HC Deb 13 December 1989 vol 163 cc641-2W
Dr. Thomas

To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department how many people were refused leave of entrance to the United Kingdom at seaports or airports in 1989 from(a) the Soviet Union, (b) the Democratic Republic of Germany, (c) Poland, (d) Romania, (e) Bulgaria, (f) Hungary, (g) Czechoslovakia, (h) Libya, (i) India, (j) Pakistan, (k) Bangladesh, (l) South Africa and (m) Hong Kong.

Establishment Population1 Certified normal accommodation2 Percentage overcrowding
Kirklevington 13 0
Campsfield House 59 68 -13
Haslar 70 95 -26

Mr. Peter Lloyd

The latest available information is given in the table:

Passengers refused leave to enter and removed from the United Kingdom—January to September 1989
Nationality Number
German Democratic Republic 4
Poland 107
Romania 13
Bulgaria 13
Hungary 20
Czechoslovakia 16
Libya 21
India 350
Pakistan 256
Bangladesh 325
South Africa 306
BDTC Hong Kong 127

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