HC Deb 01 August 1912 vol 41 c2271W

asked the Home Secretary whether Charles Gray, a suffragist, now undergoing a term of imprisonment in Wandsworth Prison, has been forced to wear prison dress and denied the privileges of Rule 243a; and whether he can see his way to extend those privileges to this prisoner?


As I stated in reply to a previous question, this man was convicted of a serious assault, and was sentenced to hard labour. He cannot therefore be allowed the privileges of Rule 243a.