HC Deb 20 March 1941 vol 370 c307W
Sir T. Moore

asked the Home Secretary whether he is aware that thousands of people are unable to shop at all owing to being employed all day and not leaving work until the shops are closed; and whether some better arrangement can be made for their convenience?

Persons condemned to death for murder in England and Wales during 1940.
Name. Age. Reprieved or Executed. Date of Execution. Place of Execution.
Chilcott, Gordon Richard 25 Reprieved
Hamerton, Ernest E. 25 Executed 27th March Wandsworth
Myatt, Joseph 36 Reprieved
Cowell, William C. 38 Executed 24th April Wands worth
Humphreys, Jack 18 Reprieved
Cashmere, Georgina 41 Reprieved
Ostler, Vincent 25 Executed 11th July Durham
Appleby, William 27 Executed 11th July Durham
Udham Singh 39 Executed 31st July Pentonville
Jones, Ruth 24 Reprieved
Roberts, George Edward 28 Executed 8th August Durham
Wright, John William 41 Executed 10th September Durham
Cobbett, Frank s 42 Conviction quashed on appeal and verdict of manslaughter substituted.
Cole, Stanley E. 23 Executed 31st October Wandsworth
Cooper, William H. 24 Executed 26th November Bedford
Mowbray, Thomas L. 31 Reprieved
Scollen, Edward 41 Executed 24th December Durham
Ransom, Florence I. O 35 Certified insane
Dyson, Elsie 24 Reprieved
Robinson, James 21 Reprieved
Holmes, Clifford 24 Executed 11th February, 1941. Manchester
NOTE. — Two men (James Richards and Peter Barnes) who were condemned to death in 1939 were executed on 7th February, 1940, at Birmingham Prison.