§ 33. Mr. MANDER
asked the Home Secretary the extent to which immigrant Jews have established new industries recently in this country and the number of British employés to whom work has been given?
§ Mr. LLOYD
It is not the practice of the Home Office to differentiate between a Jewish and any other foreign immigrant, whether he comes from a Continental or an extra-European port, and figures are not therefore available. If, however, the hon. Member has specially in mind refugees from Germany, it is estimated that during the past few years upwards of 200 enterprises covering a great variety of industries have been established in the United Kingdom by foreigners who have left that country for racial, religious or economic reasons, and that employment has been given directly to some thousands of British subjects.