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King Hussein Of Jordan

Volume 978: debated on Friday 15 February 1980

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asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department why he will not give for the longest and most convenient stated period of time the number of visits made to Great Britain by King Hussein of Jordan, and the purpose of the visits.

Because it is not the practice to make public records of the movements of individuals unless there is some strong public interest overriding the entitlement of the indivdual to privacy.