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Tuesday, 16 May 1972
Page: 1659

Senator MULVIHILL - I direct a question to the Minister representing the Prime Minister. By way of prefaceI refer to a decision of the House of Commons of well over 3 weeks ago that apparently changed the status of Australians going to Britain, assuming that Britain enters the European Common Market. In view of the period of time involved, does he not think that in this jet age we could have a much quicker evaluation of the effect of that decision taken in the House of Commons on Australian nationals entering the United Kingdom?

Senator DRAKE-BROCKMAN - I am not fully aware of this situation. I ask the honourable senator to let me have a look at it. I will try to give him an answer tomorrow.

The DEPUTY PRESIDENT (Senator Prowse) - In calling Senator O'Byrne to ask the next question, I draw attention to the time we have already spent on questions without notice. I hope that we will be able to deal with questions upon notice following this question.

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