Canlyniadau 1–20 o 2454 ar gyfer speaker:Frank Cook

Private Tenants and Leaseholders (London) ( 3 Maw 2010)

Frank Cook: Order. That terminates the time allocated for the debate.

Private Tenants and Leaseholders (London) ( 3 Maw 2010)

Frank Cook: Order. Would Members please leave the Chamber quietly?

Communications Allowance — [Frank Cook in the Chair] ( 3 Maw 2010)

Frank Cook: Six minutes, David Heath.

Communications Allowance — [Frank Cook in the Chair] ( 3 Maw 2010)

Frank Cook: Communications allowance.

Communications Allowance — [Frank Cook in the Chair] ( 3 Maw 2010)

Frank Cook: Thank you.

Communications Allowance — [Frank Cook in the Chair] ( 3 Maw 2010)

Frank Cook: There are two minutes remaining. I call Martin Linton.

Communications Allowance — [Frank Cook in the Chair] ( 3 Maw 2010)

Frank Cook: There are only five minutes remaining.

Communications Allowance — [Frank Cook in the Chair] ( 3 Maw 2010)

Frank Cook: Order. I am happy to inform the House that the three main Front-Bench spokespeople have agreed to reduce their allotted time from 10 to seven minutes-not easy, but they are prepared to do it-to afford Back Benchers more time. So I appeal to everyone: I will try to get you all in, but make it brief, please, make it pointed and make it clear.

Communications Allowance — [Frank Cook in the Chair] ( 3 Maw 2010)

Frank Cook: There is a convention on the Floor of the House that visual aids are not allowed. I cannot see what is on the leaflets that the hon. Member for Pendle (Mr. Prentice) is holding up, so they are hardly visual aids. However, I can count and I can see that there is a discrepancy in terms of acreage and number, and I await his conclusions on that. I must remind hon. Members that we have about 17...

Communications Allowance — [Frank Cook in the Chair] ( 3 Maw 2010)

Frank Cook: Order. I have the point. [Interruption.] Order. I will not allow this sitting to descend to the level of a bar-room brawl. Let us have some sense. That was not a point of order. Furthermore, if right hon. and hon. Members were prepared to listen to what is being said, I might be able to hear it, too. Do not bring the behaviour of the main Chamber down to this Chamber, where we usually...

Communications Allowance — [Frank Cook in the Chair] ( 3 Maw 2010)

Frank Cook: Order. I have your point. It would appear that my rationale has not been understood. I stated that if right hon. and hon. Members were prepared to curb their standards of conduct, I might be able to hear what is being said. I will not allow any Member here, regardless of political complexion, to impugn anyone else in the House. That is all the more reason why everybody should be listening to...

Communications Allowance — [Frank Cook in the Chair] ( 3 Maw 2010)

Frank Cook: Order. I think that this is the third time that I have said this-there is too much chuntering. I need to hear every syllable that is said in the debate. I will not allow any Member, of whatever rank, to impugn any Member of Parliament. I need to hear what is said clearly, so please desist with the chuntering.

Communications Allowance — [Frank Cook in the Chair] ( 3 Maw 2010)

Frank Cook: Order. I am following what the right hon. Gentleman is saying and I must remind the House that we are discussing the winding-up of the communications allowance. To that end, I must insist that we make reference to the responsibilities of the Minister who is in attendance today and listening to the debate.

Communications Allowance — [Frank Cook in the Chair] ( 3 Maw 2010)

Frank Cook: Order. I must explain that what I am seeking is a clear distinction between parliamentary funding and party funding, without comment on party funding, because we are talking about parliamentary funding-or we should be, according to the title of the debate.

Communications Allowance — [Frank Cook in the Chair] ( 3 Maw 2010)

Frank Cook: Order. I need to make one or two points clear. I have been very tolerant with the opening speech, allowing it to get rather broad and cover inter-election campaign funding. Having done that with the opening speech, I have to be more tolerant than I intended to be with other contributions. I must also remind hon. Members that this is a 90-minute debate, which must finish at 4 o'clock, but, as...

Communications Allowance — [Frank Cook in the Chair] ( 3 Maw 2010)

Frank Cook: The hon. Gentleman seeks an explanation from me of my decision. Normally, the Chair would refuse to do that, but I do not mind making it clear today that Members who have shown the courtesy of contacting the Chair deserve a little more consideration, in my view. I call Gordon Prentice.

Communications Allowance — [Frank Cook in the Chair] ( 3 Maw 2010)

Frank Cook: I hope that hon. Members realise that this is, of course, taking up time for debate. I call Andrew Tyrie-briefly please.

Communications Allowance — [Frank Cook in the Chair] ( 3 Maw 2010)

Frank Cook: That is hardly a point when a general election is so imminent and I may not be here afterwards. I call Gordon Prentice.

Pwyllgor Mesur Cyhoeddus: Crime and Security Bill: Clause 45 (23 Chw 2010)

Frank Cook: With the leave of the Committee, I would like to take Government new clauses 10 to 21 and 31 and 32 together.

Pwyllgor Mesur Cyhoeddus: Crime and Security Bill: Clause 45 (23 Chw 2010)

Frank Cook: We will therefore take new clauses 10 to 18.


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