Order of Business.
I am informed that it is a saving of printing costs, not a waste. It has to do with VAT considerations.
The House debated the situation in Iraq last week.
Before the Leader replies, to enable the Chair to implement the Order of Business which will be agreed by the House will she indicate the times at which the Minister for Finance and the Minister for S...
No, the Leader did not read the times.
The Leader must give an exact time.
When will the Ministers be called upon to reply?
We want the times if we are to implement what the Leader is ordering today or else the Ministers may have no time to reply.
Order, please. This is no laughing matter. I want a time.
Will the Leader specifiy the times, please?
They will be 6.45 p.m. and 9.45 p.m.
It is important that we have the times. The Leader may not think so but I do.
We need the times if we are to implement the Order of Business.
The Leader, without interruption.
Local Government Bill 2003: Report and Final Stages.
Before commencing, I remind Senators that they may speak only once on Report Stage, except the proposer of an amendment who may reply to the discussion on the amendment. Also on Report Stage each amen...
What is it that the Senator does not agree with?
Amendments Nos. 1 and 2 are definitely related.
As the House has not agreed to take them together, we will discuss them individually.
The Senator is making a Second Stage speech.
The Senator's points are very general. She should stick to the amendment.
The Senator is embarking on a Second Stage speech.
The Senator can address it without—
That has nothing to do with the amendment. The Senator is wasting time.
Finance Bill 2003 [ Certified Money Bill ] : Second Stage.
The Senator must conclude.