HC Deb 07 March 1962 vol 655 cc68-9W
54. Sir C. Osborne

asked the Secretary of State for Scotland, how many of the 136,000 Commonwealth immigrants who arrived in 1961 have settled in Scotland; and what steps he is taking with regard to both jobs and houses for Scotland's proportion of the 400,000 that are likely to come in 1962, so as to spread more widely and to integrate more easily these immigrants.

Mr. Maclay

No separate information for Scotland is available, nor is the forecast of 400,000 for 1962 based on official figures. No special Scottish measures as regards jobs or houses for Commonwealth immigrants are contemplated.