P215 CEEFAX 215 Tue 15 Nov 20:01/00       The all-party parliamentary War Crimes Group has produced a report into how alleged Nazi war criminals managed to enter Britain after World War II. It says government ministers and officials in the 1940s were so worried about Britain's labour shortage that immigrants were not rigorously screened Over 90,000 people from eastern and central Europe were recruited to labour schemes in Britain at that time. An inquiry begins next year to decide whether there is enough evidence to bring alleged war criminals to trial. News index 102/202 Newsreel 119/219 Next News NewsIndex Newsflash BBC2 TV