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I am sorry that there is no time for the hon. Member for Portsmouth South to wind up, because a number of colleagues wanted to speak.
Many thanks for being so brief. I now call the Minister, and I would be grateful if he could try to finish by 6.21 pm.
I am grateful to colleagues for showing restraint and being so concise, and also for making very moving contributions.
Thank you very much indeed for being so concise. I call Paul Sweeney, who has exactly two minutes.
Thank you very much indeed for being so brief. I call Emma Hardy.
Before I call the next speaker, I note that we have nine applications to speak.
One last one.
Seventy years after the founding of NATO, will the Prime Minister find time today to look at the situation facing Northern Ireland vetera
To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, what plans he has for the UK's future immigration system.