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Walsall (Boundary Changes)

Volume 974: debated on Sunday 11 November 1979

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asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department when he will be signing the order for the ward boundary changes in the borough of Walsall.

PERSONS SERVING SENTENCES IN DEFAULT OF PAYMENT OF A FINE, THOSE COMMITTED FOR NON-PAYMENT OF MAINTENANCE AND THOSE HELD UNDER THE IMMIGRATION ACT 1971 IN PRISON DEPARTMENT ESTABLISHMENTS IN ENGLAND AND WALES ON 30 JUNE 1979
Number of persons
Type of prisonerAdultYoung PrisonersTotal
Prisoners under sentence—Fine defaulters744180924
Aged 21 and overAged under 21
Non-criminal prisoners*—Maintenance defaulters170170
Persons held under the Immigration Act 197117016186
* Within a total of 496 non-criminal prisoners after conviction for a misclassification of 90 criminal prisoners as non-criminal prisoners, which affected the answers to three questions on 8 November 1979.—[Vol. 973, c. 245–46.]

asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department how many adults and young offenders in prison department custody on 30 June, including fine defaulters, had been convicted of (a) drunkenness, (b) offences

An order implementing, with modifications, the new electoral arrangements proposed for Walsall by the Local Government Boundary Commission for England was made on 14 November 1979.