HC Deb 10 May 1923 vol 163 cc2621-2W

asked the Solicitor-General for Scotland whether he has considered the case of Henry McCrory, of 22, Breadalbane Street, Anderston, Glasgow, who was of Scottish parentage and descent, and had no connection whatever with Ireland, but who was deported to that country at a recent date on suspicion of having committed certain political offences; and whether he will take the necessary steps to secure the release of this British subject?


I have considered the case referred to. It is not proposed to release McCrory, but it is open to him to make representations against his internment which would be considered in due course by the Advisory Committee.