HC Deb 15 July 1929 vol 230 cc14-5
14. Mr. DAY

asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether, in the case of British nationals who desire to visit several European countries, he is considering framing any fresh passport regulations which will extend the present system to meet the convenience of ordinary travellers, instead of requiring a specific list of all countries which it is intended to visit?


The countries for which passports are valid must be specified therein, but I am happy to inform my hon. Friend that in order to meet the convenience of travellers a system has been adopted whereby passports are now in ordinary cases made valid for a group of at least 10 European countries including or in addition to those applied for.


Have those 10 countries to be specified by the intended traveller, or are they arranged for by the Foreign Office?


I should have to have notice of that question.