§ 1. Mr. DAY
asked the President of the Board of Trade the number of British subjects, as shown by the returns furnished by the principal steamship companies, that have been sent back to the United Kingdom by the Australian, Canadian and New Zealand authorities during the 12 months ended to the last convenient date?
§ The PRESIDENT of the BOARD of TRADE (Mr. Runciman)
According to returns furnished voluntarily to the Board of Trade by the principal steamship companies, the numbers of British subjects among those passengers from the United Kingdom to places outside Europe who were sent back during 1935 by the authorities of Australia, Canada and New Zealand were nine, 104 and one.
§ Mr. RUNCIMAN
If the lion. Gentleman would like particulars, he had better put a question on the Paper, and I will see what can be obtained for him.