– in the House of Commons at 12:00 am on 9th November 1966.
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The following Questions stood upon the Order Paper:
44 and 45. Mr. ARTHUR LEWIS: To ask the Attorney-General (1) for how long investigations have been going on into matters connected with the John Bloom affair; how long the police have been inquiring; and when their present inquiries will end;
(2) what further steps are envisaged as a result of the Report now being investigated by the Director of Public Prosecutions on the John Bloom affair.
Mr. Arthur Lewis—Question No. 44.
Where is he?
He was here yesterday.
Under the circumstances, I refrain from saying, "For this relief, much thanks."
Mr. Whitaker—Question No. 46.
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