I shall be very brief as I hope, Mr. Speaker, that you will call Mr. Stuart. I just want to put on record my dismay at the introduction of what I see as a steamroller to crack the nut of home education.
I may have disagreements with some of the home educators in my constituency, but I would like to feel that they have had the opportunity to put across their points of view, not just in petitions organised by the hon. Member for Beverley and Holderness but in a proper debate in this place. We have not had the opportunity to have that debate. That is why I voted against the Bill on Second Reading, and why I will vote against it on Third Reading.
It is a fundamental-
Debate interrupted (Programme Order, this day).
Mr. Speaker put forthwith the Question already proposed from the Chair (
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