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Immigration

Volume 19: debated on Friday 12 March 1982

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asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department how many formal complaints of ill-treatment by immigration officials were made by Indians seeking to enter the United Kingdom during the last six months.

In the six months from 1 September 1981 to 28 February 1982, three Indian citizens made a formal complaint of their treatment by immigration officers.

asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department whether the review of the immigration appeals system has now been completed.

I cannot yet add to the answer I gave to the hon. Member for Lambeth, Central (Mr. Tilley) on 22 January.—[Vol. 16, c. 213.]

asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department how many people were admitted to the United Kingdom from the Indian Sub-continent and how many were refused entry in the past 12 months.

Complaints of interference by Citizens Band Radio
United KingdomLeicester Area
To Broadcast ReceptionTo Other ServicesTotalTo Broadcast ReceptionTo Other ServicesTotal
1981
January1,732361,76888896
February2,254772,3311566162
March2,712982,81018611197
April3,0121053,11717812190
May3,3221193,44114617163
June4,3461244,47015514169
July4,1661034,26915714171
August4,425US4,5401357142
September5,6951285,8231309139
October4,6201674,78716410174
November4,0931004,1931588166
December3,3071103,4171096115
1982
January4,0381164,1541268134