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Orders of the Day — Northern Ireland (Emergency Provisions) Bill (19 Nov 1990)

Jeremy Corbyn: I thank the right hon. Gentleman for giving way a second time. He will recall that the European Court of Human Rights expressed grave reservations about the operation of the Prevention of Terrorism (Temporary Provisions) Act 1989. Is he satisfied that the Bill will meet the requirements of that court on holding prisoners without access to legal representatives?

Orders of the Day — Northern Ireland (Emergency Provisions) Bill (19 Nov 1990)

Jeremy Corbyn: Many people are concerned about the operation of the Prevention of Terrorism (Temporary Provisions) Act. Does the Secretary of State think it right that those who have been before the courts in this country, originally arrested under that Act and subsequently released by the court because no case was found against them, should be made the subject of a banishment order signed by the Secretary...

Orders of the Day — School Teachers' Pay and Conditions (No. 2) Bill (29 Apr 1991)

Jeremy Corbyn: ...most odious men—General Pinochet—from visiting this country to take part in an arms exhibition? You must be aware that thousands of people have sought refuge in this country from his regime of terror who lost relatives in the secret prisons and torture chambers under his fascist regime.

Oral Answers to Questions — Northern Ireland: Prevention of Terrorism Act (14 Nov 1991)

Jeremy Corbyn: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland what are the total number of residents of Northern Ireland who have been questioned under the Prevention of Terrorism Act and (a) subsequently charged and (b) convicted or had an exclusion order placed upon them since 1974.

Oral Answers to Questions — Northern Ireland: Prevention of Terrorism Act (14 Nov 1991)

Jeremy Corbyn: ...cannot provide information that must be available to the police and to the Northern Ireland Office about the number of people in Northern Ireland who have been questioned under the Prevention of Terrorism Act and subsequently charged and convicted. If the pattern in Northern Ireland is the same as in the rest of the United Kingdom, the Minister will know that the number of persons there...

Counter-terrorism (8 May 1992)

Jeremy Corbyn: Does the Home Secretary accept that there have been some monstrous miscarriages of justice as a result of the operation of the prevention of terrorism Act, such as that of the Guildford Four? What assurances can he give us that undercover operations by the security services will not in themselves lead to further serious miscarriages of justice because of the lack of accountability of those...

Orders of the Day — Caravan Sites (Amendment) Bill (5 Feb 1993)

Jeremy Corbyn: ...hon. Gentleman seems to be heading off in a curious direction. Precisely what legal means does he propose to adopt to stop certain Irish people coming to this country? Apart from the prevention of terrorism legislation, which applies to people from any country, there is no legal provision to stop Irish people coming here. Is he seriously proposing that the relationship between the people...

Orders of the Day — Asylum and Immigration Appeals Bill: Before clause 3 (7 Jun 1993)

Jeremy Corbyn: ...of voluntary scheme. That is not satisfactory, and we shall return to the question of guaranteeing real support, real friendship and real protection for victims of the most appalling brutality and terror that exists around the world today.

Orders of the Day — Statement on the Defence Estimates 1992 (21 Jun 1993)

Jeremy Corbyn: ...political oppression and human rights abuses"— which receive scant regard from the Ministry of Defence and the arms manufacturers, who are happy to sell arms to Indonesia and similar regimes— terrorism, crime and disease. We are on completely the wrong track. We should look to develop peace in the world, and to develop and support peaceful institutions, rather than arming ourselves for...

Orders of the Day — Latin America (26 Jul 1993)

Jeremy Corbyn: ...support military regimes and because they believed in a genuine form of liberty. Although no one can be happy with the current situation in Peru and Bolivia, there is an economic dimension to the terror. The poverty in many of the rural areas and the lack of decent prices for the primary products produced by the campesinos, particularly those in the Andean region, have turned those people...

Ireland (Joint Declaration) (15 Dec 1993)

Jeremy Corbyn: ...Gerry Adams, the leader of the Sinn Fein? In the spirit of expanding democracy in Northern Ireland and in the whole country, what consideration has he given to the repeal of the prevention of terrorism Act, to a lifting of the ban on Gerry Adam's movements to this country and to the ending of the broadcasting ban on Sinn Fein so that the peace process may be further hastened in Northern...

Orders of the Day — Criminal Justice and Public Order Bill: After Clause 136 (20 Oct 1994)

Jeremy Corbyn: ...cheaply in the first place; often, conversions are done cheaply and, for that reason, there is no soundproofing or sound insulation. It means that what one family consider normal behaviour can be terrorism for the family above or below, even though such behaviour can simply be the problem of five or six-year-old children running around a flat. People who live in detached or semi-detached...

Prayers: Latin America (18 Oct 1995)

Jeremy Corbyn: ...my name deploring the fact that General Pinochet visited Britain two weeks ago. Conservative Members might well smile about that, but their party was the mainstay of his regime during his reign of terror in Chile when the British Tory Government were happy to supply him with arms. I want to put on record my disgust, and the disgust of many other people, that such an evil man was allowed to...

Prevention of Terrorism (Additional Powers) Bill: Power to Stop and Search Pedestrians (2 Apr 1996)

Jeremy Corbyn: ...protests made yesterday and this morning by a considerable number of hon. Members that we were able to table and discuss amendments. The Bill builds on bad legislation known as the prevention of terrorism Act, which has resulted not in the prevention of terrorism but in many Irish people—so far as Great Britain is concerned, they are mainly in London—being stopped, searched, held for...

Prevention of Terrorism (Additional Powers) Bill (Allocation of Time) (2 Apr 1996)

Jeremy Corbyn: ...excessive powers to stop and search people at random. That will lead to a deterioration in relations between the police and the community. Furthermore, it will do nothing to solve the problems of terrorism, which are basically political in origin and therefore require a political solution. The sorry experience of Northern Ireland since 1969 has shown that we need something more than...

Prevention of Terrorism (Additional Powers) Bill (Allocation of Time) (2 Apr 1996)

Jeremy Corbyn: ..., it is up to the Home Secretary to convince people that the difficulty or emergency exists. I cannot speak for everybody, but many people in my constituency have suffered under the prevention of terrorism Act in the past. Many people now recognise that the PTA is obsolete and unnecessary legislation and a denial of civil liberties. The Bill is a further denial of civil liberties and the...

Prevention of Terrorism (Additional Powers) Bill: Power to Stop and Search Pedestrians (2 Apr 1996)

Jeremy Corbyn: ...felt that large numbers of them would be stopped over the next few weeks when the power is introduced because London is, of course, a designated area. One must link the measure to the prevention of terrorism Act. Will the Home Secretary explain this point to me—if a young person is stopped one night under the stop-and-search procedure and the police officer decides that there is...

Orders of the Day — Defamation Bill [Lords]: Responsibility for Publication (24 Jun 1996)

Jeremy Corbyn: ...the two amendments because I believe that the time has come to deal with the issue. Bookmarks bookshop in my constituency and the nearby Housemans bookshop in King's Cross have been subject to terrorism by far-right groups that seek to prevent them from stocking certain types of journals. I hope that the House will recognise the importance of my comments. When the individuals concerned...

Orders of the Day — Defamation Bill [Lords]: Responsibility for Publication (24 Jun 1996)

Jeremy Corbyn: ...contained in Searchlight have selected a number of bookshops, the burden of their threat to any other bookshop being, "If you stock this magazine, you will get the same treatment." It is selective terrorism against radical bookshops, in the knowledge that they have little resources with which to fight a libel case, so many of them have been forced to settle out of court, paying money that...

Prayers: Latin America (16 Oct 1996)

Jeremy Corbyn: ...in Chile and the removal of the dictatorship, his visit is extremely welcome. Far less welcome are the strong rumours that General Pinochet is also in Britain. He is associated with the reign of terror in Chile and the destruction of human rights as well as of many Chilean trade unions and other organisations. He is here, presumably, on yet another arms buying spree. His very existence...


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