HC Deb 17 March 1961 vol 636 c153W
Captain Kerby

asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies how many convictions took place in Northern Rhodesia in 1960 of officials and members of Mr. Kenneth Kaunda's party; and how many persons were convicted for assault, for conspiracy, for riot, for sedition, for personal violence, for damage to property, and for contempt of court, respectively.

Mr. Iain Macleod

There were 403 convictions of persons known to be members of the United National Independence Party. Of these, 40 were for assault, 31 for conspiracy, 19 for riot, 10 for sedition, 45 for proposing violence, 1 for violence, 13 for damage to property and 13 for contempt of court.