Results 141–160 of 8380 for speaker:Lindsay Hoyle

Deferred Divisions: Prisons (Interference with Wireless Telegraphy) Bill (Money) (1 May 2018)

Lindsay Hoyle: Order. I was about to put the Question, but Mr Hanson wishes to speak.

Economic and Fiscal Outlook (30 Apr 2018)

Lindsay Hoyle: Order. Those are not normal terms that we would use in the House.

Domestic Gas and Electricity (Tariff Cap) Bill: Ongoing relative tariff differential (30 Apr 2018)

Lindsay Hoyle: I was not going to ignore you.

Assaults on Emergency Workers (Offences) Bill: Taking of samples under the Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (27 Apr 2018)

Lindsay Hoyle: With this it will be convenient to discuss the following: Amendment 5, page 6, line 6, leave out clause 5. Amendment 6, page 8, line 14, leave out clause 6. Amendment 7, in clause 7, page 9, line 37, leave out from “only,” to end of line 38. This amendment is consequential on Amendment 5. Amendment 8, in title,...

Assaults on Emergency Workers (Offences) Bill: Assaults on police constables (27 Apr 2018)

Lindsay Hoyle: With this it will be convenient to discuss the following: New clause 2—Assaults on police constables (No. 2)— “In section 89(1) of the Police Act 1996, leave out from ‘offence’ to end of subsection (1) and insert— ‘and liable— (a) on summary conviction, to imprisonment for a term not exceeding 12 months, or to a fine, or to both; (b) on...

Prayers (27 Apr 2018)

Lindsay Hoyle: I ask the Serjeant at Arms to investigate the delay in the No Lobby. The House divided: Ayes 2, Noes 69.

Petition - Royal Bank of Scotland Closure in Isle of Barra: Lung Cancer (26 Apr 2018)

Lindsay Hoyle: Before I put the question, I want to echo what Mr Speaker said. Welcome back, and know that this House is at its best when we need to support each other. I have been through that, and I cannot speak highly enough of the way that people get together. Welcome back, and may your health continue to be of the best. Question put and agreed to. House adjourned.

Customs and Borders (26 Apr 2018)

Lindsay Hoyle: Order.

Customs and Borders (26 Apr 2018)

Lindsay Hoyle: Order.

School Funding: Social Care (25 Apr 2018)

Lindsay Hoyle: Order.

School Funding: Social Care (25 Apr 2018)

Lindsay Hoyle: Order. I need to correct that. When I say “order”, it means you should stop. I am not trying to cause any problems. We must have short interventions. If not, I will have to put a time limit on speeches. Intervene, by all means, but interventions must be short.

School Funding: Social Care (25 Apr 2018)

Lindsay Hoyle: I believe there is a voluntary time limit of seven minutes. We are in danger of spoiling that. If we do, I will have to bring in a time limit of about 5 minutes. I do not want to do that, so I need Members to help me ensure that everybody gets an equal amount of time.

Surgical Mesh (19 Apr 2018)

Lindsay Hoyle: Order. The time limit for speeches is eight minutes.

Housing, Communities and Local Government Committee (19 Apr 2018)

Lindsay Hoyle: Excellent. It is good to welcome the hon. Member for Sheffield South East (Mr Betts) back to his place.

Surgical Mesh (19 Apr 2018)

Lindsay Hoyle: We now come to the Backbench debate on surgical mesh, in which Emma Hardy is to move the motion. As is the custom, she has around 15 minutes. I am sure there could be a little leeway, but Members should be aware we have an important debate to follow.

Laser Misuse (Vehicles) Bill [Lords] (Programme): Industrial Strategy (18 Apr 2018)

Lindsay Hoyle: Order. I am reducing the time limit to five minutes.

Laser Misuse (Vehicles) Bill [Lords] (Programme): Industrial Strategy (18 Apr 2018)

Lindsay Hoyle: Order. I just remind people that we have a lot of speakers in this debate. Short interventions, please.

Autism (29 Mar 2018)

Lindsay Hoyle: Order. This is a very important debate. I put a seven-minute limit on speeches to try to give everybody a chance to speak. Given the interventions, I will have to drop the limit for Members lower down the list. I do not think it is fair. Interventions have to be short, and Members should think about whether they need to intervene—especially when they are summing up at the end.

Autism (29 Mar 2018)

Lindsay Hoyle: Order. I call Barry Sheerman on a seven-minute limit.


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