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Sexual Harassment and Violence in Schools (2 Nov 2017)

Rosie Winterton: Order. I am sure that colleagues can see that many Members wish to speak, so I shall start by imposing a time limit of six minutes.

Opposition Day - [4TH Allotted Day]: Armed Forces Pay (1 Nov 2017)

Rosie Winterton: I am sure the hon. Member for Plymouth, Moor View (Johnny Mercer) will feel that if he has referred to another hon. Member in that way, he might like to take an intervention.

Opposition Day - [4TH Allotted Day]: Armed Forces Pay (1 Nov 2017)

Rosie Winterton: Order. Can we not have conversation across the Chamber? This is an intervention and the hon. Member for Plymouth, Moor View will then respond to it.

Opposition Day - [4TH Allotted Day]: Armed Forces Pay (1 Nov 2017)

Rosie Winterton: Order. Given the number of speakers, I am going to have reduce the time limit to five minutes. I just remind hon. Members that interventions do take away from the time available to others.

Finance Bill: Digital reporting and record-keeping for income tax etc (31 Oct 2017)

Rosie Winterton: I call the Minister.

Finance Bill: Termination Payments Etc: Amounts Chargeable on Employment Income (31 Oct 2017)

Rosie Winterton: With this it will be convenient to discuss the following: Amendment 2, page 14, leave out lines 20 to 23. This amendment is consequential upon Amendment 1. Amendment 3, page 14, leave out lines 27 and 28 and insert— “(2) “Injury” in subsection (1) includes— (a) psychiatric injury, and (b) injured feelings.” This amendment explicitly...

Finance Bill: Deemed domicile: review of protection of overseas trusts (31 Oct 2017)

Rosie Winterton: Order. I am sure that when the hon. Member for Brentwood and Ongar (Alex Burghart) responds, he will ensure that his words are directly relevant to new clause 1. This is an important issue and I am sure that Members would not want people to think that we were treating it light-heartedly. We should be taking it very seriously.

Committees (26 Oct 2017)

Rosie Winterton: With the leave of the House, we will take motions 2 and 3 together. Ordered,

Modern Slavery Act 2015 (26 Oct 2017)

Rosie Winterton: Order.

Social Care (25 Oct 2017)

Rosie Winterton: Order.

Social Care (25 Oct 2017)

Rosie Winterton: Order. I am afraid that I am going to have to cut the time limit on Back-Bench speeches to three minutes as a lot of speakers are still waiting to get in.

Social Care (25 Oct 2017)

Rosie Winterton: Order.

Social Care (25 Oct 2017)

Rosie Winterton: Order. Before I call the hon. Member for Central Ayrshire (Dr Whitford), who is speaking for the SNP, let me say that we have a lot of speakers this afternoon, so after her speech I will bring in a time limit. The time limit will be five minutes to start with, but it may have to be reduced later.

Automated and Electric Vehicles Bill (23 Oct 2017)

Rosie Winterton: After my strictures, a lot of Members have obviously withdrawn from making their speeches, so we can move to Andy McDonald.

Automated and Electric Vehicles Bill (23 Oct 2017)

Rosie Winterton: Order. I had hoped that we would not have to impose another time limit, but I have so many speakers left that I am going to impose a three-minute limit.

Tobacco Control Plan: Valproate and Foetal Anticonvulsant Syndrome (19 Oct 2017)

Rosie Winterton: Order. If colleagues could stick to around nine minutes, we will be able to get everybody in.

Universal Credit Roll-Out (18 Oct 2017)

Rosie Winterton: Order.

Universal Credit Roll-Out (18 Oct 2017)

Rosie Winterton: Order.

Universal Credit Roll-Out (18 Oct 2017)

Rosie Winterton: There are still approximately 60 Members who wish to speak in this debate, so I shall reduce the time limit to three minutes after the next speaker. Do bear in mind that every intervention means that somebody else is less likely to speak, as it adds time to a speech.

Finance Bill: Termination payments etc: amounts chargeable on employment income (11 Oct 2017)

Rosie Winterton: Order. There are too many sedentary interventions, and it makes it rather difficult for the Hansard writers, as well as everyone else.


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