HC Deb 24 June 2004 vol 422 cc1483-4 2.19 pm
Mr. Kevin Hughes (Doncaster, North) (Lab)

On a point of order, Mr. Speaker. Given that it is now abundantly clear that the Leader of the Opposition grossly misled the House yesterday at Prime Minister's Question Time—

Mr. Speaker

Order. Neither the Leader of the Opposition nor any other Member would grossly mislead the House.

Mr. Kevin Hughes

Apparently misled.

Mr. Speaker

Order. Inadvertently.

Mr. Hughes

Inadvertently. It may well have been inadvertent, Mr. Speaker. I pass no judgment on that. What I want to know is whether the Leader of the Opposition has a message for your Office to apologise not only to the House for misleading it but to the people who work in the national health service in his area.

Mr. Speaker

That is not a matter for the Chair.

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