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Thursday, 13 October 1983
Page: 1801
  The House divided.

(Mr Speaker-Hon. Harry Jenkins

Ayes . . . . . . . . . . .62
Noes . . . . . . . . . . .31
Majority . . . . . . . . .31

Baldwin, P. J.Hurford, C. J.
Beazley, K. C.Johnson, Les
Beddall, D. P.Jones, Barry
Bilney, G. N.Kelly, R. J.
Blanchard, C. A.Kent, L.
Brown, JohnKerin, J. C.
Brown, RobertKlugman, R. E.
Brumby, J. M.Lindsay, E. J.
Campbell, G.McHugh, J.
Charles, D. E.Maher, M. J.
Charlesworth, R. I.Mayer, H.
Chynoweth, R. L.Mildren, J. B.
Cross, M. D.Milton, P.
Cunningham, B. T. (Teller)Morris, Allan
Darling, E. E.Mountford, J. G.
Dawkins, J. S.O'Neil, L. R. T.
Duffy, M. J.Punch, G. F.
Edwards, RonaldReeves, J. E.
Everingham, D. N.Saunderson, J.
Fatin, W. F.Scholes, G. G. D.
Free, R. V.Scott, J. L.
Fry, K. L.Simmons, D. W.
Gayler, J.Snow, J. H.
Gear, G.Staples, P. R.
Griffiths, A. G.Steedman, A. P.
Hand, G. L.Theophanous, A. C.
Hayden, W. G.Uren, T.
Holding, A. C.Wells, D. McM.
Hollis, C.West, S. J.
Howe, B. L.Willis, R.
Humphreys, B. C. (Teller)Young, M. J.
Aldred, K. J.McGauran, P. J.
Anthony, J. D.McVeigh, D. T.
Braithwaite, R. A.Millar, P. C.
Cadman, A. G.Moore, J. C.
Cameron, Ewen (Teller)Newman, K. E.
Cameron, Ian (Teller)Porter, J. R.
Dobie, J. D. M.Robinson, Ian
Drummond, P. H.Ruddock, P. M.
Edwards, HarryShipton, R. F.
Fisher, P. S.Sinclair, I. McC.
Hawker, D. P. M.Spender, J. M.
Hodgman, W. M.Street, A. A.
Howard, J. W.Tuckey, C. W.
Hunt, R. J. D.White, P. N. D.
Lloyd, B.Wilson, I. B. C.
Lusher, S. A.
Blewett, N.Fife, W. C.
Morrison, W. L.Coleman, W. P.
Child, J.Rocher, A. C.
McLeay, LeoGroom, R. J.
Cohen, B.Goodluck, B. J.
Bowen, LionelHicks, N. J.
Morris, PeterO'Keefe, F. L.
Keogh, L. J.Andrew, J. N.
Gorman, R. N. J.MacPhee, I. M.
Jacobi, R.MacKellar, M. J. R.
In division- Mr Scholes-Mr Speaker, would you advise the honourable member who is taking certain risks that he is not covered by privilege in the remarks he is making?
Mr SPEAKER-The point of order taken by the Minister for Defence is quite correct. The matter is not recorded in Hansard and, if reported in the Press, would not be covered by privilege.

Question resolved in the affirmative.