§ Sir M. Sueter
asked the Home Secretary whether he is aware that the profession of general medical practitioner in this country is overstocked and doctors have to work extremely hard to obtain some remuneration after their long and expensive training to qualify them for the medical profession; whether he will refuse to admit further alien doctors into this country or to allow them to practise; and on what conditions and in what numbers alien doctors have so far been allowed to enter this country and compete with our own medical men?
§ Mr. Lloyd
As regards the first part of the question I would refer my hon. and gallant Friend to the replies given on the 14th July to my hon. Friend the Member for Denbigh (Sir H. Morris-Jones) and to the hon. Member for Dewsbury (Mr. Riley). As regards the last part of the question I would refer to the reply given on the 7th March last to my hon. Friend the Member for the Moss Side Division of Manchester (Mr. W. R. Duckworth).