HC Deb 30 May 1938 vol 336 c1635
10. Captain Ramsay

asked the Prime Minister whether, in granting visas to Members of Parliament to visit Czechoslovakia, any conditions are made regarding their participation there in purely party politics; and what steps are taken to deal with a disregard of such conditions?

Mr. Butler

The Czechoslovak authorities do not require the passports of British subjects visiting Czechoslovakia to carry visas. The questions put by my hon. and gallant Friend do not, therefore, arise.

Captain Ramsay

Is it in order for a Member of this House to take part in party politics in another country?

Mr. Gallacher

Could not the Minister take some extraordinary means of prohibiting political opinions that are disagreeable to the hon. and gallant Member for Peebles (Captain Ramsay) or else stop his incessant wailing?

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