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In a moment; I will just make some progress. Let me move on to the detail of the motion, which is constitutionally rather important.
The intent of the motion, as the hon. Gentleman well knows, is to stymie the Prime Minister’s power to have his own Ministers.
Clearly, it is for that Select Committee to decide how it conducts its own affairs, but certainly as far as this motion is concerned, it
I am in the business of protecting our judiciary from becoming politicised, which would be a danger with the hon.
What I can say to my right hon. and learned Friend is that the matter is being given very careful and full consideration.
I do apologise if I have not made that clear; I thought that I had. I can confirm that that is the position.
Whether it be the phrase “as soon as reasonably practicable” or “as soon as possible” is somewhat immaterial, but I think I have made it
It is very kind of the hon.
I think that the hon. Member knows what “in due course” means, and, if he does not, he will have to work it out.