It (now] appears that Continental nationals en route to the United States enter British ports as 'transmigrants', and they are carried onward in British ships. On arrival in America the United States'
monthly quota may have become exhausted, and on this account, or by reason of their unfit, diseased, or otherwise unwelcome condition, these passengers are rejected. The transmigrants then become, perforce, the guests of the steamship companies and in the meantime they have been lodged in England, at Eastleigh, near Southampton sinister influence is working to ensure that people rejected by America may return to Britain, to settle, instead of sending back to their respective countries? ... The real question, of course, is: why should England receive those whom the rest of the civilised world have rejected? It is difficult to control the transmigrants in the teeming foreign elements of London. They will commence work, displace British labour, become eligible for the dole, increasing our housing difficulties, spread disease, and permeate our land with anti-patriotic propaganda. ... ... As to the Alien camp in Eastleigh, one is tempted to ask what