§ Viscount Hinchingbrooke
On a point of order, Mr. Speaker. On the last two or three days there have been no more than 60 or 70 Questions on the Order Paper. I wondered if that fact would weigh with you when considering whether the whole of them might be finished off.
§ Mr. Speaker
To some extent, it is a matter for hon. Members themselves to assist in the expedition of Questions. Generally, I think, on the day on which Scottish Questions come first on the Order Paper the procedure is rather slower than on other days.
§ Mr. Woodburn
Are you aware, Mr. Speaker, that that occurs so seldom it cannot really inconvenience the House?