Training Courses (Egypt, Soviet Bloc and China)

Oral Answers to Questions — Colonial Territories – in the House of Commons at 12:00 am on 27th June 1956.

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Photo of Mr John Biggs-Davison Mr John Biggs-Davison , Chigwell 12:00 am, 27th June 1956

asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies how many British subjects or British-protected persons from the Coloniel Empire are undergoing courses of study in Egypt; and to which territories they belong.

Photo of Mr John Hare Mr John Hare , Sudbury and Woodbridge

I am making inquiries and will let the hon. Member have the information as soon as possible.

Photo of Mr John Biggs-Davison Mr John Biggs-Davison , Chigwell

asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies if he is now in a position to state the number of persons from each of the Colonial Territories who are undergoing educational or other courses of training in the Union of Soviet Republics or other countries of the Soviet bloc or China; and how many have undergone such courses since the end of the war.

Photo of Mr John Hare Mr John Hare , Sudbury and Woodbridge

I am not yet able to supply the information, as the inquiries I am making from colonial Governments are not completed.