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Army Bill (13 Mar 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: The right hon. Gentleman and the House know full well that the occupant of the Chair cannot deal with hypothetical questions. I have to deal with the situation as it proceeds.

Army Bill (13 Mar 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: I can add nothing to what I have already said. As long as the hon. Member for Antrim, North (Rev. I. Paisley) is in order, he is entitled to proceed.

Army Bill (13 Mar 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: I am dealing with the Division on which the House is engaged. We must see what the result of the Division is.

Points of Order (13 Mar 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: What occurred was perfectly in order. I well understand the hon. Member's feelings, but the matter was in order, we have disposed of that business, and we cannot continue the debate now.

Points of Order (13 Mar 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: I am sure that the right hon. Member is not disputing the judgment of the Chair, which is a difficult one for the Chair to have to make. The Chair is able to do so in accordance with long-established precedents, and it does not give reasons. What has happened was perfectly in order. We cannot continue the debate now.

Points of Order (13 Mar 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: I am sure that the hon. Member is not questioning the discretion of the Chair. I have exercised my discretion to the best of my ability, and the House has come to its decision. There is nothing further that I can add.

Points of Order (13 Mar 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: As I have said already, there is nothing further that I can add to what I have said. I am grateful to the right hon. Member for reassuring me that he was not questioning the judgment of the Chair. I understand that the Cardiff Bay Barrage Bill motion is not to be moved. Motion made, and Question proposed, That this House do now adjourn.—[Mr. Sackville]

Points of Order (13 Mar 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: Order. I have got the drift of this point of order. This is obviously a political argument, not a point of order for the Chair. Perhaps, however, I can make two points both to the hon. Gentleman and to the House which might be helpful. First, the time when Select Committees publish reports is a matter for them. They are frequently published during a recess, so that is in order. Secondly, it...

Education (Schools) Bill: Functions of the Chief Inspector for England (13 Mar 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: With this we may also discuss Lords amendments Nos. 2, 6, 7, 13 and 14.

Education (Schools) Bill (Allocation of Time): Supplemental (13 Mar 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: Order. I am sorry to interrupt the hon. Gentleman, but he cannot quote a Member of the other place who is not a Minister. Therefore, will he please paraphrase?

Finance Bill (13 Mar 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: The Front-Bench spokesmen intend to restrict their winding-up speeches to five minutes each. If those hon. Members who have been rising would do likewise, it should be possible for me to call them all

Orders of the Day — Cardiff Bay Barrage Bill (12 Mar 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: Order. We cannot debate the Bill now. It is not exempted business. There was an objection to it, which I have taken, and there can be no further discussion on the matter.

Orders of the Day — Cardiff Bay Barrage Bill (12 Mar 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: We often go through this procedure at 2.30 pm on a Friday and the House well knows that an hon. Member is entitled to object and he does not have to declare his identity in so doing.

Members' Interests (28 Feb 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: That is a matter for the hon. Member who is speaking.

Members' Interests (28 Feb 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: Order. I have heard the hon. Member refer to those particular points on many occasions. He is now getting very close to tedious repetition.

Members' Interests (28 Feb 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: Order. The hon. Gentleman is getting close to impugning the integrity and honour of other hon. Members of the House. He knows that that is not in order. The only way in which he can do that in order is by putting down a motion. Criticism is in order—even strong criticism—but he must not impugn integrity and honour.

Members' Interests (28 Feb 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: Order. Do I understand that the hon. Member has given notice to the hon. Member for Workington (Mr. Campbell-Savours) that he intended to refer to him?

Members' Interests (28 Feb 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: All hon. Members are aware of the hallowed phrase that hon. Members are allowed to refer to "copious notes". We have also traditionally taken the view that Members who speak from either Front Bench or an hon. Member who introduces a debate, as the hon. Member for Winchester (Mr. Browne) is now doing, have a little more discretion than would otherwise be the case. The hon. Member for...

Members' Interests (28 Feb 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: Order. I am sorry to interrupt the hon. Gentleman, but he has now referred to another right hon. Member. If he intends to refer to several right hon. and hon. Members, rather than my interrupting him on every occasion, will he assure me that he has informed those right hon. and hon. Members that he intends to refer to them?

Members' Interests (28 Feb 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: And the right hon. and learned Member for Surrey, East (Sir G. Howe)?


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