§ 3. Mr. Ivor Thomas
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether he is satisfied that, as a result of the recent Anglo-American protests, the Spanish Government is now pursuing strict neutrality.
§ 4. Mr. Butcher
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether the Italian vessels detained by the Spanish Government have yet been released.
§ 6. Mr. Driberg
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs if he can make any statement about the stoppage of oil or other supplies to Spain; and if he has any information which indicates an abatement of activities in Spain hostile to the cause of the United Nations.
§ 7. Mr. G. Strauss
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether any progress has been made in discussions with the Portuguese and Spanish Governments about the shipments from those countries of wolfram to Germany.
§ Mr. Ivor Thomas
Will my right hon. Friend consider that if the Foreign Secretary follows that course, it will not be possible to ask questions about it except by the undesirable method of interruptions? Would he consider the alternative course of making a statement at the end of Questions, especially as these Questions have now been on the Order Paper for a long time?