HC Deb 08 February 1929 vol 224 cc2093-4W
Colonel BURTON

asked the Home Secretary in how many cases were aliens concerned in the management of night clubs and for how many of them did Sir William Horwood, the late Commissioner of Police, ask for deportation orders after conviction, and in how many cases were his requests complied with; and whether, seeing that the late Commissioner asked for Ribuffi's deportation after conviction for irregularities at Victor's Club in

petroleum and the virions kinds of refined petroleum during each of the three years 1926 to 1928 are recorded on pages 46 and 68–9 of the "Accounts relating to Trade and Navigation of the United Kingdom" for December last. As regards a comparison between the imports of such oils and production in this country, I would refer my hon. Friend to an article on "Mineral Oil Refining in Great Britain" in the "Board of Trade Journal" of April 7th, 1927, and to the preliminary report on the Census of Production of 1924 of the Oil and Tallow Trades in Great Britain in the Board of Trade Journal" of January 5th, 1928.