HC Deb 16 July 1984 vol 64 c48W
Mr. McNamara

asked the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland what is the size of the present prison population in Northern Ireland categorized by age and by sex in the following groups: under 18 years old, 18 to 25 years, 25–30 years, 30–40 years, 50–60 years and over 60 years, giving a breakdown of the length of sentence being served by percentage of the total prison population and the number of prisoners serving sentences for terrorist-type offences.

Mr. Scott

[pursuant to his reply, 10 July 1984]: The following table shows the position as it was on 10 June 1984.

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