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Volume 928: debated on Wednesday 23 March 1977

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asked the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs whether he will make representations to the Greek Government about the four British citizens sentenced for alleged spying in Greece who deny the charges and insist their activities were solely concerned with innocent plane spotting.

On 18th March, five United Kingdom nationals were each sentenced to 10 months' imprisonment for an unauthorised attempt to make sketches and drawings of areas contain- ing military fortifications. They have appealed. As the case is sub judice representations would not be appropriate.