§ Mr. Roderick
asked the Secretary of State for Wales how many people in Wales have benefited from the Government measures to alleviate unemployment; and what is the estimated cost of the measures to the latest convenient date.
§ Mr. John Morris
Up to 27th January 1978, over 53,000 People in Wales had benefited from the Government's special measures at an estimated cost of £50,551,000. This was made up as follows:
this information is not available, if he will take action to obtain details of the number of wives that the man is bringing in before he is granted right of entry.
§ Mr. Luard
I have been asked to reply.
The information about the number of wives is not available. Because the men included in the total already have the right of entry under the Immigration Act 1971 the second part of the Question does not arise.
§ Mr. Arthur Lewis
asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department how many of the 105,107 people who have rights of entry into Great Britain will additionally bring in a wife or husband; and whether these will be within or additional to the 105,107.