§ Tim Loughton
To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department how many people have been prosecuted in each of the last 10 years for driving(a) under age, (b) without a licence, (c) while excluded and (d) without insurance. 
§ Paul Goggins
The information requested is contained in the table:425W
Number of persons1 proceeded against, for certain motoring offences, England and Wales 1993–2002 Driving or causing or permitting another person
to drive other than in accordance with a licence2
Driving while disqualified from holding or
obtaining a licence
Using a motor vehicle uninsured against third
1999 23,202 28,401 226,021 20003 24,421 28,714 228,329 2001 24,599 31,130 227,570 2002 24,338 33,388 242,188 1Data are on the principal offence basis and exclude companies, local authorities etc. 2 Includes offences of driving under age and without licence. 3 Excludes Staffordshire.
Offences of driving under age and without a licence are included along with other similar offences in the group 'Driving, or causing or permitting another person to drive other than in accordance with a licence' and cannot be separately identified. Statistics on court proceedings for 2003 will be published in the autumn.