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Thursday, 10 November 2005
Page: 4

Ms Annette Ellis —Mr Speaker, I rise on a point of order. I seek the leave of the House to incorporate in Hansard the speech that I have not been able to deliver in relation to the IR legislation.

The SPEAKER —For the benefit of the member for Canberra, I point out that the resolution of the House said that we would go straight to the second reading. Therefore I cannot accept her request.

Mr Fitzgibbon —Mr Speaker, the member opposite indicated that he is happy for the incorporation to take place—and the Prime Minister, I might add. I am sure he was indicating that he would be happy for the incorporation.

The SPEAKER —If it is the wish of the House, leave is granted.

Mr Andrews —I grant leave for all of the members who want to incorporate their speeches to do so.

The SPEAKER —Leave has been granted for all those who wish to.