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Prison Inmates (Work)

Volume 84: debated on Tuesday 22 October 1985

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asked the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland what sort of work has been done by persons convicted of scheduled offences and serving sentences in the Maze prison, where the prisoners are or are believed to be members of (a) the Provisional Irish Republican Army, (b) the Official Irish Republican Army, (c) the Irish Republican Socialist Party, (d) the Irish National Liberation Army, (e) the Ulster Defence Association, (f) the Ulster Volunteer Force and (g) other terrorist organisations in (i) 1981, (ii) 1982, (iii) 1983, (iv) 1984 and (v) 1985; and if there are any kinds of work which the prisoners refused to do.

[pursuant to his reply, 21 October 1985, c. 59]: This information is not available.