People from all parts of the British Isles welcome Britain's Prime Minister, Mr Harold Macmillan throughout his tour of Australia in February 1958. Mr Macmillan was happy to meet some of the British migrants who worked at the British Motor Corporation (Aust) Company's works in Sydney. Apart from British and European migrants who have been employed locally, the B.M.C have nominated 351 families from Great Britain as migrants under the assisted passages scheme, and helped them with employment and housing finance when they got to Australia. Left to right: Bill Briggs, The British Prime Minister; Mr G A Lloyd, and Tony Stoker. It was a completely relaxed group - note the cigarette in Tony's hand, in working hours in the presence of the Prime Minister of England and his managing director
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