With respect, it is not. Normally when the Speaker puts a question to the House and asks if there is consent, the fact that certain members say no or certain members say yes is not normally recorded. The Speaker does not normally say I hear a no from so and so. The Speaker says I hear a no and there is therefore not consent.
For hon. members to make allegations as to who said it or make statements as to who said it is a matter for debate. It is not a point of order, with great respect.
The hon. member may disagree with the allegation, which is fair game, but that is a matter of debate. I respectfully suggest that we resume the debate, which is what this is about.