Former MP, Cities of London and Westminster
Order. The invitation to ask a supplementary question is an invitation to ask one question.
I do not think that that raises a point of order, but I should like to take the opportunity of pointing out that all I am allowed to allow on a statement is the asking of a few questions. It is very difficult to fit in many questions by back bench Members if Front Bench Members ask all the questions. I wish not to reprove, but to invite indulgence.
I was about to conclude this matter and to make some observations on those lines myself. Without further comment, I leave the matter to the right hon. Gentleman. Perhaps I might say that I shall have to ask my fellow Members, to whom I have thought fit to allot time for Adjournment debates, to impact their speeches as much as they can so that we do not squeeze out others.
Former MP for Cities of London and Westminster
Entered the House of Commons on 23 February 1950 — General election
Left the House of Commons on 2 September 1965 — Died
Also represented City of York
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