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Julian Lewis: ...Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs when he was last given any substantive information about the (a) welfare of, (b) proposed trial of and (c) other matters relevant to Mr. Simon Mann by the Equatorial Guinea authorities.
Julian Lewis: To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs what reports he has received of contacts with Mr. Simon Mann in Black Beach Prison, Equatorial Guinea by any (a) diplomatic officials, (b) media staff and (c) other personnel independent of the Equatorial Guinea authorities since Mr. Mann's appearance on Channel 4 News; and if he will make a statement.
Julian Lewis: To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs what assessment he has made of the fairness of the conditions for the trial of Simon Mann in Equatorial Guinea.
Ben Wallace: To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs what representations she has made to the Government of Equatorial Guinea concerning the extradition request of UK citizen Simon Mann from Zimbabwe to that country.
James Arbuthnot: To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs what access to consular services is available to Simon Mann, who is in prison in Zimbabwe.
Lord Maginnis of Drumglass: asked Her Majesty's Government: Whether they have made representations to the Government of Zimbabwe concerning the human rights of Simon Mann, in light of recent reports that he may be deported from Zimbabwe to Equatorial Guinea.
Geoffrey Clifton-Brown: To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs what (a) representations he has made and (b) reports he has received on the (i) imprisonment and (ii) welfare of Simon Mann in Harare; and if he will make a statement.
Mark Pritchard: Does not the Simon Mann case underline the folly and short-sightedness of the Government in closing missions and embassies all over Africa? Twenty-three African nations have no British diplomatic representation at all, including Equatorial Guinea. Will the Minister give a commitment that Mr. Mann's rights will not be undermined as a result of the Government's short-sightedness?
Julian Lewis: On a point of order, Mr. Speaker. As has been widely reported, my constituent, Simon Mann, has disappeared from Zimbabwe and, allegedly, has illegally been handed over to the vicious and repressive regime in Equatorial Guinea. Has any Foreign Office Minister given you any indication that he will come to the House and make a statement and, in particular, that he will call in the ambassadors of...
Julian Lewis: Having served his sentence in Zimbabwe, my constituent, Mr. Simon Mann, has been illegally handed over by Zimbabwe to a dictator in Equatorial Guinea who has promised to sodomise him, skin him alive and drag him through the streets of the capital city. What steps can the Government take against Zimbabwe for the outrageous breach of my constituent's human rights when he was handed over before...
Mark Pritchard: ...professional British diplomatic representation? That has a real impact on the welfare of British citizens. For instance, the lack of an embassy in Equatorial Guinea has an impact on the case of Mr. Simon Mann. Will the hon. Gentleman also condemn the fact that, prior to the treaty's ratification, the European Union has set up its first embassy—so-called—in Addis Ababa in Ethiopia?
Henry Bellingham: ...that the Prime Minister will be judged on progress in Zimbabwe. I should like the Under-Secretary to consider an issue that is not on everyone's radar screen. He knows that a British subject, Simon Mann, was arrested in Zimbabwe a few weeks ago for suspected mercenary activity. He went to Zimbabwe approximately a month before he was arrested, held meetings with Zimbabwe Defence Industries...
Lord St John of Bletso: ...that President Mbeki will elaborate on his strategy on Zimbabwe in his state of the nation speech this Friday. My time is almost up. I would have liked to speak on the alleged illegal extradition of Simon Mann to Equatorial Guinea; perhaps the Minister could comment on that. I would also have liked to elaborate on the point made by the noble Viscount, Lord Goschen, as to what measures have...