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[Mr. David Amess in the Chair] — Latin America (3 Mar 2009)

Jeremy Corbyn: US strategy towards Latin America has changed for several reasons. Its economic problems, its obsession with the middle east, and the war in Iraq have taken its attention away from Latin America. The new President and his Administration have not made a high priority of relations with Latin America. This is a period when Latin America can consolidate itself as an entity following the eternal...

Bills Presented: Iraq: Future Strategic Relationship (14 Jan 2009)

Jeremy Corbyn: I thank the Secretary of State for giving way. What estimate can he give us of the number of civilians who have died in Iraq since 2003 and the number of Iraqis who are still in internal or external exile from that country? What investigations will the British presence and any other presence undertake into the effects of the use of cluster bombs and depleted uranium weapons on the people of...

Written Answers — Defence: Iraq and Afghanistan: Peacekeeping Operations (14 Jan 2009)

Jeremy Corbyn: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence how much the deployment of armed forces to (a) Iraq and (b) Afghanistan has cost in (i) 2008-09 and (ii) each year since 2003-04; and what projection he has made of the cost in 2009-10.

Debate on the Address: Foreign Affairs and Defence (10 Dec 2008)

Jeremy Corbyn: ...is very important and very special in being such an important place for research. This debate is clearly dominated by the current wars. I was one of a large number of Members who voted against the Iraq war in 2003. I have no regrets whatever about my vote and I am sure that my colleagues do not either—indeed, my understanding is that many around the House wish they had voted against the...

Oral Answers to Questions — Health: Iraq (22 Jul 2008)

Jeremy Corbyn: Will the Prime Minister tell us what discussions he had while visiting Iraq about the probability of permanent British or American bases being established in Iraq and of there being a permanent military presence there?

Written Answers — Defence: Iraq: Peacekeeping Operations (4 Jun 2008)

Jeremy Corbyn: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence how much his Department spent on private security contractors for UK military facilities in Iraq in each year since 2003.

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Iraq: Diplomatic Service (4 Jun 2008)

Jeremy Corbyn: To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs what the cost of the UK diplomatic presence in Iraq was in each year from 1998 to 2007.

Written Answers — International Development: Iraq: Overseas Aid (4 Jun 2008)

Jeremy Corbyn: To ask the Secretary of State for International Development what his Department spent on (a) bilateral and (b) multilateral aid to Iraq in each year since 1998.

Written Answers — Defence: Iraq: Peacekeeping Operations (2 Jun 2008)

Jeremy Corbyn: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence what the costs of the UK military presence in Iraq were in each year since 2003.

Democratic Republic of the Congo (Development) (7 May 2008)

Jeremy Corbyn: ...the outside just how devastating the war has been in the east of the country. In the past 10 years, 5.4 million people have been killed in the conflict there, which is far more than have died in Iraq and Afghanistan combined or in almost any other war in the same period. It is the biggest death toll by armed conflict anywhere in the world in the recent past. First world war proportions of...

Opposition Day — [8th Allotted Day]: Iraq Inquiry (25 Mar 2008)

Jeremy Corbyn: ...he was a Minister? Since he supports an inquiry, as I do, does he accept that it should include a thorough investigation of those Ministers, civil servants and others who authorised selling arms to Iraq, even after the events at Halabja, and of British participation, which Ministers approved, in the Baghdad arms fair the following year?

Opposition Day — [8th Allotted Day]: Iraq Inquiry (25 Mar 2008)

Jeremy Corbyn: Does my right hon. Friend consider that any inquiry held should also look at the role of the Foreign Office and Ministers in relation to the refusal to allow weapons inspectors to return to Iraq just after Christmas 2002? The inspectors had clearly made enormous progress in disarming the regime. As she knows, I supported the idea of indicting the regime before that. The inspectors were not...

Opposition Day — [8th Allotted Day]: Iraq Inquiry (25 Mar 2008)

Jeremy Corbyn: ...out. Perhaps he could take a lesson from across the Atlantic. Not only has the United States held inquiries, but both of its Houses have debated and voted for the withdrawal of US troops from Iraq, and the troops remain there only through the presidential veto. Cannot we learn a lesson from that side of the Atlantic too?

Business of the House (20 Mar 2008)

Jeremy Corbyn: The Leader of the House will be aware that today is the fifth anniversary of the commencement of the invasion of Iraq, and that this year it will be seven years since the war started in Afghanistan. I appreciate that we will have a debate next week on the inquiry into the events leading up to the war in Iraq, but will the Leader of the House make Government time available for a serious debate...

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: Iraqi Forces (Training) (3 Mar 2008)

Jeremy Corbyn: There were reports in yesterday's papers that the Government are to bring forward the withdrawal of a further 1,000 troops from Iraq. Will the Secretary of State make any comment that he feels fit on that? Will he also give us an estimate of the final date for withdrawing all British troops from Iraq?

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: Iraq (21 Jan 2008)

Jeremy Corbyn: Can the Secretary of State give us an indication of when he expects the last British troops finally to leave Iraq?

Oral Answers to Questions — Children, Schools and Families: European Council (Brussels) (17 Dec 2007)

Jeremy Corbyn: ...meeting. What concerns were expressed about the rights of Kurdish people in south-east Turkey, the growing militarisation of that part of the country and the incursions by Turkish forces into Iraq at present? What meetings are being sought with the Turkish Government to try to reduce tensions and bring about peace and cultural respect in that area?

Orders of the Day: Foreign Affairs and Defence (12 Nov 2007)

Jeremy Corbyn: The opening remarks by the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs painted a rosy picture of the alleged successes in Iraq and of what is happening now. I would like to put a slightly different slant on things. We should remind ourselves that US troops are in Iraq only because of a presidential veto of two votes of both Houses of the US Congress to withdraw them all and that...

Orders of the Day: Foreign Affairs and Defence (12 Nov 2007)

Jeremy Corbyn: ..., peace in the future? Does he share my concern that all the talking being done by him and many others leads us inexorably towards the same kind of crisis we faced in 2003, when we ended up bombing Iraq? That has resulted in 500,000 people dead.

[Mr. Christopher Chope in the Chair] — Human Rights (11 Oct 2007)

Jeremy Corbyn: ...if she considered whether she can make any comments to the Indian Government on its subject matter. Finally, let me mention the human rights of people in the middle eastern region, and of people in Iraq in particular. I have raised that issue twice this week—once during the Prime Minister's statement and once during Foreign and Commonwealth Office questions. My specific concern was the...


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