61. Sir F. HALL
asked the Home Secretary when George Allison, who was deported from India after serving a sentence of 18 months' imprisonment for using a false passport and counterfeiting the seal and stamp of the Foreign Office, landed in this country; and whether his Indian record was known to the police when he was allowed to enter England?
§ Sir H. SAMUEL
This man's record was known, but as he is a British subject there was no power to refuse him leave to land. I am informed that he arrived in this country on return iron India on the 14th June, 1928.
§ Mr. KIRKWOOD
Is it not the case that if all the antecedents of hundreds of Members of this House were carefully examined, they would never be in this country at all?