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Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Iraq (15 Mar 2006)

Jeremy Corbyn: What discussions he has had with President Bush on the deployment of US and British troops in Iraq.

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Iraq (15 Mar 2006)

Jeremy Corbyn: Does the Prime Minister recognise that this weekend is the third anniversary of the invasion of Iraq by British and American troops, that 2,000 American soldiers and more than 100 British soldiers have sadly lost their lives, and tens of thousands of Iraqis have died? Does not he think that it is time to set a date for the withdrawal of British and American troops from Iraq to end the...

Points of Order (13 Mar 2006)

Jeremy Corbyn: ...)—mentioned that they had interests to declare. I have just been to look at the Register of Members' Interests, and it is extremely unclear what interest the hon. Member for Mid-Sussex has in Iraq, because he claims to be a director of a restaurant company and of an investment company. If hon. Members say that they have an interest in a subject of such importance as the presence of...

Iraq: Roulement (13 Mar 2006)

Jeremy Corbyn: I do not think that the Secretary of State fully answered the point raised by the hon. Member for Berwickshire, Roxburgh and Selkirk (Mr. Moore) about provincial governments in Iraq who are refusing to have any contact whatever with British occupying forces. Will the Secretary of State tell us what the current situation is in relation to those provincial governments? Is he aware that a large...

Written Answers — Prime Minister: Iraq (8 Mar 2006)

Jeremy Corbyn: To ask the Prime Minister when he expects British troops to leave Iraq.

Written Answers — Defence: Iraq (13 Feb 2006)

Jeremy Corbyn: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence what the total strength was of UK forces in Iraq in each month since May 2003; and what he expects the figure to be by May 2006.

Troop Deployment (Afghanistan) (25 Jan 2006)

Jeremy Corbyn: ...the Secretary of State at least tell us what requests or information have been received from the United States about the reduction of their troop numbers in Afghanistan because they are needed in Iraq, and whether or not there has been a direct request to Britain to replace those troops so the same number of forces remain in that country?

Written Answers — Defence: Iraq (24 Jan 2006)

Jeremy Corbyn: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence what his latest estimate is of the total number of weapons of mass destruction found in Iraq since March 2003; and how many of these were classified as (a) nuclear, (b) chemical and (c) biological.

Written Answers — Defence: Iraq (23 Jan 2006)

Jeremy Corbyn: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence what studies have been undertaken by his Department of the effects of depleted uranium on (a) Coalition forces, (b) Iraqi forces and (c) civilians in Iraq since May 2003; and if he will make a statement.

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Iraq (23 Jan 2006)

Jeremy Corbyn: To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs what discussions his officials have had with the Kurdish Regional Government of Iraq concerning (a) removal of non-Kurdish people from the area and (b) freedom of expression; and if he will make a statement.

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: Iraq (12 Dec 2005)

Jeremy Corbyn: Is the Secretary of State aware that, over the weekend, a peace conference on Iraq was organised in London by the Stop the War coalition and other groups, that many of the speakers at that conference were from Iraq, from parties that are contesting the elections in Iraq and, indeed, in some cases, are already represented in the National Assembly in Iraq, and that they all made the point that...

Defence in the United Kingdom (17 Nov 2005)

Jeremy Corbyn: ...about recruitment; clearly there is an enormous problem. Part of that problem is the question of rights within the service, but the disenchantment of many members of the public with the policies in Iraq is part of it, too. I have met the families of some of the soldiers who laid down their life in Iraq. Some feel very angry, some feel very bitter and some feel that the soldiers were misled...

Defence in the United Kingdom (17 Nov 2005)

Jeremy Corbyn: I do not want to challenge your ruling, Madam Deputy Speaker, but if it is about defence in the UK it is perfectly obvious that the presence of British troops in Iraq is part of the debate. Other Members have mentioned the presence of British troops in the Falklands, Gibraltar, Brunei, Cyprus and Germany, so why can we not mention Iraq?

Defence in the United Kingdom (17 Nov 2005)

Jeremy Corbyn: I have no intention of turning it into a debate on Iraq, but Iraq is an important factor in British military expenditure and the approach taken by the Ministry of Defence. It is clearly central to the Ministry's policy making. When the Secretary of State replies to the debate, as I am sure he will, I hope that he will tell us when those 8,000 troops will come home. At the moment, it appears...

Oral Answers to Questions — Defence: Iraq (17 Oct 2005)

Jeremy Corbyn: Will the Secretary of State comment on the fact that on Saturday the Iranian ambassador made a very clear statement that his Government played no part whatsoever in the explosions in southern Iraq or in attacks on British forces? If the Defence Secretary has evidence, will he publish it? Does he agree that Condoleezza Rice and others who made statements over the weekend, which were, to some...

Written Answers — Defence: Iraq (10 Oct 2005)

Jeremy Corbyn: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence how many British troops have served in Iraq to date; and how many were deployed there on 1 January and 1 July.

Millennium Review Summit (26 May 2005)

Jeremy Corbyn: ...to challenge what various Governments are saying. This may the subject for another debate, but we must recognise the fact that the UN should have a role in conflict prevention. I opposed the Iraq war, as did many others, but that is not the point I want to make today. There are many other conflicts in the world, with many victims, and in many of them no one is making any effort whatever to...

Foreign Affairs and Defence (18 May 2005)

Jeremy Corbyn: ...which we have just emerged is the first I can remember in which international affairs have played a significant part throughout. Every day dozens of people in my constituency raised the subject of Iraq with me, as well as global poverty and all that goes with it. Such a degree of understanding is most welcome. To some extent, the Government's approach to international affairs has been...

Foreign Affairs and Defence (18 May 2005)

Jeremy Corbyn: That is a fair point. The Government of Iraq are not seen to be representative of the entire population. They exist within the green zone in its strongest form; in the rest of the country, their writ is patchy. Perhaps the most effective forms of government in Iraq are to be found in the Kurdish regions in the north of the country, and I suspect that, in the foreseeable future, there will be...

Foreign Affairs and Defence (18 May 2005)

Jeremy Corbyn: ...and survive in a difficult set of circumstances. We must consider the effects of the invasion and also the forces that have been unleashed by that invasion that are causing the problem within Iraq. If we go into illegal wars—I believe that this was an illegal war—occupy indefinitely and support a Government who are in part privatising and exporting the country's wealth, an opposition...


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