Oral Answers to Questions — Aliens.

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  • Official Inquibies. (4 speeches)

    64. asked the Home Secretary whether any official investigations were conducted, on the ground of suspicions communicated to the authorities in 1917 and 1918, regarding the good faith of any...

  • Immigration. (5 speeches)

    Mr. DOYLE: 67. asked the Home Secretary how many aliens, Russian, German, Polish, and Scandinavian, have arrived in Great Britain for residence here during the last 12 months; how many were...

  • Criminal Law Amendment Act. (2 speeches)

    68. asked the Home Secretary whether he will consider the advantage of taking the opinion of His Majesty's Judges of the King's Bench as to the expediency or desirability of taking away the...

  • Wandsworth Guardians (Police Protection). (2 speeches)

    69. asked the Home Secretary whether he is aware of the fact that, at a meeting of the Wands-worth Poor Law guardians, held at their board room on the 26th January last for the transaction of the...

  • Overseas Committee. (2 speeches)

    85. asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies whether a new Bill will be introduced to continue and enlarge the work of the Overseas Committee and, if so, when?

  • Street Trading Committee. (2 speeches)

    72. asked the Home Secretary if the Committee on Street Trading has yet reported; if the Report will be issued; and when proposals dealing with the recommendations will be submitted?

  • Licensing Statistics. (2 speeches)

    73. asked the Home Secretary whether, in the licensing statistics published annually by his Department, information can be given as to the hours of opening and closing licensed premises for the...

  • Women Police Patrol. (4 speeches)

    Captain BENN: 74. asked the Home Secretary whether, by abolishing the mounted branch of the Metropolitan Police, a saving could be effected approximately equal to the cost of the women patrols?

  • Women (Convictions). (4 speeches)

    76. asked the Home Secretary what proportion of women committed to prison in 1921 had previous convictions to their names; and what proportion were under 25 years of age?

  • Crime (Detection). (4 speeches)

    Captain TUDOR-REES: 79. asked the Home Secretary whether he is aware of the increasing number of grave crimes that are being committed in which the offenders are not brought to justice; and...

  • Licensing Justices. (2 speeches)

    81. asked the Home Secretary whether, seeing that justices interested in the brewing trades are not permitted to serve on licensing benches, he will secure a similar prohibition against members...

  • ASSAULT, UGANDA (Mr. C. F. ANDREWS). (2 speeches)

    83. asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies whether he has received any report as to the assault committed upon Mr. C. F. Andrews while travelling on the Uganda Railway by one of the...

  • Floods, Killalan. (2 speeches)

    (by Private Notice) asked the Secretary for Scotland is he aware that the Black Bridge across the River Elchaig, near Killalan, Kintail, West Ross, has recently been swept away by a spate, and...

  • CROWN v. WILTS UNITED DAIRIES, LTD. (2 speeches)

    (by Private Notice) asked the President of the Board of Trade whether he proposes to take any further action with regard to the case in which the Court of Appeal has given Judgment against the...