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Lord Chesham: Resident population figures, extracted from Table 2 of the 1991 Census Report for Great Britain are given below. The Northern Ireland figure was supplied by the Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency (NISRA) from the 1991 Census Report for Northern Ireland.
|Regions of England:|
|Yorkshire and Humberside||4,836,524|
The primary responsibility for deciding what resources are needed to provide an efficient and effective fire service in London and how those resources should be deployed rests with the fire authority. In reaching a decision on its application, very careful consideration has been given to the representations that have been received. We have also sought the views of Her Majesty's Chief Inspector of Fire Services. We have accepted his firm professional advice that if those proposals which we have now agreed are implemented by the fire authority, nationally recommended fire cover standards will still be maintained throughout London.
|Double/deadlocks on some/all outside doors into the house||n/a||57||61||70||70|
|Window locks that need keys to open them||n/a||35||52||62||69|
|Any indoor/outdoor lights on a time or sensor switch||n/a||n/a||22||32||40|
There are no estimates of the effect of the growth in security installations on the incidence of domestic burglary. However, the British Crime Survey does indicate households with poorer security face higher risks of burglary.
What was the total number of offences recorded by the police in each year since 1985 in which firearms were used to cause non-fatal injuries, including Scotland as well as England and Wales.
|England and Wales||Scotland||Total Great Britain||England and Wales||Scotland||Total Great Britain|
Figures for England and Wales for 1995 are not yet available.
(1) Crimes and Offences in Scotland.
What was the number of firearms-related deaths, including suicide and fatal accidents, in each year since 1985, including Scotland as well as England and Wales.
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These figures were supplied by the Office for National Statistics and the General Register Office for Scotland. The statistics are taken from the cause of death as recorded on death certificates and may vary from other sources, such as those used in Criminal Statistics, for example, especially in regard to the classification of the "undetermined" group.
|Cause of death|
|England and Wales||Scotland||England and Wales||Scotland||England and Wales||Scotland||England and Wales||Scotland||England and Wales||Scotland|
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