HC Deb 07 July 1919 vol 117 cc1427-8W
Brigadier-General COLVIN

asked the Home Secretary whether naturalised British subjects who are known to have served with the enemy's forces are freely readmitted into this country, and why they should not be interned pending the investigation of their cases?


I have been asked to reply to this question. There is no power to exclude British subjects from this country, whatever their past history, but the hon. and gallant Member may be assured that in the particular case he has in mind, as well as in all other such cases, all appropriate measures will be taken.