A debate is initiated by a member of the House of Commons proposing a motion1. After the motion has been made it is proposed from the chair and is then open to debate. All speeches must be relevant to the proposition or to an amendment which the member speaking wishes to move. When an amendment has been moved it is likewise proposed from the chair. A debate is terminated by the question being put from the chair, unless the motion or amendment is, with the unanimous leave of the House, withdrawn by the
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