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My right hon. Friend makes an intriguing point. I will not get into any discussions about the question of liability.
I will obey your strictures and move on, Mr Speaker. I turn to the question of what might happen with regards to the further extension.
I think it is axiomatic that the Prime Minister will indeed listen carefully to any constructive suggestions made by the Council and the
Let me just make a little bit of progress, and then I will of course take more interventions.
My right hon. and learned Friend tempts me on to a path of anticipating what might or might not be the outcome of the summit.
Tempted as I am to take further interventions from right hon. and hon. Members, I must finish.
Just like my hon. Friend, I am an assiduous canvasser and I am having those conversations myself.
My right hon. and learned Friend is right to talk about the need to avoid cliff edges.
My right hon. Friend makes a powerful point. As a Member of Parliament, she represents car manufacturing interests very proudly.