HL Deb 17 March 1993 vol 543 c1448
The Earl of Strathmore and Kinghorne

My Lords, with the leave of the House, I should like to say a few words about this afternoon's debates standing in the names of my noble friends Lady Park of Monmouth and Lord Gisborough. As the mover is allowed 15 minutes, and the Minister should rise to reply not less than 20 minutes before the end of the debate, in the case of the debate in the name of my noble friend Lady Park of Monmouth this means that all other speeches should be limited to a maximum of five minutes and in that of my noble friend Lord Gisborough, six minutes. If any noble Lord were to speak at greater length, he would be doing so at the expense of subsequent speakers in that debate.

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