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Galloway demands answers on assassination of Palestinian by British passport holders

February 16, 2010

GALLOWAY DEMANDS ANSWERS OVER DUBAI ASSASSINATION INVOLVING BRITISH PASSPORT HOLDERS

George Galloway has written to the Foreign Secretary, the Home Secretary and the Prime Minister and tabled Parliamentary Questions concerning the news this morning that six of the suspects in the assassination of a Palestinian national in Dubai were British passport holders. George is available for interview on this matter. Please phone Kevin Ovenden on 07983 360874 for further comment and to arrange interviews

Please find below the Parliamentary Questions:

To ask the Foreign Secretary

What discussions he has had with his counterpart in Dubai concerning the Interpol request made by the authorities in Dubai in relation to six British passport holders suspected of involvement in the murder of a Palestinian national in a Dubai hotel and if he will make statement.

To ask The Home Secretary

If the following British passport holders Louis Graham, Paul Keeley, James Clarke, Melvyn Mildiner, Michael Barney, Stephen Hodes reported to Interpol by the authorities in Dubai are British citizens and if he will make a statement.

To ask the Home Secretary

If any of the following British passport holders:  Louis Graham, Paul Keeley, James Clarke, Melvyn Mildiner, Michael Barney, Stephen Hodes, are also nationals of other states and if so what states and will he make a statement.

To ask the Prime minister

If he has had discussions with the ruler of Dubai about the grave international crisis over the murder of a Palestinian national allegedly by a group of 11 assassins including six British passport holders and if he will make a statement

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