HC Deb 06 February 1973 vol 850 cc76-7W
65. Mr. Iremonger

asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department what action he has taken on the petition, presented in early December by the prisoners in Her Majesty's Prison, Springhill, of which he has had details from the hon. Member for Ilford, North, petitioning for leave to defend a court action on Monday 5th February.

Mr. Carlisle

Directions were given for a prisoner from Her Majesty's Prison, Springhill, to be produced at Bow County Court to defend a civil action on 5th February, and he was transfereed to Wormwood Scrubs accordingly so as to be nearer the court. The date of the action has, however, now been adjourned generally and the prisoner's attendance at court was not therefore necessary.

Voluntary organisations' projects under the urban programme in England and Wales 180,000
New central services 13,250
Included in increased grant to the Community Relations Commission for special projects 10,000
Marriage guidance organisations (England and Wales) 40,000
Prison and borstal after-care organisations (England and Wales) 100,000
Organisations engaged in practical conservation work 16,000
Organisations providing voluntary service for young people 18,000
Grants to further voluntary effort in Wales 2,000
Grants to voluntary social service (including the urban programme) in Scotland 18,000
Total £397,250

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