§ Mr. Crouch
On a point of order, Mr. Speaker. I am a little disappointed that during this rather dull Question Time the most important Question was not reached. I thought that the arrival of the Lord President signified that perhaps a special message had been sent to you from the Front Bench that Question 28, concerning Oliver Cromwell, should be raised. Could you advise me, Mr. Speaker, how you sometimes decide to call a Question that is far down the list? Is it because the Question is important, or is it because a special representation has been made from the Front Bench?
§ Mr. Speaker
The hon. Gentleman knows that I am not responsible for the grouping of Questions. I am deeply sorry that Oliver Cromwell must remain where he is.