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10 May, 2010
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Mr B.J. GRYLLS: All members opposite did was create a disaster and now, 18 months later, they have come into the Parliament and said, “It’s all our fault.” I know exactly what has happened.

Several members interjected.

Mr B.J. GRYLLS: Members opposite can yap and yawp all they like, but they know that this problem was created on their watch; they are the ones who ballsed it up and we are the ones who will fix it up. We have a great Minister for Planning and a new Minister for Housing.

Withdrawal of Remark

The ACTING SPEAKER (Mr P.B. Watson): What did you say then?

Mr B.J. GRYLLS: I said they ballsed it up.

The ACTING SPEAKER: I think you should withdraw that.

Mr B.J. GRYLLS: Mr Acting Speaker, I withdraw the fact that they ballsed it up.

The ACTING SPEAKER: Order! I call you to order for the first time. When you get up to withdraw, you should not repeat what you have just said, so I call you to order for the first time.

Mr B.J. GRYLLS: Mr Acting Speaker —

The ACTING SPEAKER: Order! Are you querying my decision?

Mr B.J. GRYLLS: No, Mr Acting Speaker.

Mr D.A. Templeman: He’s taken the wind out of your sails!

The ACTING SPEAKER: Order! I will take the wind out of your sails, member for Mandurah!

Mr B.J. GRYLLS: Mr Acting Speaker, I withdraw.

Subject: Affordable Housing and Land Supply [Legislative Assembly – Matter of Public Interest]

Date: 4 May 2010

Hansard reference: p. 2314 [online (pdf)]

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