§ Mr. Hunt
Is the hon. Gentleman aware that that is not the impression I have received from a number of representations I have had from reputable and reliable people living in Kenya, who are bitterly concerned about the treatment they and their friends are receiving at the High Commission, particularly from the counter staff? Can it therefore be made clear to all those who work at the High Commission that these Asians are our citizens and our responsibility, and should therefore be treated with courtesy and respect?
§ Mr. Luard
In general, I think that it is true to say that the staff of our High Commission are very well qualified to advise, and are very anxious to advise and give as much help as possible. I note what the hon. Gentleman has said, and I shall make sure that everything is done to ensure that the general instructions are faithfully carried out.