HC Deb 14 June 1906 vol 158 c1139
MR. FELL (Great Yarmouth)

I beg to ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department how many of the 105 orders which he has made for the expulsion of aliens have been acted on: whether the aliens have been in fact deported in each case; and whether any difficulties have arisen with the countries affected as to receiving these expelled aliens.


In fifty-one cases steps were taken to deport the alien; of the other aliens who were left to find their own way out of the country, some are known to have gone, and if any are found in this country they will be arrested and punished as rogues and vagabonds. No country has, to my knowledge, refused to receive its own nationals when expelled from these shores, but there is sometimes a difficulty in establishing nationality.