HC Deb 12 April 1921 vol 140 c892

asked the Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether His Majesty's Government will now, following the lead of Belgium, entirely abolish visas for all subjects of British or Allied States, or, failing that, whether they will immediately put into effect the arrangement to which the British representative at the Paris Conference agreed, to charge no more than 8s. for a visa available for one year without the long delay necessarily involved in first ascertaining the attitude of the Dominion, Indian, and Colonial Governments towards such action?

Sir P. LLOYD-GREAME (Secretary, Overseas Trade Department)

The answer to the first part of the question is in the negative, and to the second part in the affirmative.