I declare Motion No. 78 lost.
I have noticed that there are quite a few members coming in and out. I will remind everyone again that if a member is not in the House when the question is put, that member is not to vote. Did everybody understand that? For a member to vote the member must be in the House when the question is put. If the vote is obvious in one direction or another it is not a problem but imagine if the vote was very close. The rule is that if members are not in the House they cannot vote. Is that fair enough? Do hon. members want me to explain that in more detail?
The question is on Motion No. 79. Is it the pleasure of the House to adopt the motion?