Results 13441–13444 of 13444 for speaker:Mr Selwyn Lloyd

Chrysler Uk Limited (Linwood Works) (2 Feb 1976)

Mr Selwyn Lloyd: I am very doubtful whether the hon. Gentleman's arguments about what will happen tomorrow or on Wednesday improve his chances of having his application accepted. As I have said so often, mine is a procedural decision only. I have to decide whether I think that it is appropriate for Standing Order No. 9 to be brought into operation. I am not allowed to give my reasons, but I am allowed to have...

House of Commons (Procedure) (2 Feb 1976)

Mr Selwyn Lloyd: Before I call the Lord President, may I say that I am almost entranced on my last day to find that about 30 right hon. and hon. Members want to speak on procedure? This is quite a new development. This keen interest encourages me very much. I hope, however, that there will not be a repetition of what happened last Thursday when a very few right hon. and hon. Members took almost all the time...

House of Commons (Procedure) (2 Feb 1976)

Mr Selwyn Lloyd: Order. Even a person on his death bed must be allowed to ask a question. When was this point put to me before?

House of Commons (Procedure) (2 Feb 1976)

Mr Selwyn Lloyd: May I again ask a question? Is the hon. Gentleman suggesting that no name is put at the beginning of a series of questions? I am told that the custom has been for about 50 or 60 years to put the name of the Member asking the first question in a series before the first question and then for the series to continue without stating the name again.

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