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Point Of Order

Volume 180: debated on Wednesday 14 November 1990

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3.31 pm

On a point of order, Mr. Speaker. In view of the ending of the cold war, the growing concern about the spread of nuclear weapons and nuclear technology to other nations, especially given the background of the Gulf crisis, and the impending meeting to stop or limit nuclear tests, should not the House have an opportunity to discuss the nuclear test that is likely to take place in the Nevada desert? Surely the House has the right to debate that issue. Will you use your good office-s, Mr. Speaker, to bring that about?

That is not a point of order for me. The hon. Member might raise it tomorrow with the Leader of the House in business questions.

Ballot For Notices Of Motions For Friday 30 November

Members successful in the ballot were:

  • Mr. Michael Neubert
  • Mr. Martyn Jones
  • Mr. Graham Bright

Statutory Instruments, &C


That the draft Education Support Grants Regulations 1990 be referred to a Standing Committee on Statutory Instruments, &c.— [Mr. Boswell.]