There have been dramatic scenes at the vote on whether to approve a controversial waste incinerator in Norfolk.
In a passionate speech, North West Norfolk MP Henry Bellingham refused to keep to his allotted three minutes, saying he would speak for another minute and not be stifled.
He spoke directly to Norfolk County Council members warning them: "You defy democracy at your peril."
He demanded they do their democratic duty and listen to the will of the local people, otherwise trust in politicians would be lost. The debate continues.
A public inquiry into controversial plans to build a waste incinerator in King's Lynn opens today
Two councils engaged in a dispute over the proposed incinerator at King's Lynn say they will team up to monitor air quality if it is built