§ 65. Sir B. Janner
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, in view of the new evidence recently disclosed in Germany regarding the policy of genocide as carried out by Hitler's government, and the decision of the London Sessions Appeal Court on 7th February, 1964, that a man who uttered public incitement to genocide, by shouting his 159W approval of Hitler's policy, was not guilty of an offence, if he will now reconsider his policy regarding Her Majesty's Government's adherence to the United Nations Convention on Genocide.
§ Mr. R. A. Butler
Her Majesty's Government are not convinced that they should reconsider their decision not to accede to the Convention.