Results 241–260 of 3146 for speaker:Mr Geoffrey Lofthouse

Points of Order (18 Jul 1996)

Mr Geoffrey Lofthouse: I will try to satisfy the hon. Gentleman's curiosity. The notice of motion is in the usual place on the Order Paper. With all his experience, the hon. Gentleman knows that the decision about when such motions appear is a matter for the Government.

Points of Order (18 Jul 1996)

Mr Geoffrey Lofthouse: Order. The hon. Gentleman must not refer to a failed application under Standing Order No. 20.

Points of Order (18 Jul 1996)

Mr Geoffrey Lofthouse: I have already answered the hon. Gentleman on this point of order. I am not aware that the Leader of the House wishes to reply.

Points of Order (18 Jul 1996)

Mr Geoffrey Lofthouse: Order. If the hon. Gentleman is continuing his point of order—I assume he is—he should address it to me, not to the Leader of the House. The answer is the Administration Committee. I do not think that I can be of any further assistance to the hon. Gentleman on this point of order.

Points of Order (18 Jul 1996)

Mr Geoffrey Lofthouse: The Committees are appointed by the House. In fact, there have also been written answers about it. I can go no further to help the hon. Gentleman this afternoon.

Points of Order (18 Jul 1996)

Mr Geoffrey Lofthouse: The hon. Gentleman is again questioning a failed Standing Order No. 20 application, on which I have ruled. It has not been brought to my notice that any hon. Members who wish to be in the House today have found it impossible to do so.

Bill Presented: The Economy (17 Jul 1996)

Mr Geoffrey Lofthouse: Order. Time is up.

Bill Presented: The Economy (17 Jul 1996)

Mr Geoffrey Lofthouse: Order. If the hon. Members who are hoping to catch my eye are brief, they will be able to speak.

Bill Presented: The Economy (17 Jul 1996)

Mr Geoffrey Lofthouse: Order. The House must now settle down. The Chancellor was given a reasonable hearing, and the shadow Chancellor must have the same.

Bill Presented: The Economy (17 Jul 1996)

Mr Geoffrey Lofthouse: Order. I have just told the House that it must settle down and give the shadow Chancellor a fair hearing.

Bill Presented: The Economy (17 Jul 1996)

Mr Geoffrey Lofthouse: Order. The Chair will decide what is in order.

Bill Presented: The Economy (17 Jul 1996)

Mr Geoffrey Lofthouse: It must be in order, or the Chair would have ruled it out of order.

Bill Presented: The Economy (17 Jul 1996)

Mr Geoffrey Lofthouse: Order.

Bill Presented: The Economy (17 Jul 1996)

Mr Geoffrey Lofthouse: Order. That is a total abuse of the House. It is not a point of order for me. It is nothing but gimmickry.

Opposition Day: Stone of Destiny (16 Jul 1996)

Mr Geoffrey Lofthouse: Order. That is again a bogus point of order. The Minister must have been in order—

Opposition Day: Stone of Destiny (16 Jul 1996)

Mr Geoffrey Lofthouse: Order. Did I hear the hon. Gentleman right?

Opposition Day: Stone of Destiny (16 Jul 1996)

Mr Geoffrey Lofthouse: Order. The hon. Gentleman certainly did not find a parliamentary alternative there. He was completely out of order. I take it that he has withdrawn.

Opposition Day: Stone of Destiny (16 Jul 1996)

Mr Geoffrey Lofthouse: Order. There is a point of order.

Opposition Day: Stone of Destiny (16 Jul 1996)

Mr Geoffrey Lofthouse: Order. That was a waste of time, because the hon. Gentleman knows full well that that is not a point of order for me.

Opposition Day: Ministry of Defence Housing (16 Jul 1996)

Mr Geoffrey Lofthouse: Order.


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