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Speaker's rulings

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A Speaker's ruling is a judgement made by the Commons Speaker about the way the rules of the House should be applied or interpreted. A ruling may be required, for instance, when a new set of circumstances arises for which there are no clear precedents to follow. Speaker's rulings are seen as authoritative and are recorded in Erskine May.

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