HC Deb 21 December 1981 vol 15 cc299-300W
Mr. J. Enoch Powell

asked the Prime Minister when she expects to write to the hon. Member for Down, South as promised in her written answer of 21 October; and whether she will publish her reply in the Official Report.

The Prime Minister

[pursuant to her reply, 2 December 1981, c. 121–22]: Of the 106 members of the Government, four are citizens of other countries in addition to holding the citizenship of the United Kingdom and Colonies. These are my right hon. Friend the Member for Gloucester (Mrs. Oppenheim), my hon and learned Friend the Member for Royal Tunbridge Wells (Mr. Mayhew), and my noble Friend the Minister of State, Northern Ireland Office, all of whom are also Irish citizens; and my hon. Friend the Member for Hornsey (Mr. Rossi), who also holds Italian citizenship.