§ 31 Mr. BILLING
asked the Under-Secretary of State to the 1215 Air Ministry whether he will lay upon the Table of the House a list of all members in and employés of his Department who are of enemy origin or birth; and, in cases where their names have been changed, will he state their name at birth and also, if naturalised, the date upon which they were naturalised?
The hon. Member had given notice of questions in similar terms addressed to the Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of Food, the Minister of National Service, the Minister of Pensions, the Postmaster-General, the President of the Local Government Board, and the Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of Shipping.
§ The FINANCIAL SECRETARY to the TREASURY (Mr. Baldwin)
I can add nothing to the reply which my night hon. Friend the Chancellor of the Exchequer gave to similar questions yesterday.
§ Mr. BILLING
Will the hon. Gentleman devote the time he has saved in answering these questions collectively to considering the advisability of interning all Germans in this country?