§ 17. Colonel FABER
asked the Home Secretary who was the Home Office official who on two occasions, as reported in the Canning case, wrote a personal letter to the officer commanding at Loft-house Detention Camp asking for permission for visitors to see German prisoners, which visits were regarded as special facilities?
§ The UNDER-SECRETARY of STATE for the HOME DEPARTMENT (Mr. Brace)
I would refer the hon. and gallant Member to the reply I gave yesterday to the hon. and gallant Member for Southampton.
§ Colonel FABER
May I ask if the right hon. Gentleman's reply yesterday contained the name of the man who signed the pass, and will this foe allowed again?
§ Mr. BILLING
Will the Home Office give an undertaking that in future no preference will be given to anyone in Government Departments, or to anyone associated with Government Departments, and that no social distinction will bear weight with the Home Office in enabling people to fraternise with these enemy aliens?