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Indian And Pakistani Visitors

Volume 885: debated on Thursday 30 January 1975

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asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department (1) how many visitors from India and Pakistan were refused entry on arrival in 1974 the the latest available date;(2) how many visitors from India and Pakistan came to Great Britain in 1974 to the latest available date.

In the period January-October 1974—the latest date to which figures are available—40,141 visitors from India and 18,063 visitors from Pakistan were admitted to this country. During the same period, 422 citizens of India and 704 citizens of Pakistan were refused leave to enter, but it is not possible to say how many of these sought entry as visitors.