§ Mr. Evan Luard
asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department how many applications have been received from holders of British passports resident in Kenya for permission to enter Great Britain since the passing of the Commonwealth Immigrants Act. 1968; how many applications have been granted; 354W how many refused; and how many appeals have been heard under the procedure he established at that time.
§ Mr. Callaghan
As regards the number of applications for vouchers from the special allocation, I would refer the hon. Member to the Answer I gave yesterday to Questions by my hon. Friend the Member for Glasgow, Kelvin-grove (Dr. Miller) and others.—[Vol. 761, c. 1697–8.]
In addition, 700 applications for entry certificates as dependants, visitors, students, etc., have been made in Nairobi. Of these, 320 have so far been granted and 60 refused. There have been 14 appeals against refusal of entry certificates, of which seven have been allowed.