§ Mr. Fenner Brockway
asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies which Colonial Governments have agreed to provide by legislation that judicial process shall normally be obligatory before a British subject or British protected person is deported from or rusticated within the Territory; and how many have not so far agreed.
§ Mr. Lyttelton
All Territories except 18 already have legislation in this sense with reference to both deportation from and restriction within the Territory. The86W position with regard to the remaining 18 is as follows:
Four have legislation with reference to deportation only.
Four are prepared to legislate with reference to deportation and restriction.
Three are prepared to legislate with reference to deportation only.
Seven for various reasons desire to retain powers of deportation and restriction without judicial process.