MR. SCOTT (Ashton-under Lyne)
I beg to ask the Under-Secretary of State for the Colonies whether it is the intention of the Colonial Office to bring prominently before the next Colonial Conference the desirability of according to British Indians resident in the Colonies the same rights and privileges as those granted to other British subjects.
§ THE UNDERSECRETARY OF STATE OR THE COLONIES (Mr. CHURCHILL, Manchester N.W.)
The agenda for the Colonial Conference has not yet been settled, and prominence must be given in he first place to those subjects which the Colonies themselves intimate a desire to discuss. It is, at present, impossible to say what place in the discussions can be allotted to the subject referred to by the hon. Member.
§ SIR GILBERT PARKER (Gravesend)
Is it expected that representatives of the Transvaal and Orange River Colony will be able to come?