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

Mr Paul Dean: It is reasonably clear to me that the Division Bells have been ringing in most of the Palace of Westminster, but I have added two minutes to ensure that every hon. Member who desires to vote will have an opportunity to do that.

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

Mr Paul Dean: Order. We will not have a debate on the matter. I have given my ruling.

Orders of the Day — Private Members' Bills: Shops (Amendment) Bill (21 Feb 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: Order. I am finding it difficult to understand the point of order for the Chair. Perhaps the hon. Gentleman will come to it.

Orders of the Day — Private Members' Bills: Shops (Amendment) Bill (21 Feb 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: Order. I have been very tolerant. The hon. Gentleman really must come to his point of order for me. I think that I have the drift of it, but he must come to it quickly.

Orders of the Day — Private Members' Bills: Shops (Amendment) Bill (21 Feb 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: The hon. Gentleman is an experienced and respected Member of the House, and he knows the procedure very well. It does not operate only at 2.30 pm on Fridays; it operates at other times, too. If an hon. Member shouts, "Object," the Bill can go no further on that occasion. That is exactly what happened this afternoon. Second Reading what day?

Orders of the Day — Private Members' Bills: Civil Rights (Disabled Persons) Bill (21 Feb 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: Objection taken. Debate to be resumed what day?

Orders of the Day — Private Members' Bills: Civil Rights (Disabled Persons) Bill (21 Feb 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: I clearly heard an objection, and I am asking the right hon. Gentleman whether he wishes to name a day to resume the debate.

Orders of the Day — Private Members' Bills: Civil Rights (Disabled Persons) Bill (21 Feb 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: Order. It has never been the practice for the hon. Member who objects to further proceedings on a Bill to identify himself. The matter has been referred to the Procedure Committee in the past. If the right hon. Gentleman wishes to refer it again, I am sure that he will do so. We must now proceed.

Orders of the Day — Private Members' Bills: Civil Rights (Disabled Persons) Bill (21 Feb 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: Order. I will first take the remaining Orders of the Day.

Orders of the Day — Private Members' Bills: Cold Weather Credits Bill (21 Feb 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: Second Reading what day?

Orders of the Day — Private Members' Bills: Firearms (Amendment) Bill (21 Feb 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: Order. We will deal with the Firearms (Amendment) Bill again to make certain that there is no confusion.

Orders of the Day — Private Members' Bills: Firearms (Amendment) Bill (21 Feb 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: Order. Is the hon. Gentleman objecting?

Orders of the Day — Transport and Works Bill: Inquiries and Hearings (20 Feb 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: With this it will be convenient to consider the following amendments: No. 67, in clause 13, page 7, line 38, after 'shall', insert 'without unreasonable delay'. No. 68, in clause 13, page 7, line 49, at end insert— '(2A) If, in the case of an application for the purposes of which an inquiry or hearing is held, the Secretary of State has not given notice of his determination under section...

Orders of the Day — Transport and Works Bill: Inquiries and Hearings (20 Feb 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: Order. After that little interlude, let us return to the amendment.


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