§ Mr. DAY
asked the President of the Board of Trade the total number of British subjects recorded as leaving their permanent residence in the United Kingdom, for the 12 months ended to the last convenient date, to take up their residence outside Europe, giving separately the number of males, females, and children under 12; and whether he has any statistics that will show the number of these persons who were emigrants?
§ Mr. W, GRAHAM
The total number of passengers who left ports in the United Kingdom for places out of Europe during the 12 months ended 31st May, 1930, in respect of whom the lists of passengers showed that the persons concerned were leaving permanent residence in the United Kingdom and intending to take up permanent residence overseas (i.e., were emigrants) was298W 127,165. This total included 17,558 children under 12 years of age and 56,688 males and 52,919 females of 12 years of age or more.