HC Deb 27 July 1944 vol 402 cc910-1W
Sir L. Lyle

asked the Minister of Aircraft Production what steps he is taking to bring home to the workers in the appropriate factories the services to the Allied Armies now being rendered by the output of heavy bombs for which they are responsible.

Sir S. Cripps

Photographs and enlarged pictures showing damage caused by bombs are supplied for exhibition in the factories concerned, and arrangements are made for bomber pilots to visit factories to give to the workers first-hand accounts of bombing assaults. In addition, the operations of Bomber Command

Year and Prison. Daily Average Population. Punishments.
Corporal Punishment. Close Confinement. Dietary Punishment. Loss of Stage, Privilege or Remission.
Dartmoor 362 113 119 194
Wandsworth 710 2 131 201 300
Dartmoor 427 184 193 923
Wandsworth 939 3 73 211 367
Dartmoor 530 112 177 1,000
Wandsworth 1,059 76 264 464

In most cases the punishment awarded to a particular prisoner consists of a combination of two or more of the various types of punishment. During 1943, corporal punishment was awarded for a prison offence in five cases, of which one occurred at each of the following prisons:—Bedford, Exeter, Lewes, Liverpool and Winchester.