§ 82. Sir H. CRAIK
asked the Secretary for Scotland how many alien enemies there are uninterned in Scotland; how 2034 many of that number are in the Glasgow district; and how many are in prohibited areas?
§ 83. Sir H. CRAIK
asked the Secretary for Scotland how many alien enemies previously residing in Scotland have been interned, and how many from the Glasgow district?
§ 84. Mr. JOYNSON-HICKS
asked the Secretary for Scotland who are the Advisory Committee in regard to alien enemies in Scotland; whether it is proposed to strengthen it; how many cases they have considered; how many they have left uninterned; and how many have been released from internment?
§ Mr. MUNRO
The Scottish Advisory Committee consists of Lord Dewar (Chairman) and my hon. Friends the Member for South Lanarkshire and the Member for Govan, the latter of whom has recently taken the place of my right hon. Friend the Member for Kirkcaldy Burghs. The Committee has examined over 1,800 cases, and, in addition, it has recently revised all cases in prohibited areas. The men of all ages exempted from internment or repatriation number about 400, and 68 have been released, some of whom are now in England. I see no reason to alter the composition of the Committee.
§ Mr. JOYNSON-HICKS
Will the right hon. Gentleman make a report to the House as to the work of this Committee such as we have had in regard to England?