I want to come back to your final comment.
I think the point the clerk is making is that there actually was no decision of the House. The decision of the House was fairly clearly laid out in respect of what the conditions were, namely, that this bill was withdrawn because there was no sponsor.
I think the point you're making is that if there was a negative decision at second reading, at report stage, or a negative decision made at third reading, there would be a decision of the House as it relates to the substance of the bill. In this particular case, the bill was at report stage. We didn't actually have a decision of the House. Under the Standing Orders, it had to be withdrawn because Mr. Hussen could no longer be a sponsor of the bill.