Speaking twice (Lords)
This index term is related to the following paragraphs within Erskine May:
Moving of motions
Process of debate
"A notice of motion may be tabled in the name of one Member of the Lords only. When a motion on the Order Paper is reached, the Clerk at the Table calls the Member of the Lords in whose name it stands, who then rises to move the motion. In their absence..."
Paragraph 25.48, in Part 3, Chapter 25
Speaking more than once
Rules of debate
Restrictions on speeches
"Standing Order No 30 provides that ‘no Lord is to speak more than once to any motion’, except:"
Paragraph 25.64, in Part 3, Chapter 25
Procedure in committee
Proceedings in Committee of the whole House
"Standing Order No 30, which forbids a Member to speak more than once to any motion, does not apply when the House is in committee. A next business motion (see para 25.53 ) is not admitted."
Paragraph 29.38, in Part 4, Chapter 29
Proceedings on consideration of Lords amendments
Consideration of Lords amendments
"Lords amendments are numbered and printed in the sequence in which they propose to alter the text of the bill as sent to the Lords, and are considered in that order unless the House otherwise orders. Lords amendments to the title are printed after the ..."
Paragraph 30.7, in Part 4, Chapter 30
* denotes reference is in the footnotes for the paragraph.