Results 1–20 of 8142 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

Military Action Overseas: Parliamentary Approval: Anti-Semitism (17 Apr 2018)

Rosie Winterton: Order. I completely understand that colleagues have been very generous and that interventions have been taken, but I am sure that colleagues will also appreciate that we are very short of time, so after the next speaker, I shall reduce the time limit to four minutes.

Military Action Overseas: Parliamentary Approval: Anti-Semitism (17 Apr 2018)

Rosie Winterton: Order. First, the hon. Gentleman is using the word “you”. He should not be doing that, as it implies that I am undertaking certain actions. Secondly, robust debate requires a certain amount of moderation. I just ask him to remember that in what needs to be a very respectful debate.

Military Action Overseas: Parliamentary Approval: Anti-Semitism (17 Apr 2018)

Rosie Winterton: Order. The hon. Gentleman will be moderate.

Military Action Overseas: Parliamentary Approval: Anti-Semitism (17 Apr 2018)

Rosie Winterton: I think the Secretary of State was quoting from a letter, but I hope Members are very aware that in all other circumstances he should refer to the Leader of the Opposition not by name, but by constituency.

Military Action Overseas: Parliamentary Approval: Anti-Semitism (17 Apr 2018)

Rosie Winterton: What the Speaker said was that each Front-Bencher should speak for 20 minutes, including interventions. As the right hon. Gentleman says, there are about five minutes left.

Military Action Overseas: Parliamentary Approval: Anti-Semitism (17 Apr 2018)

Rosie Winterton: Order. Because of the large number of colleagues who wish to contribute to the debate, I will be imposing a five-minute time limit on Back-Bench speeches. First, I call the shadow Secretary of State, Andrew Gwynne.

Opposition Day: Local Government Funding (28 Mar 2018)

Rosie Winterton: That is not a point of order but a point of debate. A lot of people want to speak in this debate, so Members should not raise spurious points of order. If the hon. Gentleman wants to intervene on the Secretary of State, he can do so. Interventions should be short from now on, because there is a lot of pressure on time.

Opposition Day: Local Government Funding (28 Mar 2018)

Rosie Winterton: Order. May I say again that interventions need to be very short? I am sure that the Secretary of State will want to bring his remarks to a close soon without too many more interventions. If Members want to speak in this debate, they must bear in mind that we need to move on.

Opposition Day: Local Government Funding (28 Mar 2018)

Rosie Winterton: Before I call the Scottish National party spokesperson, let me again say that there is huge pressure on time in this debate. Therefore, after the hon. Member for Inverness, Nairn, Badenoch and Strathspey (Drew Hendry) has spoken, I will impose a six-minute time limit to start with. I urge colleagues to bear that in mind.

Opposition Day: Local Government Funding (28 Mar 2018)

Rosie Winterton: Order. The hon. Gentleman will give way if he wishes to, but we must hear his speech.

Opposition Day: Local Government Funding (28 Mar 2018)

Rosie Winterton: Order. The Speaker referred to this the other day: we really must not use the word “you.” Hon. Members have to address one another through the Chair. There is a reason for that, so I urge the hon. Lady and all hon. and right hon. Members to ensure that that convention stands.

Opposition Day: Local Government Funding (28 Mar 2018)

Rosie Winterton: Order. That is a very long intervention. I call Andrew Gwynne.

Bill Presented: Marriage (Same Sex Couples) (Northern Ireland) (28 Mar 2018)

Rosie Winterton: I have not had any such notification, although I would point out that the Bill has only just this minute gone through. Those on the Treasury Bench, however, will have heard the hon. Gentleman’s comments.

Bill Presented: Marriage (Same Sex Couples) (Northern Ireland) (28 Mar 2018)

Rosie Winterton: I thank the hon. Gentleman for raising that point of order. I will certainly look into the matter he raises and get back to him.

Worboys Case and the Parole Board: Point of Order (28 Mar 2018)

Rosie Winterton: I thank the hon. Lady for giving notice that she would raise this matter. I understand that the Government have tabled a motion to revoke the regulations she had prayed against and that they plan to lay replacement regulations in due course. I do not think I should be drawn on whether this is a precedent, but she has put her view on the record. I am of course happy to pass her comments on to...

EU Referendum: Electoral Law: National Security and Russia (26 Mar 2018)

Rosie Winterton: Order. Speaking of generous extra minutes, I am afraid that after the next speaker, I shall be reducing the time limit to seven minutes.

EU Referendum: Electoral Law: National Security and Russia (26 Mar 2018)

Rosie Winterton: Order. As colleagues will see, we have a great many speakers this evening, so after the speech by the leader of the Scottish National party, I will impose a time limit of eight minutes.

Grenfell Update: The Economy (22 Mar 2018)

Rosie Winterton: I thank the Leader of the House for her courtesy in letting us know as quickly as possible that the debate has changed.

Grenfell Update: The Economy (22 Mar 2018)

Rosie Winterton: I thank the hon. Lady for her point of order. I have not received any information from the Government on the matter she raises, but the Leader of the House is here, and I suggest that the hon. Lady discusses the specific point she raises through the usual channels.

Northern Ireland (Regional Rates and Energy) Bill (21 Mar 2018)

Rosie Winterton: The hon. Member for Pontypridd (Owen Smith) is speaking to the Second Reading, and I am sure he is consistent and will ensure he sticks to that.


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