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Results 1–20 of 8000 for (in the 'Commons debates' OR in the 'Westminster Hall debates' OR in the 'Lords debates' OR in the 'Northern Ireland Assembly debates') speaker:Rosie Winterton

Virtual Participation in Proceedings During the Pandemic (Temporary Orders) (4 Jun 2020)

Rosie Winterton: Before I call for the motion to be moved, I understand that Chris Bryant has withdrawn his amendment and has made that clear. Ordered, That the following order be made and have effect until 7 July 2020: (1) Members may participate in proceedings on Questions, Urgent Questions and Statements virtually, by electronic means approved by the Speaker. (2) Virtual participation in accordance with...

Proxy Voting (Temporary Standing Order) (4 Jun 2020)

Rosie Winterton: I have a short statement to make in relation to motions 3 to 5, which have been agreed to. Preparations are under way as a matter of urgency both to enable virtual participation in scrutiny proceedings and to extend proxy voting. Mr Speaker will write to all hon. Members tomorrow morning, and this will be sent to all hon. Members by email. Those hon. Members who expect to self-certify for...

EU-UK Partnership: EU’s Mandate (4 Jun 2020)

Rosie Winterton: That concludes the debate. I understand that the hon. Member for Sheffield Central (Paul Blomfield) wishes to withdraw his amendment.

EU-UK Partnership: EU’s Mandate (4 Jun 2020)

Rosie Winterton: I have a short announcement. Further to the House’s decision earlier this afternoon to hold an emergency debate on the matter of the arrangements for the conduct of House business during the covid-19 pandemic, I can announce that the debate will be held at the commencement of public business on Monday and will last for up to two hours. In order to allow the safe exit of right hon. and hon....

EU-UK Partnership: EU’s Mandate (4 Jun 2020)

Rosie Winterton: I call Duncan Baker. You have 90 seconds.

Points of Order (3 Jun 2020)

Rosie Winterton: I thank the right hon. Lady for her point of order; there were a lot of questions in there and I will do my best to respond. Obviously, I cannot answer on what discussions the Speaker has or has not had with members of the Government. I should also say that the Chair is not responsible for Government responses to the reports produced by her Committee, although, obviously, I hope that those...

Points of Order (3 Jun 2020)

Rosie Winterton: I thank the hon. Gentleman for his point of order. He has painted a scene of something that might happen at the end of the day, which I obviously cannot predict at this point because we do not know whether the business will run until 7 pm. However, not for the first time, he is correct—in saying that the motion cannot proceed after 7 pm if it is objected to. In the current circumstances, an...

Points of Order (3 Jun 2020)

Rosie Winterton: I am very grateful to the hon. Gentleman for clarifying that point. I thought that that might be the case, but it is best to have it on the record.

Points of Order (3 Jun 2020)

Rosie Winterton: I am grateful to the right hon. Lady for giving me notice of her point of order, and she raises an extremely important matter. I understand that the House authorities have urgently been putting measures in place to enable as much virtual witness participation in Committees as possible while at the same time enabling Members to participate in person, and that work is ongoing. I understand that...

Covid-19: UK Border Health Measures (3 Jun 2020)

Rosie Winterton: Order. I would like to get everybody in, which will require short questions and short answers.

Covid-19: UK Border Health Measures (3 Jun 2020)

Rosie Winterton: Order. If we are to get everybody in, we need very short questions and short answers. Just the question please. That is the best way to get through this.

Covid-19: UK Border Health Measures (3 Jun 2020)

Rosie Winterton: Order. Barracking is not a good look. We need to get through this quickly.

Parliamentary Constituencies Bill (2 Jun 2020)

Rosie Winterton: Order. There have been a number of interventions, which are putting pressure on other speakers. I will therefore reduce the time limit to four minutes after the next speaker.

Parliamentary Constituencies Bill (2 Jun 2020)

Rosie Winterton: I do not want to stop the cut and thrust of debate, but I remind right hon and hon. Members that interventions possibly have the effect of stopping not only others, but oneself from speaking, because there are a lot of people who want to get in on the debate. That is just a gentle reminder.

Parliamentary Constituencies Bill (2 Jun 2020)

Rosie Winterton: Order. We must have short interventions. A lot of people want to speak. I am sure the Minister will be winding up fairly soon, but if everybody wants to get in, Members should bear that in mind.

Parliamentary Constituencies Bill (2 Jun 2020)

Rosie Winterton: Order. Before I call the Opposition spokesperson, I give Back Benchers notice that I will impose an immediate time limit of five minutes.

Parliamentary Constituencies Bill (2 Jun 2020)

Rosie Winterton: Mr Speaker has selected the reasoned amendment in the name of the Leader of the Opposition and others. Under the provisions of the Business of the House (Today) motion, I will call a signatory of that amendment to move it at the conclusion of the debate.

Finance Bill (Ways and Means) (19 May 2020)

Rosie Winterton: I announced to the House earlier this afternoon the provisional determination that a remote Division would not take place on the Question now before the House. That is also Mr Speaker’s final determination. Question put and agreed to. Resolved, That (notwithstanding anything to the contrary in the practice of the House relating to the matters that may be included in Finance Bills) provision...

Finance Bill (Ways and Means) (19 May 2020)

Rosie Winterton: The time limit for speeches is four minutes, and I advise hon. Members who are speaking virtually to have a timing device visible.

Finance Bill (Ways and Means) (19 May 2020)

Rosie Winterton: I call Alison Thewliss, who is asked to speak for no more than five minutes.


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