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Thank you, Madam Deputy Speaker. My comments will be short. I tabled the amendment, but the Leader of the House has reassured me, so I do not intend to press it. I will make a couple of general comments before talking about the motion before us and the changes to the Standing Orders. The Cox report highlights concerns about behaviour that should trouble us all. Such unacceptable conduct...
There is only a short amount of time for each speaker, so I will not take any interventions. The only thing that I want to bring to the House’s attention is the fact that we must make this change with our eyes open. There are constitutional issues, so we must ensure that we do this with the full knowledge of the consequences. We must consider the individuals who will become lay members of...
As my right hon. Friend knows, I tabled an amendment relating to that issue. What I seek from her is an assurance that, when the Gemma White inquiry reports, we shall have an opportunity to revisit the issue and ensure that her analysis can be taken into consideration.
Conservative MP for Carlisle
Entered the House of Commons on 6 May 2010 — General election
John Stevenson campaigned to remain in the European Union Source: BBC
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Last updated: 7 Jan 2019.