On a point of order, Mr. Speaker. Have you received a request from the Leader of the Opposition to clarify his remarks during Prime Minister's questions last week, when he alleged that the previous Conservative Government had kept an individual—Mr. al-Qaradawi—out of the country, when in fact we know that he had been let in about half a dozen times? Have you received such a request, and if so, would you—
Order. That is not a matter for the Chair.
On a point of order, Mr. Speaker. You will be aware that on Thursday last week, during business questions, Sir George Young, following a Liaison Committee meeting, mentioned the change that was proposed at extraordinarily short notice to the way in which this House scrutinises European legislation. You will also be aware that we are frequently criticised for the superficiality of the role that we play in scrutinising European legislation. I am therefore somewhat surprised to discover on the Order Paper for today not only that a timetable has been attached to that business, but that, despite the mollifying words of the Leader of the House on Thursday, it would appear that we are going ahead with no consultation with either the Liaison Committee or the Committee concerned.
Is the hon. Lady referring to motion 4 on the Order Paper?
The fact of the matter is that the hon. Lady can oppose the motion. If it is taken after 10 o'clock, it will be nod or nothing, but before 10 o'clock the hon. Lady could speak to it.