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Harry Sugden

Was scrolling through vHansard, and came across this! Looks like we missed the memo? Ah well, looks like a pretty cool format for temporary notices, so maybe next time.

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(p.s. this is not a criticism!!..... i just wanted to write something in the house of commons font)

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my new font

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Arvid Hansson

I beg to move that this notice be considered henceforth during scheduling of forthcoming CTP events, which - in order to satisfy members on both sides of the pond - shall be arranged and disclosed with appropriate timing to satisfy the appeals laid forth within the open letter written to the CTP Planning House by my Rt. Hon Friend, the member for Boston.

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Oliver Rhodes

You have far too much spare time on your hands...

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Harry Sugden

I don’t find much to do at 1am other than listen to some ordaaaarrr and read EU Withdrawal bills in awe of the font!

The question is that this thread now adjourn.

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Adam Turner

Should we go House of Lords' style? 

The question is that the question that this thread do now adjourn do now be put. 

Edited by Adam Turner
I should proofread

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Nick Marinov

As many as are of that opinion say "AYE"

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Michael Pike

And to the contrary 'NO'.

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Alex Ashley

Too many acronyms spoilt the realism... ?

(please do this seriously)

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Harry Sugden
11 minutes ago, Alex Ashley said:

Too many acronyms spoilt the realism... ?

(please do this seriously)

Mr Speaker, I would like to respond to the Right Honourable Gentleman's comments, if I may. You know, after I published the notice in question, I was kicking myself oh so metaphorically for including any sort of acronym that I hadn't introduced in its full form prior. I do so hope that he will accept my sincerest apologies, as I do wish to accept his statement as friendly and in good faith.

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Alex Ashley
10 hours ago, Harry Sugden said:

Mr Speaker, I would like to respond to the Right Honourable Gentleman's comments, if I may. You know, after I published the notice in question, I was kicking myself oh so metaphorically for including any sort of acronym that I hadn't introduced in its full form prior. I do so hope that he will accept my sincerest apologies, as I do wish to accept his statement as friendly and in good faith.

Mr Speaker,

I accept the right honourable gentlemen’s sincerest apologies and I know as a most esteemed member of the house he will be severely disappointed in this minor error. It was not my intention to cause the honourable gentlemen to publicly regret his slip up as I am aware it is a blip in an otherwise unblemished parliamentary career.

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Fergus Walsh

I will be suspending the rest of today's sitting due to the leak in the roof. Please leave AND NO PHOTOGRAPHS!

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