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Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Soviet Union (4 Mar 1992)

Mr Bernard Weatherill: Question, please.

Points of Order (3 Mar 1992)

Mr Bernard Weatherill: Before I take a point of order, in the presence of the Welsh Members of Parliament, may I repeat how much I enjoyed my visit to Wales last weekend as Speaker of the United Kingdom Parliament.

Points of Order (3 Mar 1992)

Mr Bernard Weatherill: The best advice that I can give the hon. Member is to watch the computer at work. I assure him that no human hand comes into it at all. I am afraid that it is purely a matter of luck.

Points of Order (3 Mar 1992)

Mr Bernard Weatherill: The hon. Member has made his point.

Points of Order (3 Mar 1992)

Mr Bernard Weatherill: Order. There can be nothing further to it. That matter is raised frequently, as the hon. Member for Hornchurch (Mr. Squire) well knows. He should draw it to the attention of the Serjeant at Arms. Then an investigation will take place.

Points of Order (3 Mar 1992)

Mr Bernard Weatherill: I think that the hon. Member for Hornchurch (Mr. Squire) is the Member concerned.

Points of Order (3 Mar 1992)

Mr Bernard Weatherill: I said earlier, take it to the Serjeant at Arms, but I agree with the Opposition deputy Chief Whip that such matters are best dealt with through the usual channels.

STATUTORY INSTRUMENTS, &c. (3 Mar 1992)

Mr Bernard Weatherill: With the leave of the House, I shall put together the four Questions on the motions relating to the Statutory instruments. Motion made, and Question put .forthwith pursuant to Standing Order No. 101 ( Standing Committee on Statutory Instruments, &c.).

Local Government (Wales) (3 Mar 1992)

Mr Bernard Weatherill: Order. I remind the House that it is unusual to have two statements on a day on which the main business is subject to a timetable motion. I will allow questions on the statement to continue until 10 minutes to 5; then we will move on to the ten-minute Bill. We must be on the main business by 5 o'clock. May I ask for brief questions—and also, please, for brief answers?

Local Government (Wales) (3 Mar 1992)

Mr Bernard Weatherill: Order. Two points are enough for today.

Local Government (Wales) (3 Mar 1992)

Mr Bernard Weatherill: It is not disgraceful at all. This is the United Kingdom Parliament.

Local Government (Wales) (3 Mar 1992)

Mr Bernard Weatherill: Nothing out of order has occurred.

Local Government (Wales) (3 Mar 1992)

Mr Bernard Weatherill: I have indeed, and the hon. Member is taking time from it.

Local Government (Wales) (3 Mar 1992)

Mr Bernard Weatherill: Order. That is a long question from an English Member.

Air-to-Air Missile (3 Mar 1992)

Mr Bernard Weatherill: Order. I am intrigued to know how the hon. Gentleman's question relates to the statement.

Air-to-Air Missile (3 Mar 1992)

Mr Bernard Weatherill: Order. I will allow questions to go on —exceptionally—for five more minutes, but there is another statement after this, so I ask for brief questions so that we may have brief answers too.

Air-to-Air Missile (3 Mar 1992)

Mr Bernard Weatherill: No—later, please.

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (3 Mar 1992)

Mr Bernard Weatherill: Order. Let us have an end to all this shouting.

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (3 Mar 1992)

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

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (3 Mar 1992)

Mr Bernard Weatherill: Sit down.


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