EU (amendment) Bill (3rd reading)
How these elected ARSEHOLES (the house as a whole) can vote against something that they all promised in their election manifesto's, without hearing the argument is beyond me.
When it gets to the House of Lords lets hope we will see some political irony, in that our children's rights, will be protected by the Salisbury Doctrine put into reverse.
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Bill read the Third time, and passed.
Mr. William Cash (Stone) (Con): On a point of order, Mr. Speaker. [ Interruption. ]
Mr. Speaker: Order. Allow the hon. Gentleman to make his point of order, as he does not speak that often in the House.
Mr. Cash: I am grateful to you, Mr. Speaker. In view of the fact that the only official definition of the Mace is in the manual of procedure, to whom do I turn to establish the extent of the scrap value of the Mace this evening?
Mr. Speaker: We have a fine Mace, and it has no scrap value. It keeps its value.