HC Deb 06 February 1939 vol 343 cc655-6W
Mr. Hall-Caine

asked the Home Secretary whether, in view of the increased number of persons now receiving British nationality, he will consider the desirability of making an additional condition

occurred during the past 12 months on the main road between Basingstoke and Winchester, and how many such accidents have had fatal consequences; whether the full survey of this road has been completed; what improvements are contemplated; and when will they be put in hand?

Mr. Burgin

The numbers of road accidents involving personal injury on the Basingstoke-Winchester main road during 1938, and the numbers of persons killed or injured therein were:

that such nationality can only be granted if the applicant can provide a medical certificate to show that he is in reasonably good health and free from hereditary disease?

Mr. Lloyd

No, Sir. My right hon. Friend does not think he would be justified in imposing such a condition.

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