Is not that another curtailment of a private Member's right? Last week Deputy Milroy himself, on the adjournment of the Dáil, raised the most important question that we discussed since we came here. It was raised on an adjournment motion. Now, under these Standing Orders private Members get no satisfaction at question hour from the Minister. He is debarred now, by your regulations, from raising the matter on the adjournment of the Dáil. I do not understand why that should be so, considering that Deputy Milroy himself was on the motion allowed to raise a question for discussion. I may say these two points were used with great effect when the humblest Member, who had no great Party machine behind him, wished to raise a question at Westminster. I myself, when I was refused a hearing and could not catch the Speaker's eye, availed myself of a supplementary question to raise important matters on the adjournment. Now, I understand, this democratic Dáil has fleeced from the private Members these privileges, and I would like an explanation.