Results 201–220 of 3146 for speaker:Mr Geoffrey Lofthouse

Orders of the Day — Crime and Punishment (Scotland) Bill (5 Nov 1996)

Mr Geoffrey Lofthouse: Order. The hon. Gentleman is not suggesting that the Secretary of State is lying to the House, is he? If he is, I must ask him to withdraw his suggestion.

Orders of the Day — Crime and Punishment (Scotland) Bill (5 Nov 1996)

Mr Geoffrey Lofthouse: Order. I can manage without the hon. Gentleman. I was not entirely sure whether the hon. Member for Dumbarton (Mr. McFall) was in fact withdrawing his remarks, which could suggest that the Secretary of State was telling lies.

Orders of the Day — Crime and Punishment (Scotland) Bill (5 Nov 1996)

Mr Geoffrey Lofthouse: I hope that it is a genuine point of order.

Orders of the Day — Crime and Punishment (Scotland) Bill (5 Nov 1996)

Mr Geoffrey Lofthouse: I hope so.

Orders of the Day — Crime and Punishment (Scotland) Bill (5 Nov 1996)

Mr Geoffrey Lofthouse: Order. I have just dealt with the matter, and that is final.

Orders of the Day — Crime and Punishment (Scotland) Bill (5 Nov 1996)

Mr Geoffrey Lofthouse: The hon. Gentleman asks whether it is in order for the hon. Lady to mislead the House. Hon. Members should not wittingly mislead the House, and I am sure that the hon. Lady was not doing so.

Prayers: Improving Schools Programme (1 Nov 1996)

Mr Geoffrey Lofthouse: Order. I have been pretty tolerant of the hon. Member for Castle Point (Dr. Spink). He is straying from the subject of the debate. Will he please get back to the subject that we are debating?

Orders of the Day — The Economy (30 Oct 1996)

Mr Geoffrey Lofthouse: Order. While I have been in the Chair every other Member has had a reasonable hearing. I hope that Conservative Members, not least those on the Front Bench, will give the hon. Lady a fair hearing.

Orders of the Day — The Economy (30 Oct 1996)

Mr Geoffrey Lofthouse: Order.

Orders of the Day — The Economy (30 Oct 1996)

Mr Geoffrey Lofthouse: Order. The hon. Gentleman's 10 minutes are up.

Orders of the Day — The Economy (30 Oct 1996)

Mr Geoffrey Lofthouse: Order. Time is up.

Orders of the Day — The Economy (30 Oct 1996)

Mr Geoffrey Lofthouse: Order. Time is up.

Orders of the Day — Education and Local Government (29 Oct 1996)

Mr Geoffrey Lofthouse: That is a matter of opinion, not a point of order for me.

Orders of the Day — Education and Local Government (29 Oct 1996)

Mr Geoffrey Lofthouse: I did not think that it sounded like a state paper. [HON. MEMBERS: "It was."] Order. We shall probably now find out whether it was or not.

Orders of the Day — Foreign Affairs and Defence (24 Oct 1996)

Mr Geoffrey Lofthouse: Order. The hon. Gentleman did speak last night and he is having another go this afternoon.

Defence Estimates (15 Oct 1996)

Mr Geoffrey Lofthouse: Order. Mr.Bruce George.

Defence Estimates (15 Oct 1996)

Mr Geoffrey Lofthouse: Order. We are supposed to be debating the defence estimates.

Defence Estimates (15 Oct 1996)

Mr Geoffrey Lofthouse: Order. Before I call the next speaker, I must remind the House that Madam Speaker has placed a limit of 10 minutes on all Back-Bench speeches between 7.30 and 9 pm.

Defence Estimates: First Day (14 Oct 1996)

Mr Geoffrey Lofthouse: Order. That is a very long intervention. The hon. Gentleman has been here long enough to know that interventions are meant to be short.

Orders of the Day — Central Railway Order (24 Jul 1996)

Mr Geoffrey Lofthouse: I must advise the House that Madam Speaker has placed a 10-minute limit on Back-Bench speeches in this debate.


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