§ Mr. Kilroy-Silk
asked the Secretary of State for Social Services what is the classified disorder of each person under 18 449W years of age presently detained in Moss Side special hospital; and what is the nature of the offence, if any, of each person under 18 years presently detained in Moss Side special hospital.
§ Mr. Moyle
The mental disorders, by Mental Health Act classification, from which the 27 patients—25 males and two females—under the age of 18 years detained in Moss Side Special Hospital are suffering are as follows:
Psycopathic disorder 15 cases Subnormality 4 cases Severe sub-normality 2 cases Mental Illness 2 cases Psycopathic disorder and sub-normality 3 cases Mental illness and subnormality 1 case
Seven of these patients were admitted under Section 26 of the Mental Health Act 1959—that is, not as a direct consequence of a court appearance. The offences of the other 20 patients were as follows:
- Arson (6 patients)
- Assault with intent to rob (2 patients)
- Possessing an imitation firearm
- Attempting to suffocate a child
- Attempting murder
- Wounding with intent and occasioning actual bodily harm
- Unlawful and malicious wounding
- Indecent assault, wounding with intent and theft
- Attempted sexual intercourse without consent Unlawfully and maliciously attempting to
Regional Health Authority Provisional Cash Limit 1977–78 Planning Resource 1978–79 Assumptions 1979–80 £ million £ million £ million East Anglia … … … … 13.9 14.5 13.7 North-West Thames … … … … 14.0 16.4 16.3 North-East Thames … … … … 16.0 20.8 19.8 South-East Thames … … … … 13.1 15.7 18.0 South-West Thames … … … … 18.4 13.8 15.2 These figures include allocations for joint financing of personal social services. No planning figures beyond 1979–80 have been notified to regional health authorities.
§ Mr. Stephen Ross
asked the Secretary of State for Social Services what is the estimated total annual NHS revenue expenditure for the Wessex Regional Health Authority for the years 1977 to 1981.