I am telling you what I have said. I am not inclined to take this any further. It is just not a point of order—end of story. Please sit down.
Where was I? I have completely lost track of what I was doing.
That concludes the debate on the resilience of Scotland’s ferry network.
We must move on to the next item of business. I will let members take their seats. I do not want to waste time, because there will be interventions in the next debate.
I am sorry that Mr McArthur has left. [
.] He is just over there. I want to clarify what he can do. I make it clear that his point is not a point of order—I hold to that statement—but, if relevant, he can pursue the point in written questions and follow-up questions or by lodging motions for debate, raising the matter in the media or writing to the members concerned. It is not a point of order for the chair. There are remedies—