Mr. Speaker, I rise on a point of order on what is happening here. I would refer to page 6 of Beauchesne in terms of Speakers' rulings.
Mr. Speaker, you made a ruling that there was not a point of privilege. You then followed that by saying the matter was one of debate and that is where you left it.
The House leader for the Liberal Party has stood in his place and challenged the Speaker on a ruling. According to Beauchesne, it is very clear, Mr. Speaker, that you are the authority. You are the person elected by the House and once a decision has been made that is the decision of the House.
If the House leader for the Liberal Party wishes to challenge your authority, then he had better do it on that basis and under no other guise.
The decision has been made and it should stand as is.