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Role Fulfilment. “Rules” of Britisth Parliamentary. Formally all speakers in a debate are meant to do certain things In real terms these are guides to having a constructive debate and being persuasive

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rules of britisth parliamentary
“Rules” of Britisth Parliamentary
  • Formally all speakers in a debate are meant to do certain things
  • In real terms these are guides to having a constructive debate and being persuasive
  • Your ultimate goal is to persuade the “average reasonable voter” of your side of the motion – not following these rules would make that very difficult
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Opening Government (OG)

Opening Opposition (OO)

  • 2. Leader of Opposition (LO)
  • 4. Deputy Leader of Opposition (DLO)
  • Prime Minister
  • 3. Deputy Prime Minister

TOP HALF

Closing Government (CG)

Closing Opposition (CO)

  • 6. Member of Opposition (MO)
  • 8. Opposition Whip (OW)
  • 5. Member of Government (MG)
  • 7. Government Whip (GW)

BOTTOM HALF

opening government og
Opening Government (OG)

1. Prime Minister

  • Set up the debate i.e. definitions, mechanism, criteria.
  • Problem, mechanism/solution, why it works.
  • Two of the most important arguments and an additional argument.

3. Deputy Prime Minister

  • Respond to Leader of Opposition’s arguments.
  • Defend PM’s arguments against LO’s refutations.
  • One key NEW argument.
  • A further argument (stakeholder analysis).
opening opposition oo
Opening Opposition (OO)

2. Leader of Opposition

  • Respond directly to Prime Minister’s arguments.
  • Set up team-line/principle.
  • Three arguments.

4. Deputy Leader of Opposition

  • Respond to Deputy Prime Minister’s arguments.
  • Defend LO’s arguments against DPM’s refutations.
  • Provide two or three new arguments.
closing government cg
Closing Government (CG)

5. Member of Government (Extension Speaker)

  • Refute OO (especially DLO’s arguments)
  • Make two/three NEW arguments OR
  • Provide FAR more detail on OG’s argument(s).

7. Government Whip (Summary Speaker)

  • Respond directly to Member of Opposition’s arguments (the only one on Gov bench who can).
  • Summarise debate, explaining why Government won BUT emphasising in particular the arguments you brought in CG.
  • Structure: clash points
closing opposition co
Closing Opposition (CO)

6. Member of Opposition (Extension Speaker)

  • Refute Member of Government’s extension (has to be done here and not in the summary).
  • Two/three extension arguments.

8. Opposition Whip (Summary Speaker)

  • Defend MO’s extension against GW’s rebuttal.
  • Summarise debate, emphasising MO’s extension as being key to it being won by Opposition.
points of information
Points of Information
  • A short (15 second maximum) interjection from a speaker on the opposite bench
  • The person speaking is expected to respond directly to the POI if possible
  • The person speaking always has the right to decline a POI
  • Should accept at least 1 – but too many will get in the way of your speech
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