§ Captain Kerby
asked the Under-Secretary of State for Comonwealth Relations what arrangements exist between the Government of the United Kingdom and the Government of Ghana, in the social field, affirming the general principle that nationals of one of the two countries should, as far as possible, receive, under the social security legislation of the other, equal treatment with the nationals of the latter.
§ Mr. Alport
There are no arrangements between the Government of the United Kingdom and the Government of Ghana of the kind contemplated by my hon. Friend, but citizens of Ghana who are in the United Kingdom are eligible for the benefits of our schemes of social security subject to the same conditions as those which apply to the people of this country and to those of other Commonwealth countries with which reciprocal arrangements have not been made.