§ 43. Earl Winterton
asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department what is the aggregate amount of new accommodation provided in the various penal establishments of Great Britain for married and single officers of the prison service since 1st January, 1949.
§ Earl Winterton
Can the right hon. Gentleman give the House an assurance that the state of affairs—which can only be described as scandalous—in the not very remote past, where warders had actually to sleep in prison cells, has now been remedied, and that there is sufficient accommodation for both married and single warders?
§ Colonel Gomme-Duncan
Can the right hon. Gentleman clarify the point and say whether the figures he has given refer to Great Britain or to England and Wales?