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Wednesday, 13 September 2017
Page: 10261

Questions in Writing


Mr KEOGH (Burt) (15:11): Mr Speaker, in accordance with standing order 105(b), I ask that you write to the Prime Minister seeking reasons for the delay in answering questions in writing. It's been 310 days since I wrote to the Prime Minister—


The SPEAKER (15:12): The member for Burt will resume his seat. We'll get the numbers, yes. Thank you. I'm just going to say to the member for Burt a couple of things. If I'm addressing the House, it's important that he waits. He will always get the call. But he'll particularly get the call if he follows the established practice—and he might seek some advice from the Manager of Opposition Business—of letting me know that he's going to seek the call after question time.

An honourable member interjecting

The SPEAKER: It was your error? Okay, that's all right. Throw you out under 94(a)? Okay, then. I wondered why you were trying to get my eye!