Centenary of the Balfour Declaration

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During the Westminster Hall debate on the centenary of the Balfour Declaration I made the following intervention:

Stephen Kinnock: I congratulate the hon. Lady on securing this debate. She is making an insightful speech but, on the point about trade, does she believe that there should be trade with the illegal settlements or with businesses that are located in the illegal settlements? I ask that particularly because the European Union has recently banned trade with businesses in the Crimea, which, as we know, is an illegally annexed land. Given that there are now 600,000 settlers living in the illegal settlements, and those settlements are clearly—

 

Mr Christopher Chope (in the Chair): Order. We will have to have shorter interventions.

 

Stephen Kinnock: I apologise, Mr Chope. My question is—

 

Mr Christopher Chope (in the Chair): Order. Will the hon. Gentleman resume his seat, please?