From yesterday’s debate in the commons on NHS funding:
Mr Speaker: Emulating Strangford brevity, perhaps, I call Mr Greg Mulholland.
Greg Mulholland (Leeds North West) (LD): Thank you, Mr Speaker. On 22 June, the Life Sciences Minister said in a written answer:
“The decision on the interim funding of Vimizim…will be made by NHS England by the end of June 2015.
”The families involved, and also families affected by Duchenne muscular dystrophy and tuberous sclerosis, were then told that there would be a decision on 30 June and 1 July—
Mr Speaker: Order. The hon. Gentleman will resume his seat. It is a discourtesy to the House to be long-winded, especially when exhorted not to be. The hon. Gentleman has got
Order. Do not argue the toss with the Chair, Mr Mulholland. Don’t shake your head, mate. I am telling you what the position is: you were too long.
Leave, that is fine—we can manage without you.
You were too long and you need to learn. That is the end of it. I call Mr Peter Bone.”
HC Deb 7 FJuly 2015, cols 178-79