HC Deb 01 November 1954 vol 532 cc18-9W
115. Mr. Brockway

asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies in what ways the terms of surrender to Mau Mau adherents offered during the General China negotiations in April have been modified.

Mr. Lennox-Boyd

Those terms applied only to the particular arrangements made as a result of "General China's" capture. The Kenya Government are ready to consider any approach for a mass surrender from gang leaders who are able to influence large numbers of terrorists into surrendering. Meanwhile the original offer of August, 1953, (of which details are available in the Library) is still in force for any terrorists who decide to surrender on their own.