§ 29. Mr. Mander
asked the Secretary of State for Dominion Affairs the number of Dominion citizens who have been killed and wounded by General Franco's forces while serving on British and Dominion merchant vessels?
I am not aware of any case of a Dominion citizen being killed or wounded in circumstances such as the hon. Member mentions.
§ 55. Mr. Mander
asked the Prime Minister whether consultations have taken 1100 place, or are contemplated, with the Spanish Government on the subject of the proposals of General Franco with regard to the establishment of a special port for shipping at Almeria or elsewhere?
§ 57. Lieut.-Commander Fletcher
asked the Prime Minister whether General Franco's proposals concerning Almeria have been communicated to the Spanish Government?
§ The Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs (Mr. Butler)
The proposals concerning Almeria form part of the larger question on which the Prime Minister will make a statement as soon as he is in a position to do so.
§ Mr. Mander
Would the hon. Gentleman be good enough to answer the question as to whether any consultations have taken place with the Spanish Government who are so closely concerned in this matter? That is the question.
§ Mr. Noel-Baker
Has the hon. Gentleman observed that the port of Almeria is so unimportant that it is not one of those into which it is proposed to put observers?