HC Deb 03 May 1972 vol 836 c168W
Mr. Elystan Morgan

asked the Attorney-General how many magistrates in Wales are sufficiently proficient in the Welsh language to be able to hear a case wholly conducted in Welsh; and what percentage of the magistracy in Wales this number represents.

The Attorney-General:

The figures for which the hon. Member asks are not readily available, but my noble and learned Friend the Lord Chancellor is making inquiries and will let him have the information as soon as he has obtained it.