§ 4. Mr. Driberg
asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies what action is taken by his Welfare Department, in conjunction with the British Travel and Holidays Association or otherwise, to deal with complaints by colonial citizens in Britain of colour discrimination in hotels and other catering establishments; and how many such complaints have been received in the past year.
§ The Secretary of State for the Colonies (Mr. James Griffiths)
Any complaints received in my Department are investigated and taken up in the appropriate quarter. Only one complaint has been brought to my attention during the past year. This was satisfactorily dealt with by the British Travel and Holidays Association.