HC Deb 22 March 1976 vol 908 cc26-7W
Sir Frederic Bennett

asked the Prime Minister on what past examples he bases his practice of refusing to answer Questions about the operations of private foreign agencies directed against private United Kingdom individuals.

The Prime Minister

I am not aware of any previous Questions of precisely the kind the hon. Member mentions. My answer on 15th March referred to the accepted practice of not revealing the sources or details of information in cases of this kind.