HC Deb 26 January 1937 vol 319 c768W
Mr. Mander

asked the Home Secretary the number of French, German, Italian, and Russian women admitted to this country during 1935; the number who remained as visitors or who were gainfully employed and, in the latter case, the particular form of their occupation; and the number of British women similarly admitted to the above countries during the same period?

Mr. Lloyd

The statistics—of which I am sending the hon. Member a copy—relating to alien passengers who enter the United Kingdom give separate figures for men and women who come here with Ministry of Labour permits, but not for those who come as holiday and business visitors or as returning residents. The Home Office keeps no records of British subjects who enter foreign countries. I regret, therefore, that the information asked for is not available.