I had hoped that would have been sorted with the leaders of the groups. The Senator made that request yesterday and the Leader replied to it on the Order of Business. I would say the Minister will r...
I will hear the Leader on a point of information.
That was yesterday’s Order of Business. I now call the Minister of State to speak on the motion.
We are not having an Order of Business now. The taking of this motion was agreed on the Order of Business yesterday. I call the Minister of State——
The Order of Business for today was agreed in the House yesterday.
We are not having an Order of Business now.
I call the Minister to speak on the motion.
That is a matter for the Leader.
That is a matter for the Leader. If the Leader wishes to come back into the House and make a statement on that, I will accept that, but I now call the Minister and apologise to him for the delay.
Senator Twomey, without interruption.
Senator Ross without interruption.
The Minister of State cannot be interrupted. I called on him to reply.
Be fair, that is not a point of order.
I called on the Minister of State to reply. He is answering the questions and people should listen. He cannot be interrupted.
When no other speaker is offering here, I must call the Minister of State to reply. That is the position. I do not want anyone else to interrupt him. Be fair and allow him reply.
I ask Members to refrain from talking in the House while the Minister of State is speaking. If there needs to be a meeting, it must be held outside. I apologise to the Minister of State.
Allow the Minister of State to speak without interruption.
Allow the Minister of State to speak without interruption. We can have no questions.
We can have no questions to the Minister of State who is replying a number of questions already.
When is it proposed to sit again?