October 21, 1932 (17th Parliament, 4th Session)

LIB

William Duff

Liberal

Mr. DUFF:

I cannot agree with you, Mr. Speaker. It has been the rule for years in this house that speakers can quote from newspapers. That has been done for the last twenty years, and I submit that I am perfectly in order in reading from newspapers. I know, of course, that I am dealing with a very delicate subject, Mr. Speaker, but the quarrel is really not with mo but with you and the Solicitor General for bringing it up in the first instance.

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