HC Deb 08 April 1930 vol 237 cc2133-4

As amended (in the Standing Committee), considered.

Motion made, and Question proposed, "That the Bill be now read the Third time."

Lieut.-Colonel HENEAGE

I should like to ask the hon. Gentleman a question. I have told him that I was going to do so. The Acts mentioned that for the journey certain passports have to be applied for in the case of these children. Can the hon. Gentleman say anything about the limits of country and time which they are to take?


I can assure my hon. and gallant Friend that the passports issued under the Act of 1913 and under this Bill when it becomes an Act are valid only for the period of licence for the countries named therein. I might also add that if an extension is required application must be made to the consul of the country where the person resides.

The remaining Orders were read, and postponed.

It being after half-past Eleven of the clock upon Tuesday evening, Mr. SPEAKER adjourned the Rouse without Question put, pursuant to the Standing Order.

Adjourned at Fourteen Minutes before One o'Clock.