The following Question stood upon the Order Paper in the name of Sir WALDRON SMITHERS:
62. "To ask the hon. Member for Waltham-stow. West, as Chairman of the Kitchen Committee, how much Kitchen and Refreshment Rooms' equipment, such as knives and forks, is missing from the House of Commons for the two years ending July, 1947."
Is it in Order, Mr. Speaker, for an hon. Member to raise a point of Order on a Question which has not been called?
I am afraid not. If the Question has not been called, there-can be no point of Order.
In view of the wide importance of this Question, can we not have an answer to it?
People differ in opinion about what is of wide importance.