§ 36. Mr. ALBERY
asked the Home Secretary the number of undesirable aliens of Russian nationality who have been repatriated during the last three months?
§ Mr. CLYNES
Taking the three months ending 31st December last, I received recommendations for the deportation on conviction of 13 persons described as of Russian nationality. Of these, one has been found to be a Pole, three are still serving their sentences, and two have already left the country. Of the remaining seven eases, three have not been found to be of any nationality, the national status of three is under investigation, and in one case I decided against deportation.
§ Sir N. GRATTAN-DOYLE
May I ask, in regard to the number quoted by the right hon. Gentleman, what proportion were deported before the Soviet Government refused to accept them?
Dr. VERNON DAVIES
Will the right hon. Gentleman say whether he is receiving any help from the Russian Ambassador in regard to these cases?
§ Mr. ALBERY
Can the right hon. Gentleman say whether any person of Russian nationality who has been ordered to be deported has been deported?
§ 38. Sir KINGSLEY WOOD
asked the Home Secretary whether the deportation orders by British Courts against certain subjects of the Soviet Republic have yet been made effective?