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Thursday, July 22, 2004

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Immigration undecided on 'pro-Nazi' Irving


HISTORIAN David Irving is among a group of people now banned from entering New Zealand, but a final decision on his September visit has not been made.

Mr Irving, labelled by a British judge as pro-Nazi, anti-semitic and a Holocaust denier, plans to speak at Wellington's National Press Club during a two-week visit in September.

Jewish organisations have demanded he be refused entry into New Zealand.

Immigration Service spokeswoman Kathryn O'Sullivan said inquiries were being made internationally about Mr Irving and a final decision on whether he came here would be made "in the next few weeks".


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