§ 58. Mr. J. Silverman
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs what representations he has made to the Government of the United States of America with regard to the proposed deportation to the United Kingdom of Mrs. Hazel Anna Wolf, a British subject.
§ 63. Mr. Swingler
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs if he will 134W make representations to the United States Government on behalf of Mrs. Hazel Anna Wolf, a British citizen who has resided in the United States of America since 1922, who is threatened with deportation to the United Kingdom, and about whom details have been sent to him by the hon. Member for Newcastle-under-Lyme.
§ Mr. Ormsby Gore
When the United States authorities informed Her Majesty's Embassy at Washington of their desire to deport Mrs. Wolf to the United Kingdom they gave the fullest information as to the circumstances. In the light of this information it was considered that no useful purpose would be served by making representations. It has now been learned that Mrs. Wolf suffers from tuberculosis and that a drastic change in her environment could cause serious repercussions. Her Majesty's Ambassador has therefore been instructed to represent to the State Department that the United States authorities should reconsider this case.