HC Deb 25 February 1982 vol 18 cc447-9W
Mr. S. C. Silkin

asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department in what circumstances, and on what

Mr. MacGregor

[pursuant to his reply, 23 February 1982, c. 332.]: The attached table sets out the number of factories and floor area let to all types of tenants by the English Industrial Estates Corporation for each financial year since 1974–75, in each of the travel-to-work areas of Durham county and of the remainder of the North-East region.

evidence, a prison governor is entitled to open sealed packets sent to him by solicitors for a prisoner in his prison for the purpose of transmission to such prisoner in connection with criminal proceedings in which the instructed by the prisoner; and in what circumstances and on what evidence a prisoner governor may open sealed packets from the prisoner to his solicitors.

Mr. Mayhew

A prison governor may open all post to or from a prisoner, but under prison rule 37A(1) correspondence between a prisoner who is a party to any legal proceedings and his legal adviser may not be read unless the governor has reason to suppose that it contains matter not relating to the proceedings.