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Point of order Meaning, as used in the UK Parliament

A point of order is an appeal to the Chair or Speaker for clarification or for a ruling on a matter of procedure in the House of Commons. The Member of Parliament must explain their reasons for believing the rules of the House have been broken and the Speaker decides whether it is a valid point of order or not.

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  • Article Name: Point of Order
  • Author: David Jane
  • Description: Point of order Meaning, as used in the UK Parliament A point of order is an appeal to the Chair or Speaker for [...]

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