§ 38. Mr. J. HARRIS
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs how many British subjects have been murdered in Cuba during the last two years; and in how many cases have the murderers been brought to justice?
§ The UNDER-SECRETARY of STATE for FOREIGN AFFAIRS (Mr. Ponsonby)
Four British subjects have been murdered in Cuba during the last two years. In one case the trial was not proceeded with for lack of evidence. In the other three cases trials were held, but I 3104 cannot say that the proceedings were satisfactory. Further correspondence will be laid before Parliament in regard to these matters.
§ Mr. HARRIS
I beg t o give notice that, in view of the nature of that reply, I will call attention to this matter on the Motion for the Adjournment.