» Monday, June 7, 2004


Asked for a reaction to reports that a cap would be imposed on the number of people from Commonwealth countries applying for Working Holiday-Maker permits, the PMOS said that as the Home Office had made clear yesterday, we would deal with any problems that were identified. In this case, the problems did not relate to an increase in the number of applications being accepted but to a rise in the actual number of applications. The issue would be investigated and analysed and a solution would be proposed. He had no intention of pre-empting that process.

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