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Wednesday, 20 August 1980
Page: 496

Mr HAYDEN (Oxley) (Leader of the Opposition) - Mr Speaker, I interjected:

Make it four. You have never been restrained by a want of responsibility and honesty before.

Put that in Hansard.

Mr SPEAKER - Order! The rules in relation to Hansard are quite clear. They are that if the honourable member speaking does not respond to an interjection it will not be recorded. Normally an interjection is not recorded unless some action flows from it, such as a call from the Speaker or Chairman of Committees for its withdrawal. That rule will be observed. I am bound to point out, however, that if people look at today's Hansard they will see the remarks of the honourable member for Denison and the Leader of the Opposition.

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