Results 121–140 of 6033 for speaker:Mr Paul Dean

New Clause 1: Provision of Information About Complaints Procedures (29 Jan 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: No, I call Mr. Hardy.

New Clause 1: Provision of Information About Complaints Procedures (29 Jan 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: Order. I remind hon. Members that we are not in Committee. Interventions must be brief.

Clause 7: Passenger Concourse Building at King's Cross and ST. Pancras Main Line Stations (28 Jan 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: Order. I remind the House that we are discussing the passenger concourse building. We must not widen the debate.

Clause 7: Passenger Concourse Building at King's Cross and ST. Pancras Main Line Stations (28 Jan 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: Order. I remind the House that we are not discussing the merits of the Palace of Westminster or of Euston station.

Clause 7: Passenger Concourse Building at King's Cross and ST. Pancras Main Line Stations (28 Jan 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: Order. I remind the House that we are discussing clause 7.

Clause 10: Stopping Up Roads (28 Jan 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: With this it will be convenient to take the following amendments: No. 3, in clause 20, page 11, line 27, at end insert— '(5) Nothing in this Act shall authorise the Board or the Company to purchase or use the land in the London Borough of Camden numbered 88–101 on the deposited plans.'. No. 4, in clause 23, page 13, line 31, at end insert— '(3A) On completion of Works Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4A...

Clause 7: Passenger Concourse Building at King's Cross and ST. Pancras Main Line Stations (28 Jan 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: Order. I am finding it difficult to know what is the point of order for me. The hon. Gentleman seems to be addressing his comments to the Minister. I can deal only with points of order.

Clause 7: Passenger Concourse Building at King's Cross and ST. Pancras Main Line Stations (28 Jan 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: That is not really a point of order. I can only say that the amendments that have been selected are in order; we should now proceed with them.

Private Members' Bills: Points of Order (24 Jan 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: Order. We cannot debate the matter now. Do I understand that the hon. Gentleman is asking for a statement?

Private Members' Bills: Points of Order (24 Jan 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: There has been no request for a statement today, but I am sure that the points that have been raised will have been heard.

Private Members' Bills: National Health Service (Supply of Medical Equipment) Bill (24 Jan 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: Objection taken. Second Reading what day?

Private Members' Bills: Education (School Premises) Bill (24 Jan 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: Not moved.

Private Members' Bills: National Lottery Bill (24 Jan 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: Not moved.

Private Members' Bills: Corporate Safety and Environmental Information Bill (24 Jan 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: Objection taken. Second Reading what day?

Ravenscraig (23 Jan 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: We now come to the debate on Ravenscraig. Time is limited. Many hon. Members wish to speak, so I appeal for short speeches. I should also inform the House that Mr. Speaker has selected the Government amendment.

Opposition Day: Poverty (23 Jan 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: Order.

Autumn Statement (22 Jan 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: Order. I am sorry, but I must interrupt the hon. Gentleman. He has exceeded his time.

Clause 1: The Convention, Claims for Asylum and Asylum-Seekers (21 Jan 1992)

Mr Paul Dean: With this it will be convenient to consider Government amendments Nos. 27 and 28.


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