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Oral Answers to Questions — Russian Visitors (Permits).

Part of the debate – in the House of Commons on 15th February 1926.

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Photo of Mr Neil Maclean Mr Neil Maclean , Glasgow Govan

We have just heard from the Home Secretary that he will communicate with the hon. and gallant Gentleman who put this question. If a Cabinet Minister can send on information that is looked upon as private and confidential in his particular Department, it should be provided for any hon. Member. Is it not in the public interest that the information should be given in this House?