§ Sir R. Acland
asked the Secretary of State for War whether he has given preliminary consideration to the case of Marino Vicetti, now reported in hospital as a result of wounds inflicted at Arnhem; and whether he will give an assurance that this man will not be sent back to Spain against his will until there has been time for a thorough consideration of his case.
§ Mr. H. Morrison
I have been asked to reply. I have no knowledge of this case beyond what has been reported in a newspaper, and I am making inquiries. I can, however, assure the hon. Member that the compulsory power of deportation is never exercised without a thorough consideration of all the relevant circumstances.