HC Deb 08 May 1924 vol 173 c606
22. Lieut.-Colonel Sir FREDERICK HALL

asked the Home Secretary whether he will consider as to the possibility of framing Regulations which will prevent the admission of aliens into this country in all cases in which their entry is likely further to enhance the present acute conditions of unemployment?


Under the Regulations already in force, an alien is not allowed to land unless he be in a position to support himself, or, if he desire to take employment here, unless he has a permit obtained from the Ministry of Labour. I do not think anything more is necessary. The hon. and gallant Baronet's object is already met.