§ Sir Frederic Bennett
asked the Lord Privy Seal (1) what reciprocal arrangements exist between the United Kingdom and France in connection with the prodution of landing cards by visitors from the one country visiting the other;
(2) which EEC countries still require landing cards to be filled in by visitors from another EEC country.
§ Sir Ian Gilmour
[pursuant to his reply, 4 November 1980, c. 520]: There are no reciprocal arrangements between the United Kingdom and France in this connection. France and Italy require all foreign visitors arriving by air—whether European Community nationals or others—to fill in a landing card. No other European Community country, including the United Kingdom, requires landing cards to be filled in by visitors of another European Community country.