HC Deb 14 June 1967 vol 748 cc95-6W
Mr. Stratton Mills

asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs why he recently advised British tourists to return from Tunisia, and in particular why he included those tourists in remote and peaceful areas such as the Island of Djerba.

Mr. Mulley

In the interests of the safety of the tourists themselves.

The hon. Gentleman will, however, be glad to learn that, since hostilities in the Middle East have now ceased and in the light of guarantees for the safety of British subjects which Her Majesty's Ambassador has received, travel agents have now been informed that they may resume tours to Tunisia.