HC Deb 04 August 1975 vol 897 c71W
Rev. Ian Paisley

asked the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland, on 1st July 1975 what was the longest period a person remanded in custody had served in prison in Northern Ireland.

Mr. Merlyn Rees

Thirty-five weeks and three days. The average period on remand has however been reduced to 26 weeks and three days according to the latest figures.

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