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Excluded Persons

Volume 928: debated on Friday 18 March 1977

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asked the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland how many persons excluded from Great Britain to Northern Ireland under the Prevention of Terrorism Acts 1974 and 1976 have subsequently been charged, convicted or declared to be wanted in connection with acts of terrorism in Northern Ireland.

No person excluded from Great Britain and removed to Northern Ireland has subsequently been charged with or convicted of a terrorist offence in Northern Ireland. Details of persons wanted by the police are an operational matter for the Chief Constable.

local education authorities do not identify separately the cost of maintaining maintained schools. Since that date the Education and Library Boards have spent the following amounts on the upkeep of maintained schools:

1 October 1973 to 31 March 1974£2·3 million
1974–75£6·1 million
1975–76£9·1 million

These figures do not include the cost of teachers' salaries, which are paid direct by the Department of Education.