Mr Ernest Bennett: asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies whether his attention has been called to the sentence of 10 years imprisonment and 18 lashes with a whip, passed on 25th March at Jerusalem, on an Arab boy of 13 who was charged with shooting at, and slightly injuring a Jew; and whether he would secure some mitigation of this sentence in view of the prisoner's age?
Mr Ernest Bennett: Is it a fact that this corrupt police officer has been dismissed?
Mr Ernest Bennett: asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies why, in view of the many criminal activities of the Irgun Tzvai Le-Umi, national military organisation, the leaders of this Zionist society have not been arrested and prosecuted?
Mr Ernest Bennett: asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies whether he is aware of the fact that an Arab lady, Mrs. Sadij Nassar, of Haifa, after being imprisoned for three months is now being detained for a further period of six months without receiving any information as to the charge against her or undergoing any form of trial; and whether in the circumstances, he will take steps either to bring Mrs....
Mr Ernest Bennett: May I ask whether a Writ of Habeas Corpus can issue in a Mandated Territory?
Mr Ernest Bennett: asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer whether the Anglo-French Financial Agreement involves a definite obligation on the part of the British and French Governments to maintain the existing official rate of exchange between the pound and the franc, or merely an endeavour by the two Governments to maintain the present rate as far as practicable?
Mr Ernest Bennett: asked the Home Secretary whether he can now state the result of the recent appeal by the hon. and gallant Member for Midlothian and Peebles (Captain Ramsay) against his detention?
Mr Ernest Bennett: asked the Home Secretary whether the members of the Amazons' Defence Corps are accorded permits for carrying rifles?