asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies if he is aware that British-born members of the Palestine Police and Prison Service, whose engagements have been terminated at short notice, were unable to draw their outstanding salaries, and many of them are now in Cyprus entirely without funds, being dependent on the generosity of Cypriots for the bare necessities of living; and what steps does he propose taking to assist such people.
Does the right hon. Gentleman's answer mean that he has had no complaints at all at the Colonial Office? Why is it that letters which have been addressed by these men to the Crown Agents have not been replied to? If there is any doubt, will the right hon. Gentleman see that the Cyprus Government take care of this matter?