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Orders of the Day — Dispossessed Tenant Farmers (Compensation) (9 Mar 1966)

Sir Samuel Storey: Order. The hon. Member is dealing with legislation. He may not do that on the Adjournment.

Orders of the Day — Defence (8 Mar 1966)

Sir Samuel Storey: The right hon. Gentleman has given way. I hope the House will allow the hon. Member to speak.

Orders of the Day — Defence (7 Mar 1966)

Sir Samuel Storey: If there is an excess of noise, I shall call right hon. Gentlemen to order.

Orders of the Day — Defence (7 Mar 1966)

Sir Samuel Storey: Order. Interventions should be brief—

Orders of the Day — Defence (7 Mar 1966)

Sir Samuel Storey: Order. Interventions should be brief. This seems to be a somewhat important intervention, but I hope that the right hon. Member for Streatham (Mr. Sandys) will make it as brief as he can.

Orders of the Day — Defence (7 Mar 1966)

Sir Samuel Storey: Order. The hon. Member for Surbiton (Mr. Fisher) must not persist in seeking to interrupt if the right hon. Gentleman does not give way.

Orders of the Day — Broadcasting Policy (3 Mar 1966)

Sir Samuel Storey: Copious use of notes is allowed; I have not noticed more than that so far.

Orders of the Day — Broadcasting Policy (3 Mar 1966)

Sir Samuel Storey: That is not a point of order for the Chair.

Orders of the Day — Packington Estate, Islington (Council on Tribunals' Report) (2 Mar 1966)

Sir Samuel Storey: I have not noticed that the conversation made it difficult to listen to the debate, but all conversation that does interrupt the debate is to be deprecated.

Orders of the Day — Rent Act, 1965 (24 Feb 1966)

Sir Samuel Storey: Order. The hon. Gentleman may not propose legislation on the Adjournment.

Orders of the Day — Rent Act, 1965 (24 Feb 1966)

Sir Samuel Storey: I heard the hon. Gentleman say that he had two suggestions which would need legislation, and it seemed to me that he was proceeding to ask for them to be met by legislation.

Orders of the Day — Rent Act, 1965 (24 Feb 1966)

Sir Samuel Storey: It does not seem to me that what the hon. Gentleman is now proposing can be done by administrative action. He seems to be proposing a change in the law.

Welfare State (23 Feb 1966)

Sir Samuel Storey: Order. If the right hon. Member for Bexley (Mr. Heath) does not give way, the hon. Member for The Hartlepools (Mr. Leadbitter) must not persist.

Welfare State (23 Feb 1966)

Sir Samuel Storey: Order. The hon. Member for The Hartlepools must behave himself.

Welfare State (23 Feb 1966)

Sir Samuel Storey: Order. The hon. Member must not persist in this way.

Welfare State (23 Feb 1966)

Sir Samuel Storey: Order. We are having too much recumbent comment this afternoon. Hon. Members must not be so thin-skinned. They must listen to the debate.

Welfare State (23 Feb 1966)

Sir Samuel Storey: Order. The hon. Member for Penistone (Mr. Mendelson) must remain seated.

Welfare State (23 Feb 1966)

Sir Samuel Storey: That is not a point of order.

Welfare State (23 Feb 1966)

Sir Samuel Storey: Order. The hon. Member for Penistone must remain seated.

Welfare State (23 Feb 1966)

Sir Samuel Storey: I hope that I shall not have to ask the hon. Member for Penistone not to do this again.


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