§ Mr. A. Henderson
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether any restrictions are still imposed upon British citizens seeking to enter Spanish territory; and, if so, whether such restrictions apply to British citizens seeking to enter Spanish territory from Gibraltar?
§ Mr. Noel-Baker
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs how many of the British ships illegally captured and detained by General Franco have now been released?
§ Mr. W. Robinson
asked the Postmaster-General whether there is any difficulty or restriction in the postal services as between this country and Spain, particularly that portion still under the control of the Spanish Government; and will he give an assurance that letters and Christmas parcels addressed to Britons in Spain will be forwarded to their destination without delay or interference in this country?
§ Sir W. Womersley
Letter mails are despatched daily to all parts of Spain. The parcel post has been suspended since July, 1936, but packets up to 2 lb. in weight can be sent in the letter mails by the small packet post. I know of no grounds for the apprehension implied in the second part of the question, but if the hon. Member will inform me more specifically of what he has in mind I shall be glad to have inquiry made.