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Business of the House (5 Mar 1992)

Mr Bernard Weatherill: Order. Let us ask questions about policy.

Business of the House (5 Mar 1992)

Mr Bernard Weatherill: Yes—and business.

Business of the House (5 Mar 1992)

Mr Bernard Weatherill: Order. Ask a question; do not begin a debate.

Business of the House (5 Mar 1992)

Mr Bernard Weatherill: I said that the hon. Gentleman should ask a question, not begin a debate.

Class Ii, Vote 2: Yugoslavia (5 Mar 1992)

Mr Bernard Weatherill: We now come to the class II, vote 2 estimates, and I must draw the attention of the House to the fact that the subject for today's debate is Yugoslavia and not the whole of the Select Committee report.

Oral Answers to Questions — Agriculture, Fisheries and Food: Animal Welfare (5 Mar 1992)

Mr Bernard Weatherill: Order. We are making slow progress today. Could we please have brief questions and briefer answers?

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (5 Mar 1992)

Mr Bernard Weatherill: Order. No quoting; paraphrase, please.

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (5 Mar 1992)

Mr Bernard Weatherill: Order. It is a terrible long question.

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (5 Mar 1992)

Mr Bernard Weatherill: Order. The right hon. to put his question. Member has a right to put his question.

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (5 Mar 1992)

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

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (5 Mar 1992)

Mr Bernard Weatherill: Order. The right hon. Gentleman to the reply that I gave some moments ago.

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (5 Mar 1992)

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

Points of Order (4 Mar 1992)

Mr Bernard Weatherill: Order. It will be a point for me, I hope.

Points of Order (4 Mar 1992)

Mr Bernard Weatherill: I have not had such a request.

Points of Order (4 Mar 1992)

Mr Bernard Weatherill: That is a proper way in which to deal with such a matter. I hope that we shall have other legitimate points of order.

Points of Order (4 Mar 1992)

Mr Bernard Weatherill: There is an early-day motion on the Order Paper about that. It is not a matter for me.

Points of Order (4 Mar 1992)

Mr Bernard Weatherill: Order. The hon. Gentleman has tabled an early-day motion on that very subject. It is not a matter for me. He can ask about it tomorrow at business questions.

Points of Order (4 Mar 1992)

Mr Bernard Weatherill: Order. It is not a matter for me. The hon. Gentleman has tabled an early-day motion. He asks for the matter to be debated. I cannot do anything about it now.

Points of Order (4 Mar 1992)

Mr Bernard Weatherill: That is a similar matter. I hope that the hon. Gentleman gave the right hon. Member for Northavon (Sir J. Cope) notice that he intended to mention him. That would be in the proper traditions of the House.


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