Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2011 Week 02 Hansard (Thursday, 10 March 2011) . . Page.. 710 ..
Mr Hargreaves: On a point of order, Mr Speaker.
MR SPEAKER: Mr Doszpot, I just asked Mr Corbell to withdraw the use of the word “grub”. I am somewhat surprised you subsequently used it in interjection. I would invite you to withdraw.
Mr Doszpot: I withdraw, Mr Speaker.
MR SPEAKER: Thank you. Mr Hargreaves, did you have a point of order?
Mr Hargreaves: Yes. The point of order was that you have asked Mr Hanson to come to the subject of the motion and he is still prosecuting a different case. Perhaps you can ask him to come back to the question.
MR SPEAKER: Thank you. Mr Hanson, did you want to debate the motion any further?
MR HANSON: I think the point is that if it was relevant for Mr Corbell to discuss Ms Porter and make a point about that, then it is entirely relevant for me and the minister to respond.
Mr Corbell: You said it, Jeremy.
MR HANSON: Mr Corbell is interjecting, “You said it.” The point is that I did not say that, Mr Corbell. I will be getting the Hansard and I will be coming back into this place. You can choose to withdraw it and apologise before then; otherwise, watch out.
MS BRESNAN (Brindabella) (10.52): I have already spoken to Mr Corbell’s amendments but I will speak briefly again, just to clarify too. We will not be supporting these amendments but I will, as I have already foreshadowed, be moving an amendment to Mr—
Mrs Dunne: On a point of order, Mr Speaker, Ms Bresnan has already spoken and therefore needs leave to speak again.
MS BRESNAN: I seek leave to speak.
MR SPEAKER: No, I do not believe so. She is now speaking to Mr Corbell’s amendments.
MS BRESNAN: I spoke to Brendan’s—
Mrs Dunne: She said she had already spoken to the amendments.
MS BRESNAN: No, I said I had already mentioned them.
Mrs Dunne: Ms Bresnan has already spoken.
MS BRESNAN: Different amendments, not this amendment.