HC Deb 30 November 1972 vol 847 c207W
Mr. Cormack

asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department how many immigrants from Australia, Canada and New Zealand, respectively, took up permanent residence in the United Kingdom during the period 1962 to 1970.

Mr. Lane

The numbers of citizens of Australia, Canada and New Zealand admitted for settlement between 1st July, 1962 and 31st December, 1970 were 12,477, 12,385 and 4,146 respectively. In addition, between early 1965 and the end of 1970, 3,528 citizens of these three countries who had been admitted subject to conditions as visitors and students were subsequently accepted for settlement: there are no figures on this point for the period between 1st July, 1962 and early 1965.