It sounded very much like an extra question to the Leader of the House, and the hon. Gentleman has been lucky to get it on record.