HC Deb 18 November 1963 vol 684 cc41-2W
Captain Kerby

asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department how many arrests have been made to date of members of the "Spies for Peace" groups in connection with the publication last Spring of their "Danger, Official Secret RSG 6" document, and the breaches of the Official Secrets Act

sion of the Central Office of Information during the period 3rd September, 1962 —2nd September, 1963. During these twelve months just over two million passengers arrived in and departed from Great Britain on these routes, and about one-third of these were citizens of the Irish Republic. The number of citizens of the Irish Republic arriving in Great Britain is estimated to have been 643,900 (346,600 males and 297,300 females), and the number leaving to have been 673,200 (366,500 males and 306,700 females).

The following tables give information derived from the survey about the number of citizens of the Irish Republic coming to Great Britain for employment or leaving after employment:

which this contained and made available to the public.

Mr. Brooke

No arrests have been made in connection with the "Spies for Peace" leaflets.