HC Deb 24 July 1970 vol 804 cc261-2W
Mr. Powell

asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department (1) whether he will terminate the permission to reside in the United Kingdom of three South Africans, namely Dorin Linda Mgole, Surca Nannan and Kastree Moodley, who received sentences at the Central Criminal Court on 7th July, when Sozen Moodley was sentenced to life imprisonment for murder;

Approximate capital cost Revenue costs
Children's home, Roehampton Club site £55,000 Not applicable
Children's home, Blackshaw Road £63,000 Not applicable
Staff accommodation, Fairmile Hatch Nursery £12,000 Not applicable
Day nursery, Oldridge Road £60,000 £17,000 a year
Grant to Wandsworth Pre-school Playgroups Association £1,500 a year
The following projects were approved on the dates shown:
24th December, 1968 Children's home, Roehampton Club site
17th January, 1969 Day nursery, Oldridge Road
27th June, 1969 Children's home, Blackshaw Road.

In addition, approval has been given for certain educational projects in Wandsworth proposed by the Inner London Education Authority.

Exchequer grant at the rate of 75 per cent. is payable on approved projects.

(2) on what dates, respectively, on what passports, and at what port or ports, Dorin Linda Mgole and Surca Nannan last entered the United Kingdom.

Mr. Sharples

I have now received reports from the police. I shall consider these cases and write to my right hon. Friend.

According to Home Office records Dorin Mgole last entered the United Kingdom at Harwich on 31st August, 1969, and Suriaparkash Nannan at London Airport on 29th June, 1969. Both held Home Office Certificates of Identity.