HC Deb 02 December 1931 vol 260 c1091
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?


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.


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?

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