§ 9. Mr. HANNON
asked the Home Secretary whether, in the case of aliens registered with the police in this country, any details are furnished by such persons in regard to their place of employment; whether, in the event of their change of address, the police authorities communicate to the new district information regarding the individuals concerned; and whether any restriction is enforced in regard to the employment of aliens in trades or industries in which there is considerable unemployment?
The answer to the first two parts of the question is in the affirmative. As regards the third part, an alien is not admitted to this country for employment unless he is in possession of a permit issued to his prospective employer by the Ministry of Labour.