Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 1998 Week 3 Hansard (28 May) . . Page.. 720 ..
Mr Corbell: You will not next time.
Mr Smyth: Yes, we will. There will be even more voters out there.
MR SPEAKER: Order! Both sides of the house will stop interjecting.
Mr Berry: You lied to them. That is why you won.
MS CARNELL: Mr Speaker, we told the people of - - -
Mr Humphries: Mr Speaker, I take a point of order. Mr Berry knows that is not parliamentary and he ought to withdraw it.
Mr Berry: Collectively, Mr Speaker.
MR SPEAKER: I am sorry; I did not hear it because everybody else was shouting. What did he say?
Mr Humphries: He said she lied to them.
Mr Berry: I did not.
MR SPEAKER: If you did, would you please withdraw.
Mr Berry: No, I did not, Mr Speaker. I said, "You lied to them", referring to the lot of them, because the Liberal Party did.
MR SPEAKER: Come on! We have had this one out before. Please withdraw.
Mr Berry: So if - - -
MR SPEAKER: We have had this out before, Mr Berry, on a number of occasions.
Mr Berry: The facts speak for themselves. I will withdraw.
MR SPEAKER: Thank you. Otherwise, you are going to have each member over there standing up and demanding a withdrawal.
Mr Berry: They could not do it without blushing, Mr Speaker.
MS CARNELL: Mr Speaker, Mr Berry has withdrawn, I take it.
MR SPEAKER: He has withdrawn.
MS CARNELL: He has withdrawn. Thank you very much.