HC Deb 25 October 1968 vol 770 c393W
Mr. Thorpe

asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department, how many aliens were admitted to this country for the last convenient period; how many of these originated from Italy; and what was the total of Commonwealth immigrants arriving in this country over the same period.

Mr. Ennals

During 1967 the number of foreign nationals granted leave to land here was 3,367,205, of whom 180,767 were of Italian nationality. The number of Commonwealth citizens subject to immigration control admitted during the same year was 442,178, of whom 61,377 were admitted for settlement.

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