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Thursday, 22 May 1980
Page: 3068

Mr DEPUTY SPEAKER -Order! I have allowed the honourable member some latitude. There is no point of order. The Standing Orders are being observed. I call the honourable member for Mackellar.

Mr Uren - Well, in what way are they being observed? I want to know from the Government -

Mr DEPUTY SPEAKER -Order! The honourable member for Reid said that he was raising a point of order. He has not related his point of order to any Standing Order.

Motion ( by Mr Uren) proposed:

That the honourable member be not further heard.

Mr Fife - It was only last week that the Opposition was complaining because this important issue of education was not being debated in this House. In response to that I said there would be another opportunity to debate this subject when the guidelines were introduced. The guidelines have been introduced and the Opposition has a opportunity to debate this matter. Apparently the honourable member for Reid is indicating that this matter is no longer important.

Mr DEPUTY SPEAKER -Order! I have allowed the Minister some latitude. A motion is before the Chair that the honourable member for Mackellar be not further heard.

Question put.

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