Archiv: standing orders


19.03.2019 - 00:25 [ Parly / Twitter ]

Does this House have the authority to suspend the standing orders preventing the motion being brought back asks @alexburghart Yes says the Speaker. The House is the custodian of its own standing orders

19.03.2019 - 00:18 [ Parliament.uk ]

Standing Orders of the House of Commons – Public Business 2016: Emergency debates

24.— (1)On Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday a Member rising in his place at the commencement of public business may propose, in an application lasting not more than three minutes, that the House should debate a specific and important matter that should have urgent consideration. If the Speaker is satisfied that the matter is proper to be so debated, the Member shall either obtain the leave of the House, or, if such leave be refused, the assent of not fewer than forty Members who shall thereupon rise in their places to support the motion, or, if fewer than forty Members and not fewer than ten shall thereupon rise in their places, the House shall, on a division, upon question put forthwith, determine whether such motion shall be made.

19.03.2019 - 00:11 [ Hugh Bennett, News Editor @guidofawkes ‏/ Twitter ]

Bercow now invokes Part 2 of the stitch-up: directly advising Remainer MPs how to force through amendments using SO24. Benn/Cooper/Boles coup back on…

19.03.2019 - 00:10 [ @RocketRacer69 / Twitter ]

Interesting that Bercow emphasised heavily the „fuller opportunities of Standing Order 24“ in response to Helen Goodman’s point of order this afternoon when asked what the opposition could do to force the Govt. hand.