§ Mr. R. Carr
None, Sir. But I am considering, in the light of recent experience, how far improvements can be made in our techniques and facilities for containing prisoners who are violent, dangerous or trouble makers.
§ Mr. Farr
With regard to the troubles in the autumn, would my right hon. Friend not agree that if trouble makers had been segregated in one highly unpleasant and secure place a lot of the troubles fermented by the trouble makers in the prisons might well not have occurred? Will my right hon. Friend look at that matter again?
§ Mr. Carr
Certainly I am looking very carefully at what is called the dispersal policy, but I remind my hon. Friend that the answer would not necessarily be, as some people imagine, a top security prison, because while the so-called category A top security people may include trouble makers, they do not include all the trouble makers. Therefore, this would not be the answer to the problem.