“I was not told that the police did not have a warrant..”

In his statement to the House of Commons on the search of Conservative MP Damian Green’s parliamentary offices, Speaker Michael Martin revealed that police had neither produced a search warrant nor was one demanded of them by parliamentary officials – which may impact on other considerations. Subsequent points of order below the fold. Adds The Times’ Political Editor, Philip Webster, identifies three losers after the Speaker’s statement – “Jill Pay, the Serjeant-at-Arms, the police, and Michael Martin himself.”
Points of order following the Speaker’s statement

And more points of order