Results 1–20 of 200 for terrorism speaker:Jeremy Corbyn

Business of the House (14 Jun 1984)

Jeremy Corbyn: When is the Home Secretary likely to make a statement on the operation of the Prevention of Terrorism (Temporary Provisions) Act? Is the Leader of the House aware that one of the candidates for the European Assembly, Mr. Danny Morrison, is subject to an exclusion order under that Act and is therefore unable to travel to England, Wales or Scotland? Why has not the Home Secretary replied to...

New Ireland Forum (2 Jul 1984)

Jeremy Corbyn: ...agree that the history of political repression and denial of justice in Northern Ireland has to some extent been mirrored in recent years in the rest of the United Kingdom, with the Prevention of Terrorism (Temporary Provisions) Act 1983 and the policing measures that we have seen in London and other major cities since the British Army was sent to Northern Ireland in 1979?

Orders of the Day — Foreign Affairs and Overseas Development (9 Nov 1984)

Jeremy Corbyn: ...force, and installed the Somoza dictatorship. After the triumph of the revolution, the United States began to reorganise and rearm the National Guard, using it as a new instrument of aggression and terror against our people. It explains how, since the Sandinistas came to power in 1979, they have had to defend their country against the aggression of the United States and protect their...

Adjournment (Spring) (16 May 1985)

Jeremy Corbyn: ...Lankan Parliament, the Government have removed the civic rights of Mrs. Bandaranaike, the former Prime Minister. A referendum was carried out to extend the life of the Government. A Prevention of Terrorism Act, passed by Parliament, has damaged civil rights in the country. Although many people have been killed by the security forces during the present crisis, until 1984 there were no...

Business of the House (20 Jun 1985)

Jeremy Corbyn: ...motion 781? [That this House believes that the policy of Her Majesty's Government towards asylum seekers from Sri Lanka is a serious departure from normal practice in respect of those fleeing from terror; further believes that the method of dealing with applications at Her Majesty's mission in Colombo is one that increases the danger to individual Tamil people; and calls upon Her Majesty's...

European Community (20 Jun 1985)

Jeremy Corbyn: ...support that. Because those Governments are not prepared to consider the plight of the Tamil asylum-seekers whether they are in the Netherlands or here, who are trying to get out of the fear and terror of Sri Lanka, they have introduced a system of exclusion. On 29 May, the Home Secretary introduced a visa requirement for any Sri Lankan national wishing to leave Sri Lanka and come to...

Orders of the Day — Yorkshire Water Authority Bill (By Order): Chile (22 Jul 1985)

Jeremy Corbyn: ...the Allende Government she was the ambassador to Vietnam and saw what the B52 bombers were doing to the people of Vietnam. She witnessed the coup in Chile in 1973. More recently she suffered the terror of hearing and seeing her son being murdered at point blank range, his body being mutilated afterwards by the armed forces. She came to this country to seek support for what she is trying to...

Bills Presented: Immigration Rules (Statement of Changes) (23 Jul 1985)

Jeremy Corbyn: ...what the hon. Member for Inverness, Nairn and Lochaber (Sir R. Johnston) said when he opened this debate. Fie compared the attitude of the British Government towards people fleeing from the terror of attack in Sri Lanka with the way in which Polish refugees were treated some years ago. During the bank holiday weekend, when much of the story became news, I had the opportunity of...

Orders of the Day — Foreign Affairs and Overseas Development (8 Nov 1985)

Jeremy Corbyn: ...the Contra, and sent one of its representatives there, where he went on patrol with the Contra forces which were attempting to destroy the Government. If our Government approve of that form of terrorism, they should say so or denounce the Federation of Conservative Students for what it is doing in Nicaragua. The CIA's "freedom fighters' manual", as it is called, has recently been...

Orders of the Day — Anglo-Irish Agreement (27 Nov 1985)

Jeremy Corbyn: Does my hon. Friend accept that the consequences of the British military presence during the past 17 years have been the Diplock courts, the Prevention of Terrorism (Temporary Provisions) Act and the methods used in Northern Ireland? The problem with the agreement is that the Republic will be forced to support and accept the barbarous methods being used in Northern Ireland.

Business of the House (3 Jul 1986)

Jeremy Corbyn: ...paramilitary activities against Nicaragua; notes further that the Court found against the United States of America on various charges, including the mining of Nicaraguan ports and thefinancing of terrorism through aid to the Contra forces; is conscious that the Court found no merit in the United States counter-claim of self-defence; supports the decision of the Court in ordering...

Business of the House (4 Dec 1986)

Jeremy Corbyn: ...an opportunity to see early-day motions 275 and 276 concerning the training of El Salvadorean army officers by the British Army and the hosting of a conference in London this weekend about Contra terrorism in Nicaragua? [That this House deplores the decision of Her Majesty's Government to offer training facilities to officers of the El Salvador army; considers the record of the armed...

Orders of the Day — Central America (15 Dec 1986)

Jeremy Corbyn: ...). Eucebio recognized two of them: Alejandro Palacios, who had been a member of Somoza's National Guard, and Raul Blandon, 19, who himself had been kidnapped the previous year (18). Raul begged "El Terror," the leader, to let his cousin Eucebio go and was threatened with death (19).Along with Eucebio, the contras kidnapped his two uncles, Cesario Rizo Blandon, 64, whom they murdered, and...

Orders of the Day — Central America (24 Mar 1987)

Jeremy Corbyn: ...230 disappeared. This is something that is well documented by many people. I shall not quote sources such as the FMLN and others, but Senator John F. Kerry, writing in "E1 Salvador Update: Counter Terrorism in Action", which is based on the findings of a research team in E1 Salvador in 1986, investigating United States assistance to the E1 Salvadorean police. He said: As a member of the...

House of Commons (Services) (10 Nov 1987)

Jeremy Corbyn: ...that Mr. Bennett has not been convicted of anything, because the conviction was quashed by the Court of Appeal in 1975; it did not say that the exclusion order placed on him under the Prevention of Terrorism Act in 1978 was lifted, after a three-month trial at the Old Bailey during which he defended himself and was complimented on his ability to do so by Judge Alan King-Hamilton. The...

Business of the House (9 Feb 1989)

Jeremy Corbyn: ...take time to read early-day motion 403? [That this House questions the judgement of the North London Polytechnic governors in permitting the employment to take place of an Irishman connected with terrorism and who was convicted and imprisoned for offences related to explosives and is concerned that this person is in a position to influence young people at taxpayers' expense.] My hon....

Business of the House (26 Oct 1989)

Jeremy Corbyn: ...lawyers or anybody else during the past 15 years, and the practice of the police investigating the police when malpractice appears? We should also discuss the operation of the Prevention of Terrorism Act 1974, bearing in mind that my constituent Paul Hill has just been released after serving 15 years for a crime that he did not commit and that he was the first person to be accused under...

Orders of the Day — Rights, Freedoms and Responsibilities (23 Nov 1989)

Jeremy Corbyn: ...and learned Gentleman announce that he is prepared to establish a new form of appeal system, so that those who have been convicted on the basis of confessional evidence obtained under prevention of terrorism legislation can be brought once again before the Court of Appeal and their cases reopened and and re-examined? In that way, people such as the Birmingham Six who have been wrongfully...

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Colombia (7 Feb 1990)

Jeremy Corbyn: Does the Minister agree that in addition to the appalling terror perpetrated on the people of Colombia by the drug barons, there is also a serious problem of human rights abuses by the police and armed forces against human rights workers, peasant leaders and trade unionists? When he next meets the Government of Colombia will he press upon them the real concern of many people round the world...

Opposition Day: Prevention of Terrorism (6 Mar 1990)

Jeremy Corbyn: I oppose the order. I draw to the attention of the House the fact that the first person in this country to be arrested under the Prevention of Terrorism Act was Paul Hill, a constituent of mine, who was arrested after the Guildford arid Woolwich pub bombings. It later transpired not only that he was not in Guildford or Woolwich and, therefore, did not plant any of the bombs—he was not...


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