The House of Commons will allow the conduct of the Speaker to be questioned only by means of a substantive motion, and will not tolerate a reflection upon his conduct to be made in any other way by one of its members either inside or outside the precincts of the House. Nor may any notice of a question to the Speaker be given by any member in the House, although questions relating to his responsibilities may be asked of him by private notice with his consent
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