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I must make a little bit of progress. Otherwise I shall be speaking until 2.30 pm, and I know that other Members wish to speak.
I am going to deal with that point later in my remarks. As I was saying a moment ago to the hon.
Let me make a bit of progress to get on to my second page, and I shall take more interventions later.
I will happily give way to my hon. Friend.
I will come later on to the question about good reasons for sanctioning somebody. We do have to be careful.
I will give way briefly.
Thank you, Madam Deputy Speaker. Accordingly, I shall now deal with the practical case for sanctions.
My experience is that the Government are genuinely listening and, as we have heard in many examples today, have repeatedly responded to