2. Sir GILBERT PARKER
asked the Foreign Secretary if Karl Graves, who in America has announced himself as having been released from prison in this country soon after his sentence to eighteen months' imprisonment for spying in order to become a secret agent and spy of the British Government, was so released; and, if so, under what conditions?
§ Mr. ACLAND
The Foreign Office has had nothing to do with the case of Karl Graves and can give no information about him. He is reported to have stated that he had an interview with the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, but the statement is quite untrue.