HC Deb 28 February 1973 vol 851 c1480
11. Mr. Adley

asked the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs what representations he has made to the Government of Greece about their refusal to allow Mr. Richard Weeks of The Firs, Downend, Bristol, to enter Greece.

Sir Alec Douglas-Home

None, Sir.

Mr. Adley

Is my right hon. Friend aware that unsubstantiated accusations against my constituent are hardly likely to commend the present Greek Government to moderate opinion in this country?

Sir Alec Douglas-Home

I have no doubt that what my hon. Friend says is true, but the Greek Government, like any other, have the right to decide whom they take into their country and whom they do not.

Dr. Miller

Is the right hon. Gentleman aware that last month I was successful in entering Greece to observe a trial there——

An Hon. Member

And successful in getting out again.

Dr. Miller

—and also successful in getting out. Is my right hon. Friend aware that during my two days there a small box of cigars which I received——

Mr. Speaker

Order. This is getting a long way from Mr. Richard Weeks.

Dr. Miller rose


Mr. Speaker

Order. I call the hon. Member for Middleton and Prestwich (Mr. Haselhurst) to ask the next Question.

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