§ LORD BARNBY
asked Her Majesty's Government:
Whether they will define the Regulation for entry into, and residence in, the United Kingdom for citizens of respectively Eire, Pakistan and South Africa.
§ LORD WINDLESHAM
Citizens of Pakistan, who at present retain the status
ENGLAND AND WALES—LEGALLY INDUCED ABORTIONS NUMBERS AND PERCENTAGES PERFORMED IN EACH TVPE OF PREMISES Type of Premises 1968* 1969 1970 1971 (provisional) National Health Service hospitals 14,560 33,728 47,678 56,567 (61.6%) (61.5%) (55.1%) (43.0%) Approved places 9,030 20,943 38,671 74,674 (38.2%) (38.2%) (44.7%) (56.8%) Other places (approved service hospitals) 51 148 216 297 (0.2%) (0.3%) (0.2%) (0.2%) Total 23,641 54,819 86,565 131,538 * Figures for 1968 are for 27 April to 31 December only.
of citizens of the Commonwealth in our law, are eligible for admission and residence in accordance with the rules set out in Cmnd. 4298, Commonwealth Immigrants Acts 1962 and 1968: Instructions to Immigration Officers, and Cmnd. 4295, Commonwealth Citizens: Control after Entry. Any consequential changes that may be necessary following Pakistan's withdrawal from the Commonwealth are now under review.
The corresponding rules for citizens of South Africa are set out in Cmnd. 4296 and Cmnd. 4297.
Citizens of the Republic of Ireland are not subject to immigration control when travelling within the Common Travel Area consisting of the United Kingdom, the Republic of Ireland, the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man. But they are not exempt from the Commonwealth Immigrants Act 1962, and may be refused admission if this would be contrary to the interests of national security; they may also be deported.