Canlyniadau 41–60 o 3860 ar gyfer speaker:Mr Michael Morris

Opposition Day: National Health Service (24 Chw 1997)

Mr Michael Morris: Order. Had I thought at any time that the Secretary of State was not relating his speech to the motion, I would have intervened immediately.

The Constitution (20 Chw 1997)

Mr Michael Morris: Order. It is not for the occupant of the Chair to comment on any particular answer, but I have a long memory of the Maastricht treaty.

The Constitution (20 Chw 1997)

Mr Michael Morris: Order. If the Member who is speaking does not give way, the other Member must resume his seat.

The Constitution (20 Chw 1997)

Mr Michael Morris: I should remind hon. Members that speeches are now restricted to 10 minutes.

Firearms (Amendment) Bill: New clause (18 Chw 1997)

Mr Michael Morris: I heard the right hon. Lady very clearly and concisely. If she had gone further, it would have been brought to her attention.

Public Research Establishments (12 Chw 1997)

Mr Michael Morris: Order. We must now move on to the next debate and to the Chairman of the Public Service Committee.

Orders of the Day — National Health Service (Primary Care) Bill [Lords] (11 Chw 1997)

Mr Michael Morris: Order. The hon. Gentleman must relate his remarks to the Bill. He has certainly not done that for the past couple of minutes.

Orders of the Day — National Health Service (Primary Care) Bill [Lords] (11 Chw 1997)

Mr Michael Morris: Order. If the hon. Gentleman knew my antecedents in relation to general practice, he would not need to make that remark.

Orders of the Day — Merchant Shipping and Maritime Security Bill [Lords] (10 Chw 1997)

Mr Michael Morris: The hon. Gentleman has been in the House for many years. As he points out, the official date is next week. It seems to me that that leaves several days for him to use his considerable ingenuity to ensure that that point, having been raised on the Floor of the House, is dealt with adequately.

Orders of the Day — Horserace Totalisator Board Bill [Lords]: New Corporate Powers for the Horserace Totalisator Board ( 7 Chw 1997)

Mr Michael Morris: Order. This Bill is entirely about the Horserace Totalisator Board and Third Reading speeches should be confined to what is in the Bill.

Orders of the Day — Horserace Totalisator Board Bill [Lords]: New Corporate Powers for the Horserace Totalisator Board ( 7 Chw 1997)

Mr Michael Morris: To ensure that there is no misunderstanding, let me say that I am going to Newbury races tomorrow and they are for horses only.

Orders of the Day — Horserace Totalisator Board Bill [Lords]: New Corporate Powers for the Horserace Totalisator Board ( 7 Chw 1997)

Mr Michael Morris: Order. I am not sure that that comes directly under the amendment. I am waiting for elucidation on it.

Orders of the Day — Horserace Totalisator Board Bill [Lords]: New Corporate Powers for the Horserace Totalisator Board ( 7 Chw 1997)

Mr Michael Morris: Order. It is not for me to prejudge whether the hon. Gentleman responds to any intervention. However, I am listening attentively.

Orders of the Day — Horserace Totalisator Board Bill [Lords]: New Corporate Powers for the Horserace Totalisator Board ( 7 Chw 1997)

Mr Michael Morris: Order. The hon. Gentleman should address the amendment, not matters external to the Chamber.

Orders of the Day — Horserace Totalisator Board Bill [Lords]: New Corporate Powers for the Horserace Totalisator Board ( 7 Chw 1997)

Mr Michael Morris: Order. We are not here to discuss the national lottery and the distribution of prizes. The amendment is specific, and I should be grateful if the hon. Gentleman would return to it.

Opposition Day: Higher Education ( 5 Chw 1997)

Mr Michael Morris: Order. I ask hon. Members to carry out their negotiations elsewhere.

Revenue Support Grant (Kent) ( 5 Chw 1997)

Mr Michael Morris: The hon. Gentleman is correct about the custom. The copious use of notes, however, is unfortunately allowed.

Revenue Support Grant (Kent) ( 5 Chw 1997)

Mr Michael Morris: We shall see how we go. References to facts are entirely in order, but reading a speech would be wrong.

Revenue Support Grant (Kent) ( 5 Chw 1997)

Mr Michael Morris: I hope that this is a point of order for the Chair.


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