Business of Seanad.
I have notice from Senator Paul Bradford that, on the motion for the Adjournment of the House today, he proposes to raise the following matter: The need for the Minister for Education and Science to p...
Order of Business.
Senator Alex White without interruption.
On the Order of Business.
Somebody in the Department must have been watching the proceedings on the television monitors.
We cannot have that debate on the Order of Business. Other Members wish to speak.
Senator Norris has made his point.
Is the Senator asking the Leader for a debate on this issue?
The Senator has made her point to the Leader. Other Members wish to ask questions.
The Senator has made her point.
Has the Senator a question for the Leader?
I ask the Senator to withdraw that. I give fair play to everybody. Senator Regan raised a matter regarding the leader of the Government and I considered what he raised important from that point of v...
It is questions for the Leader.
The Senator cannot make a Second Stage speech.
Senator, please, you must put questions to the Leader.
I have been more than fair to the Senator.
If every Senator in the House spent as much time as you speaking on the Order of Business, it would take until lunch time. The Senator must appreciate that other Members want an opportunity to speak.
The point is made on this matter.
Senator Norris on a point of order.
I thank the Senator.
There can be no interruptions. We are on the Order of Business.
The Leader must be allowed to reply to the Order of Business.
Broadcasting Bill 2008: Second Stage (Resumed)
Senator Ryan is in possession of the floor and has 14 minutes remaining.
Is that agreed? Agreed. How much time will the Senators be sharing?
Health Services: Motion.
When is it proposed to sit again?
Services for People with Disabilities.
Does the Senator have a supplementary question?