Results 161–180 of 6033 for speaker:Mr Paul Dean

Orders of the Day — Local Government Finance Bill: Sheltered Housing (17 Dec 1991)

Mr Paul Dean: Does the hon. Gentleman have the leave of the hon. Member for Shipley (Sir M. Fox) and of the Minister to speak?

Orders of the Day — Local Government Finance Bill: Liability to Tax Deiermined on a Daily Basis (17 Dec 1991)

Mr Paul Dean: I do not think that the hon. Member for Eastbourne (Mr. Bellotti) meant it that way.

Orders of the Day — Local Government Finance Bill: Community Charge in Scotland (16 Dec 1991)

Mr Paul Dean: Order. The debate is very wide already. It would be much better to concentrate on the new clauses.

Orders of the Day — Local Government Finance Bill: Community Charge in Scotland (16 Dec 1991)

Mr Paul Dean: With this it will be convenient to take the following:

Welsh Development Agency Bill (28 Nov 1991)

Mr Paul Dean: Order.

Opposition Day: Sport (27 Nov 1991)

Mr Paul Dean: Order. It will be evident to the House that there is only a little over an hour left. As many hon. Members wish to take part, I appeal for brief speeches.

Orders of the Day — King's Cross Railways Bill (25 Nov 1991)

Mr Paul Dean: Order. I know that the hon. Member is trying to keep in order, but he must direct his remarks to the Bill and the revival motion.

Orders of the Day — King's Cross Railways Bill (25 Nov 1991)

Mr Paul Dean: I hope that the hon. Member for Thanet, North (Mr. Gale) will resist the temptation to depart from the Bill under discussion.

Orders of the Day — King's Cross Railways Bill (25 Nov 1991)

Mr Paul Dean: I am sure that, in responding to that intervention, the hon. Member for Mid-Kent (Mr. Rowe) will direct his remarks to the Bill and the revival motion.

Orders of the Day — King's Cross Railways Bill (25 Nov 1991)

Mr Paul Dean: Order. I am sorry to interrupt the hon. Gentleman again, but he must direct his remarks to this Bill and in particular to the revival motion. It is not in order to discuss another Bill which he might like to see before the House.

Orders of the Day — King's Cross Railways Bill (25 Nov 1991)

Mr Paul Dean: Order. I have to tell the hon. Member, as I said to the Minister for Public Transport, that he will find if very difficult to keep in order in answering that question.

Orders of the Day — King's Cross Railways Bill (25 Nov 1991)

Mr Paul Dean: Order. I do not believe that the Minister wants to give way.

Orders of the Day — King's Cross Railways Bill (25 Nov 1991)

Mr Paul Dean: Order. I think that the Minister will need some ingenuity if he is to deal with that question while remaining in order.

Orders of the Day — European Community (Intergovernmental Conferences) (21 Nov 1991)

Mr Paul Dean: I am sure that the hon. Gentleman recognises the difficulties facing Mr. Speaker and the Chair.

Orders of the Day — European Community (Intergovernmental Conferences) (21 Nov 1991)

Mr Paul Dean: I call Mr. John Smith.

Orders of the Day — European Community (Intergovernmental Conferences) (21 Nov 1991)

Mr Paul Dean: Order. It would be better if the hon. Gentleman did not use his visual aid.

Orders of the Day — European Community (Intergovernmental Conferences) (21 Nov 1991)

Mr Paul Dean: Order. Will hon. Members who are leaving the Chamber please do so quietly?

Orders of the Day — European Community (Intergovernmental Conferences) (21 Nov 1991)

Mr Paul Dean: Order. I remind the House that the 10-minute limit on speeches is now in effect.

European Community (Intergovernmental Conferences) (20 Nov 1991)

Mr Paul Dean: Order. It will be evident to right hon. and hon. Members on both sides of the House that there are many who wish to speak in the debate today and tomorrow. The Chair can no longer impose a limit of 10 minutes on speeches, but I hope that those who are called to speak will feel that it is appropriate to volunteer no more than 10 minutes in their speeches.

Education (Schools) Bill (19 Nov 1991)

Mr Paul Dean: That is a matter for the hon. Gentleman who has the Floor.


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