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(In many cases, in fact, overcrowded classrooms turned out to be in school buildings that had additional space, suggesting that the problem was one of local management.)
The figures released by the Howard League for Penal Reform show that 208 out of 755 prisoners in Stoke Heath in Market Drayton were in overcrowded cells for the year up until March.
For example, a family would be living in an overcrowded home if they had two children - a boy and a girl - over the age of 10 sharing a bedroom.
is more times higher housing than homeowners The proportion of households in England and Wales living in overcrowded accommodation, by year
Many of the residents in these overcrowded flats also work at the market.
In overcrowded homes, most of the households at risk of poverty live, which is almost half of the population in our country, as well as about 80 per cent of children under 16, and 60 per cent of young people aged 16-29.
Labour is releasing new analysis of overcrowded rail services, which reveals that:
A study by the party suggested that the most overcrowded train routes are on average 187% over capacity.
The ministries of Justice and Interior have begun a joint initiative to expedite legal procedures aimed at addressing Cambodia's growing problem of overcrowded prisons.
Additional buildings will be constructed in Bishkek and Chui region for overcrowded schools, Minister of Education and Science Gulmira Kudaiberdiyeva said.
BRITAIN'S overcrowded jails are leading to a vicious culture of drugs, debt and violence, warn experts.
* Overcrowding impacts rural Alaska, with more than half of all households in some areas overcrowded.