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The right hon. Gentleman is right, but they are not mutually exclusive. We can and should do both.
I know that the right hon. Gentleman regularly raises this issue with colleagues from the Foreign Office.
The hon. Gentleman has asked a number of questions; let me try to deal with as many of them as I can. On the hon.
As I said to the right hon. Member for Carshalton and Wallington, the UK Government are not uninterested in this subject; far from it.
I am grateful for my right hon. Friend’s comments. Of course, he is right that we should take no risks that are not manageable.
My right hon. and learned Friend is right to highlight the ISC’s statement, which has been an important contribution to the debate.
I certainly think that my hon. Friend’s description justifies his reference to difficult issues.
Yes, I do agree with my hon. Friend. I think that both those points are important.
With your permission, Mr Speaker, I would like to make a statement.