§ 99. Sir J. Lucas
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs if he is aware that the children of Army and Royal Air Force parents born overseas whilst the father is posted abroad, are entitled to British passports, but that this privilege is denied in similar circumstances to the children of members of the Royal Navy, who have to become naturalised to get British citizenship; and whether he will take action to remedy this injustice.
§ Mr. Dodds-Parker
There is no differentiation in the treatment accorded in passport matters to the children of naval personnel born overseas as opposed to those of the Army and Air Force personnel.