§ 32. Sir K. WOOD
asked the Home Secretary whether his inquiries are now completed concerning the case of Isadore Dreazon, recently convicted at Manchester; whether he can state the various industrial disputes in which it has been ascertained that Dreazon intervened or which he fomented; and whether it has now been ascertained if he is a member of the executive of the Third International?
§ Mr. CLYNES
As I informed the House on the 22nd May last, this man carried an American passport on his arrival in this country. There is reason to think that he was not entitled to the possession of that passport, and I am 2131 awaiting the result of inquiries as to his identity. Meanwhile, it would not be in the public interest to make any further statement.
§ Sir K. WOOD
Is there any objection to answering the last part of the question, as to whether it has now been ascertained if he is a member of the executive of the Third International?