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Aug 1, 1968
50 Scientologists told to leave Britain — Daily Telegraph (UK)
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Source: Daily Telegraph (UK)
MORE than 50 Scientology students were yesterday ordered to leave Britain by immigration officials after arriving on three flights from America. Many had arrived at Heathrow Airport late on Tuesday night. They were booked into local hotels and guarded by security men until flight departure times yesterday. A Home Office spokesman said last night that all 74 Scientology students who had arrived in Britain on Tuesday had been refused entry. Although most were provided with overnight accommodation, 23 had been sent ...
Aug 1, 1968
As more are barred, Scientologists say: We will beat ban — Scottish Daily Express (UK)
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Author(s): Tom Brown
Source: Scottish Daily Express (UK)
THE scientology sect—whose students are barred from entering Britain—is going ahead with plans for an "international conference" in London this month. Yesterday 72 scientology students were turned back at London Airport—52 of them after a night under guard in £4 10s.-a-time rooms at airport hotels at the expense of B.O.A.C.. They booked with the airline as a party from an American oil company. Delegates to the international scientology conference in Croydon from August 16-18 will beat the ban by declaring themselves ...
Aug 1, 1968
Britain curbs activities of cult of Scientologists // Refuses to admit Americans known to be followers of the semireligious group — New York Times
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Author(s): Anthony Lewis
Source: New York Times
LONDON, July 31—On successive days this week groups of Americans arriving in Britain have been turned back because they are followers of a semi-religious cult known as scientology. The ban on scientologists, as they call themselves, was imposed by the British Government after a study. The Minister of Health, Kenneth Robinson, said in the House of Commons that he was satisfied that "scientology is socially harmful." "Its authoritarian principles and practices are a potential menace to the personality and well-being of ...
Aug 1, 1968
Cult plans recruiting drive for Scotland — Daily Record (Scotland, UK)
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Source: Daily Record (Scotland, UK)
STUDENTS of scientology said yesterday that they are to start a major recruiting drive in Scotland. On Monday, a special team of 10 will begin a three-week lecture tour of Edinburgh, Glasgow, Dundee, Aberdeen and Perth. Mr. Roger Barnes, 24, the governor of the Hubbard Academy of Personal Independence, in Queen Street, Edinburgh, said yesterday that more than 2000 Scots had passed through in the five weeks since it opened. Flights A spokesman for the cult said that students will continue ...
Aug 1, 1968
Cult's demand for public inquiry — The Scotsman (UK)
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Source: The Scotsman (UK)
Demands for a public inquiry into the conduct of Mr Kenneth Robinson, Minister of Health, and the action of the Home Office and Scotland Yard, were made yesterday by the Scientology headquarters at East Grinstead, Sussex. The demand came as more cult students, newly arrived from America, were being flown out of Britain after being ordered to leave. The chief spokesman for the Scientologists, Mr David Gaiman, said: "I want a public inquiry or a Royal Commission to investigate the propriety ...
Aug 1, 1968
Entry was easy, say students — Scottish Daily Express (UK)
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Author(s): Lorna Blackie
Source: Scottish Daily Express (UK)
SCIENTOLOGY students, newly arrived from overseas, were still enrolling yesterday at the Edinburgh "Advanced Org" headquarters of the cult. Two of the new students at the centre, where only the most advanced members go, described how they had come into Britain yesterday. Mrs. Ruth Porsin (39), from Farmington, Michigan, said it took her less than five minutes to pass through Immigration. "I said that I was here for pleasure and study," said Mrs. Porsin, who plans to stay for five weeks. ...
Aug 1, 1968
Government curb the growth of Scientology // Council call special meeting — East Grinstead Observer
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Source: East Grinstead Observer
East Grinstead Urban Council were due to hold a special meeting last night (Wednesday) to discuss the statement made in the House of Commons by the Minister of Health, Mr. Kenneth Robinson, of government plans to curb the growth of Scientology, which has its world headquarters at Saint Hill Manor, East Grinstead. In a written reply to Mr. Geoffrey Johnson Smith, East Grinstead's M.P., the Minister said the Government had become increasingly concerned at the spread of Scientology in the United ...
Aug 1, 1968
Scientology jet charter flight off — Daily Telegraph (UK)
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Source: Daily Telegraph (UK)
ANOTHER Scientology jet charter flight to Scotland next month has been cancelled because of the Government's ban on the entry to Britain of followers of the cult. Caledonian Airways had planned to operate the charter. It was to have carried 186 members of the Hubbard Advanced College of Personal Independence from New York to Prestwick at the end of September. Two days ago, 186 scientology students should have arrived at Prestwick aboard a Caledonian jet charter but the flight was cancelled ...
Jul 31, 1968
Family sent back to U.S. — Glasgow Herald (UK)
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Source: Glasgow Herald (UK)
An American family of seven were sent back to the United States yesterday from Heathrow Airport, London, five hours after flying in from New York. They told immigration officials they had come to London to attend a music festival, but their tickets were said to be made out in the same way as those of Scientology students, and had been paid for from the same source. The father, who described himself as a musician and a student, said at the airport ...
Jul 31, 1968
Scientologists stopped at airport — East Grinstead Observer
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Source: East Grinstead Observer
IMMIGRATION officers at Heathrow Airport stopped six Americans who said they had come to study scientology, and ordered them to be sent home again. The Americans, a woman with two children, two other men and a young woman, were stopped as they were passing through the controls. They told Immigration Officials that they had come to attend a School of Scientology at East Grinstead. Later a Home Office spokesman said the party was refused entry because the six were coming to ...
Jul 31, 1968
Scientologists to issue writs // Reports 'unfair' — The Scotsman (UK)
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Source: The Scotsman (UK)
A Scientologists' spokesman said yesterday that they planned to issue writs for alleged libel and appeal to the European Council on Human Rights. Mr David Griman, speaking from the Scientology World Headquarters at East Grinstead, Sussex, said the writs would be served to parties who, he claimed, had reported their activities unfairly and with gross inaccuracy. Seven Americans, including five children, who landed at Heathrow Airport, London, yesterday were sent back to New York. They said they were to attend a ...
Jul 31, 1968
Scientology suspects barred — The Times (UK)
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Source: The Times (UK)
Seven Americans, a husband, his wife and their five children, were sent back to the United States from Heathrow yesterday five hours after arriving from New York. They had told immigration officials that they had come to London to attend a music festival, but their tickets were said to have been made out in the same way as those of scientology students and to have been paid for from the same source. The man, who described himself as a musician and ...
Jul 30, 1968
Mind cult's Scots trip is grounded — Scottish Daily Express (UK)
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Author(s): Lorna Blackie, Bob Smith
Source: Scottish Daily Express (UK)
A SPECIAL "flight-to-freedom" charter jet bringing 186 Americans to Edinburgh to study scientology, the international cult condemned by the Government, was cancelled yesterday by Caledonian Airways. The airline was told by the Home Office that the passengers would be banned from landing at Prestwick. Even if the airline had rejected the Government's advice, under international regulations they would have had to fly the passengers back to New York. An airline spokesman said yesterday: "Because of what has been said in the ...
Jul 29, 1968
'Mind cult' family are sent back to U.S. — Daily Mail (UK)
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Source: Daily Mail (UK)
TWO American Scientology students were held at London Airport for almost five hours yesterday before being refused admission to Britain. Mr Donald Hill and his wife, June, arrived aboard a TWA Boeing jet from Washington with their two children. They were on their way to the Hubbard School of Scientology at East Grinstead, Sussex. Loaded They were met by immigration men and taken to a detention room where they were looked after by a Securicor guard. The family were brought refreshments ...
Jul 28, 1968
Scientology leader may be banned — Sunday Express (UK)
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Source: Sunday Express (UK)
MR. JAMES CALLAGHAN, the Home Secretary, is urgently considering whether to ban from Britain Mr. Lafayette Ron Hubbard, American leader of the controversial scientology cult. This would be a sharp follow-up to the curbs, announced in the Commons on Thursday, on foreigners who belong to the cult entering or remaining in Britain either as staff or students. Mr. Kenneth Robinson, Minister of Health, told M.P.s: "The Government are satisfied, having reviewed all the available evidence, that scientology is socially harmful. "It ...
Jul 26, 1968
Government clamp down on cult of Scientology — The Scotsman (UK)
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Source: The Scotsman (UK)
The Government, in the Commons yesterday, announced plans to curb the growth of what Mr Kenneth Robinson, the Minister of Health, called the "objectionable " growth of Scientology. In a written answer to Mr Geoffrey Johnson Smith (C., East Grinstead), Mr Robinson said: "During the past two years the Government have become increasingly concerned at the spread of Scientology in the United Kingdom. Scientology is a pseudo-philosophical cult introduced into this country some years ago from the United States and has ...
Jul 26, 1968
State acts to curb scientology // Growing concern at spread — The Times (UK)
Type: Press
Author(s): Rita Marshall
Source: The Times (UK)
The Government yesterday announced steps to curb the growth of scientology, the cult which has its world headquarters in 30 acres of Sussex countryside near East Grinstead. Mr. Robinson, Minister of Health, said in a written reply to Mr. Geoffrey Johnson Smith, Conservative M.P. for East Grinstead, yesterday that the Government had been increasingly concerned at its spread in this country during the past two years. He announced six steps to stop foreign students, teachers and administrative staff coming to study ...
Jul 25, 1968
House of Commons // Official report // Parliamentary debates (Hansard)
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MINISTRY OF HEALTH Scientology Mr. G. John Smith asked the Minister of Health, in view of the representations he has received concerning the potentially harmful activities of scientologists in this country, what action he proposes to take; and if he will make a statement. Mr. K. Robinson: During the past two years, Her Majesty's government have become increasingly concerned at the spread of scientology in the United Kingdom. Scientology is a pseudo-philosophical cult introduced into this country some years ago from ...
Jul 25, 1968
Public inquiry made history // Scientology development appeal heard — East Grinstead Observer
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Source: East Grinstead Observer
THE PUBLIC INQUIRY INTO THE PLANNING APPEAL BY SClENTOLOGISTS CONCLUDED AT EAST GRINSTEAD ON FRIDAY AFTERNOON AFTER LASTING THREE-AND-A-HALF DAYS — THE LONGEST INQUIRY EVER TO BE HELD IN THE TOWN. The appeal by the Church of Scientology, California, was into the refusal by East Grinstead Urban Council to allow development extending to 23,500 square feet at the Scientology headquarters at Saint Hill Manor on the outskirts of the town. The Urban Council had booked East Grinstead Parish Hall for the ...
Jul 11, 1968
Scientologist youths told to leave the country — East Grinstead Observer
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Source: East Grinstead Observer
TWO long-haired Swedish youths who for the past month had been studying at Saint Hill Manor, East Grinstead, the headquarters of the Scientology Foundation, appeared before a special East Grinstead Court on Wednesday last week. Mats Bengtson (18) and Yngue Mokvist (22), both of no fixed address, pleaded guilty to being unlawfully in the U.K. contrary to the Aliens Order of 1953. They were granted an absolute discharge and bound over in the sum of £5 each, on their own recognisance, ...
Jul 15, 1966
Financier must qui Rhodesia — Rhodesia Herald
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Source: Rhodesia Herald
Mr. L. RON HUBBARD, the American financier who was recently involved in the purchase of the Bumi Hills Hotel and in number of other big business deals in Rhodesia, has been refused permission to stay in the country and has until next Monday to leave. The founder of the controversial scientology movement, has been told by the Ministry of Immigration that his temporary alien's residence permit will not be renewed, a spokesman for Mr. Hubbard said last night. The spokesman said ...
Jul 14, 1966
U.S. financier is refused residence permit -- told to leave by next monday — Bulawayo Chronicle
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Source: Bulawayo Chronicle
MR. L. RON HUBBARD, the American financier recently involved in the purchase of the Bumi Hills Hotel and in a number of other big business deals in Rhodesia, has been refused permission to stay in the country and has until next Monday to leave. Mr. Hubbard, founder of the controversial Scientology movement, has been told by the Ministry of Immigration that his temporary alien's residence permit will not be renewed, according to a spokesman for Mr. Hubbard. ''The spokesman said the ...
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