That's a great argument for having a debate on separate bills, then, because some members might be more engaged on one piece of legislation and others on another one.
My time is limited so I do want to get to another point.
I would like to talk about prorogation.
You said that the House was going to have the opportunity to decide whether a decision to prorogue is a good one. I assume that the government should then submit a report. In that way, it would show a degree of transparency.
When you say that the House would be able to decide on the validity of that decision, are you talking about a motion of censure? Would the report be subject to a vote in the House in order to determine whether or not prorogation was being used appropriately? What accountability mechanism do you foresee in that case?