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On a point of order, Mr Speaker. During Work and Pensions questions, the Minister of State, Chris Grayling said in reply to a question from my right hon. Friend Stephen Timms that he had not been rebuked by the UK Statistics Authority for misusing statistics. His memory might have failed him, because he was chastised for using misleading statistics on nationality and national insurance data, on work capability appeals and, while in opposition, on violent crime. How can the record be corrected?
I think that the hon. Gentleman has just done it. I hope that he will rest content with his efforts.