A member of the House of Commons who wishes to speak1, whether in the House itself or in a committee of the whole House or in a general committee, must rise in his place uncovered2. When his name has been called by the Speaker or the chairman3, as the case may be, he must address himself not to the House or to the committee, but to the Speaker or to the chairman4.
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