To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs what representations
|Receptions (1) juveniles into prison department establishments in England and Wales: by type of reception 1982–86.|
|Type of reception||1982||1983||1984||1985||1986|
|Percentage of receptions of all ages||3||3||3||3||3|
|Percentage of receptions of all ages||9||5||2||2||3|
|Percentage of receptions of all ages3||10||9||9||8||6|
|1 Total receptions cannot be calculated by adding receptions in each category, because there is double counting.|
|2 Provisional figures.|
|3 Excluding fine defaulters and non-criminal prisoners.|
To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department (1) how many 14-year-olds were in prison establishments on the last occasion for which figures are available; what information he has about the institutions in which they were held; how many were on remand; what information he has about the crimes for which those convicted were so convicted; how many previous convictions they had; and what information he has as to their ethnic origins.
have been made to the Government of the Soviet Union about the continued imprisonment in a mental hospital of Vasili Shipilov.
Vasili Shipilov was included on a list of human rights cases which my right hon. and learned Friend handed to Mr. Shevardnadze during his visit to the Soviet Union in February this year.