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Thursday, 28 September 1972
Page: 2106

Mr SPEAKER - Does the honourable member claim to have been misrepresented?

Dr PATTERSON - There has been a deliberate misrepresentation of my attitude by the Deputy Prime Minister in regard to Chinese trade.

Mr SPEAKER -I inform the honourable member that the question before the Chair is his claim that he has been misrepresented. He will confine his remarks to where he has been misrepresented. This will not entitle him to debate the question.

Dr PATTERSON - Mr Speaker,with respect, I think it is pretty clear to you that the Minister for -

Mr SPEAKER -Order! There are other forms of the House that the honourable member for Dawson may wish to use. However, it is not for me to advise him in relation to this matter. I point this out to him now.

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