§ MR. HAROLD COX (Preston)
I beg to ask the Under-Secretary of State for India whether the attention of the Secretary of State has been called to the efforts now being made in various self-governing British Colonies to exclude from such Colonies His Majesty's Indian subjects on the ground of differences in race and colour; and whether he will consider the desirability of providing by legislation that no white person born or domiciled in any such self-governing Colony shall be eligible for any post of profit under the Indian Government.
§ MR. BUCHANAN
The Secretary of State does not consider it desirable to take action as suggested in the Question.
§ MR. BYLES (Salford, N.)
May I ask whether this treatment by the Colonies of His Majesty's subjects on the ground of colour is not aggravating the unrest in India itself?