Jeremy Corbyn: It is time that the hon. Gentleman resigned.
Jeremy Corbyn: Is the hon. Gentleman seriously suggesting that a policy of discrimination should be pursued within the provision of the National Health Service and welfare benefits?
Bill ordered to be brought in by Mr. Harry Cohen, Mr. Tony Banks, Mr. Sydney Bidwell, Mr. Jeremy Corbyn, Mr. Eric Deakins, Mr. Derek Fatchett, Mr. Tony Lloyd, Mr. Max Madden, Mr. Ian Mikardo, Mr. Dave Nellist and Ms. Clare Short.
Jeremy Corbyn: In his apology for the Turkish junta, will the hon. Gentleman tell the House how many people have been executed since General Even came to power and how many more are on death row?
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Jeremy Corbyn: Is that a sexist or a military remark?
Jeremy Corbyn: That is what we object to.
Jeremy Corbyn: As it is always useful to know the sources of these things, will the hon. Gentleman assist us by saying whether someone has assisted him in the preparation of his speech?
Jeremy Corbyn: In his most interesting contribution, will my hon. Friend consider the number of bankruptcies under the Conservative Government in relation to their idiotic remarks about unemployment under Labour?
Jeremy Corbyn: Will the Minister give way?
Jeremy Corbyn: asked the Secretary of State for Employment how many part-time workers earn less than £2·50 per hour at 1983–84 prices; what proportion of these are women workers; and what this figure represents as a proportion of women in part-time employment.
Jeremy Corbyn: rose—
Mr Harold Walker: I call Mr. Jeremy Corbyn.
Jeremy Corbyn: Is it not an honourable part of this country's political tradition that if someone violently disagrees with a course of action, it is perfectly reasonable for him to boycott a body that is established to destroy the institutions that we seek to defend?
Jeremy Corbyn: Within the staff commission's terms of reference, first in its advisory capacity and then in its full capacity, will its priority be the protection of the existing levels of payment and conditions of service?
Jeremy Corbyn: Will the hon. Gentleman give way?
Jeremy Corbyn: On a point of order, Mr. Deputy Speaker. There is an early-day motion before the House which I promoted, but which the hon. Lady clearly has not read.
Jeremy Corbyn: What does the Ministry of Defence spend?
Jeremy Corbyn: On a point of order, Mr. Dean. There seems to be a noise coming from the Government Benches.
Jeremy Corbyn: On a point of order, Mr. Armstrong. A rather serious noise is coming from under our Bench. It does not appear to be a sedentary Member.