HC Deb 22 July 1971 vol 821 cc322-3W
36. Sir. G. Nabarro

asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department what decrease in immigration from the Afro-Asian Commonwealth countries he anticipates after 1971 following the passage of the Immigration Bill.

Mr. Maudling

When the Immigration Bill becomes law, Commonwealth citizens coming for employment will no longer be admitted for settlement on entry. It is too early to estimate the effects on the level of long-term immigration.