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Budget Resolutions and Economic Situation (11 Mar 1992)

Mr Bernard Weatherill: Order. The right hon. and learned Gentleman has given way once.

Budget Resolutions and Economic Situation (11 Mar 1992)

Mr Bernard Weatherill: Nothing out of order has occurred.

Budget Resolutions and Economic Situation (11 Mar 1992)

Mr Bernard Weatherill: I am not responsible for the replies.

Budget Resolutions and Economic Situation (11 Mar 1992)

Mr Bernard Weatherill: Order. The right hon. and learned Member for Monklands, East (Mr. Smith) has given way.

Budget Resolutions and Economic Situation (11 Mar 1992)

Mr Bernard Weatherill: Order. I hope that we shall now proceed in good order. Will hon. Members please leave quietly if they are not remaining in the Chamber?

Business of the House (11 Mar 1992)

Mr Bernard Weatherill: Order. I ask the House to behave in an orderly manner.

Business of the House (11 Mar 1992)

Mr Bernard Weatherill: Order. This is a very narrow statement. The Leader of the House has announced that he will be making a fuller business statement tomorrow. In equity, I shall call two Back Benchers, one from each side, and we shall then move on to the Budget debate. As there is great pressure on business today, I shall have to impose a limit on speeches.

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Industry: Short-termism (11 Mar 1992)

Mr Bernard Weatherill: Order. Let us get to the question. Please hurry up.

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Industry: Short-termism (11 Mar 1992)

Mr Bernard Weatherill: Order. That was a very long-winded question.

Oral Answers to Questions — Employment: Payroll Levy (10 Mar 1992)

Mr Bernard Weatherill: Order. I ask the House to settle down and listen to the questions.

Oral Answers to Questions — Employment: Disabled People (Unemployment) (10 Mar 1992)

Mr Bernard Weatherill: Order. If the Minister has not got the message, perhaps he had better be given it.

Oral Answers to Questions — Employment: Merseyside Training and Enterprise Council (10 Mar 1992)

Mr Bernard Weatherill: Order. May I ask the House not to indulge in private conversations. It is difficult to hear even at this end.

Oral Answers to Questions — Employment: EC Working Time Directive (10 Mar 1992)

Mr Bernard Weatherill: Order.

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (10 Mar 1992)

Mr Bernard Weatherill: Order. This is very unseemly behaviour.

Points of Order (9 Mar 1992)

Mr Bernard Weatherill: I am aware that there has been some difficulty with that sophisticated entry and exit system. I shall ask the Serjeant at Arms to investigate.

Points of Order (9 Mar 1992)

Mr Bernard Weatherill: Order. It cannot arise out of questions or it would not be a matter for me.

Points of Order (9 Mar 1992)

Mr Bernard Weatherill: I cannot answer that question because I am not responsible for Ministers' answers. The hon. Gentleman should pursue the matter directly, possibly by letter, with the Secretary of State.

Points of Order (9 Mar 1992)

Mr Bernard Weatherill: I did not see that programme. Thank goodness, I am not responsible for what goes on in television studios.

Points of Order (9 Mar 1992)

Mr Bernard Weatherill: Order. In that case, the hon. Gentleman should write to me.


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