HC Deb 30 March 1933 vol 276 cc1162-3
31. Mr. LEVY

asked the Home Secretary why Joseph Lupenska, a Polish Communist, who was recently convicted at Brighton and recommended for deportation for the third time, was not deported when first recommended for deportation in 1927?


Lupenska who came to this country in 1913 at the age of four years is of Polish origin, but it bag proved impossible to establish that he is of Polish nationality, and as no country accepts him as a national, there is no country to which he can be deported.


Is the right hon. Gentleman aware that this young man was allowed to remain in this country after his parents left several years ago; and can he say why this lad was not compelled to go with his parents?

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