§ Mr. Carlisle
asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department what State for the Home Department if he will plans he has for the provision of a further give the figures for recruitment into the Probation Service for each quarter of the years 1964 and 1965, and to 31st March, 1966.
§ Miss Bacon
The figures for established officers are as follows:
cerning immigration checks at London Airport; what will be the regulations at Whitsun; and if he will make inquiries into the methods adopted at other European or Japanese airports carrying similar numbers of passengers.
§ Mr. Roy Jenkins
As I stated in reply to a Question by the hon. Member on 28th April, the results of the experiment at London Airport are being evaluated in detail and I hope to have a full report shortly. The normal system of segregating arriving passengers will apply at Whitsun. I am informed that segregation is not generally practised at European or Japanese airports.