Results 21–40 of 6033 for speaker:Mr Paul Dean

Members' Interests (28 Feb 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: The hon. Gentleman should give notice to an hon. Member if he wishes to refer to him or, indeed, quote him. The hon. Gentleman would be wise to leave that out.

Inflation (26 Feb 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: If it were not in order, he would not have been called.

Orders of the Day — Local Government Bill [Lords]: Charter Trustees (25 Feb 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: With this we may consider the following amendments: No. 3, in clause 17, page 17, line 19, leave out from 'make' to end of line 21 and insert 'provision for the area for which a body of charter trustees acts to be constituted as a parish under the terms of section (Charter trustees) below'. No. 4, in page 17, line 21, at end add 'after consulting such representatives of charter trustees as...

Orders of the Day — Local Government Bill [Lords]: Establishment of Staff Commission (25 Feb 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: With this, it will be convenient to take the following: New clause 18— Establishment of Staff Commission (No. 2)— '.—(1) The Secretary of State, after consulting such bodies representative of existing local authorities or of staff employed by such local authorities as appear to him to be concerned, shall by order establish one or more staff commissions and such a commission may be...

London Docklands Railway (Lewisham, etc.) Bill (By Order) (24 Feb 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: The hon. Gentleman had a good run but, as he admitted, what he said had nothing to do with the Bill.

London Docklands Railway (Lewisham, etc.) Bill (By Order) (24 Feb 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: Order. The hon. Member for Leyton (Mr. Cohen) will be very ingenious if he can respond to that intervention and remain in order.

London Docklands Railway (Lewisham, etc.) Bill (By Order) (24 Feb 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: Order. The Chair has allowed a fairly wide debate on the Third Reading of this Bill because it is closely linked with the Second Reading of the No. 2 Bill. However, it strays beyond that for the hon. Member for Leyton to talk about other options.

London Docklands Railway (Lewisham, etc.) Bill (By Order) (24 Feb 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: I hope that we can now get back on the rails.

London Docklands Railway (Lewisham, etc.) Bill (By Order) (24 Feb 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: Order. I hope that we shall not go around the entire United Kingdom in this debate.

Terrorism (24 Feb 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: It is not a matter for the Chair. It is the responsibility of the hon. Lady.

Orders of the Day — Points of Order (21 Feb 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: I made inquiries and it seemed clear to me that the bells were operating in most places. As there might have been some slight doubt, I added two minutes to the Division.

Orders of the Day — Points of Order (21 Feb 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: Order. We cannot debate the Bill now. If there is a point of order I shall take it.

Orders of the Day — Points of Order (21 Feb 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: Order. The hon. Gentleman is attempting to debate the Bill.

Orders of the Day — Points of Order (21 Feb 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: I have many duties, but one of them is not to persuade the Government to make statements. However, I am sure that what the hon. Gentleman has said will have been heard by those on the Government Front Bench.

Orders of the Day — Points of Order (21 Feb 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: Order. We cannot debate the matter now.

Orders of the Day — Points of Order (21 Feb 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: It is my job to carry out the procedures of the House as they are at present. We have been round this course many times at 2.30 pm on a Friday, and if hon. Members wish the procedure to be changed I suggest that they put their point to the Select Committee on Procedure.

Orders of the Day — Points of Order (21 Feb 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: Order. It is my job to ensure that the current procedures of the House are carried out. If hon. Members are dissatisfied, they are free to put their points to the Select Committee on Procedure.

Orders of the Day — Points of Order (21 Feb 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: The short answer is that that is not the case with objections and never has been.

Orders of the Day — Points of Order (21 Feb 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: I am giving away no secrets when I tell the House that the Chair has powerful amplifiers that enable me to hear very distinctly everything that is said.

Orders of the Day — Referendum Bill (21 Feb 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: I think that I can anticipate the hon. Gentleman's point of order. I understand that the Division Bells have been ringing within the Palace of Westminster, but that there is some doubt whether they have been ringing throughout. In view of that, I propose to add two minutes to the time allowed before the doors are locked.


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