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Thursday, 27 February 1975
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Mr DEPUTY SPEAKER -I do not think it will be a problem.


Mr McMahon - Mr Deputy Speaker,is it in order for the Minister for Labor and Immigration to say: 'I will come out against you with something'? Is that right that there should be threats in this House by a Minister who has now become totally discredited?


Mr DEPUTY SPEAKER -It would be completely impossible for the Chair to hear onetenth of what is happening in this chamber at the moment.


Mr McMahon - I cannot hear you, I am sorry.


Mr DEPUTY SPEAKER -I cannot hear anything in the chamber.


Mr McMahon - Well, you obviously heard me.


Mr DEPUTY SPEAKER - I listened very intently to a man of such wisdom.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Question so resolved in the negative.

Mr DEPUTY SPEAKER (Mr Scholes)Order!The time for the debate on this question expired.

Question put:

That the motion (Mr Snedden's for the suspension of standing orders) be agreed to.







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