§ 36 and 37. Sir C. Osborne
asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department (1) how many of the 4,496 Commonwealth immigrants from India, who were admitted in March 1968 under Part I of the Commonwealth Immigrants Act, were visitors who intended returning to their own country; and how many are permanent settlers in Great Britain;
(2) how many of the Commonwealth immigrants, admitted under Part I of the Commonwealth Immigrants Act in March 1968, totalling 26,776 were temporary visitors; how many were permanent settlers; and what further steps he is taking to reduce the number of permanent settlers.
§ Mr. Ennals
The information the hon. Member is seeking is available in the monthly figures which I place in the Library of the House of Commons. As 269W regards the last part of this Question, I would refer him to the replies my right hon. Friend has given today to Questions by the hon. Member for Twickenham (Mr. Gresham Cooke) and the hon. and gallant Member for Knutsford (Sir W. Bromley-Davenport).
§ Sir C. Osborne
asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department (1) how many of the 1,117 Commonwealth immigrants from Jamaica who arrived in March, 1968, were visitors; and how many were permanent settlers in Great Britain.
(2) how many of the 3,545 Commonwealth immigrants who arrived in March, 1968, from Pakistan were temporary visitors; and how many are permanent settlers in Great Britain.