§ 78. Sir T. Beamish
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs when and in what terms he has protested to the United Arab Republic about Cairo Radio broadcasts that incite subversion and murder in South Arabia; and if he will jam these broadcasts in default of guarantees not to depart from acceptable standards of comment, criticism and propaganda.
§ Mr. George Thomson
In the messages my right hon. Friend exchanged with President Nasser, about which he told the House on 20th of 13W March, he urged him to stop incitement to terrorism in South Arabia.
The Answer to the second part of the Question is: "No".—[Vol. 743, c. 1086.]