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Bill Forrest made this Freedom of Information request to UK Statistics Authority

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Dear UK Statistics Authority,

How many people were prosecuted for failing to complete census form in 2001?

Yours faithfully,

Bill Forrest

Paul Wearn, UK Statistics Authority

Our Reference: FOI01117/Forrest/QE1

Dear Mr Forrest,
This information is exempt from the Freedom of Information Act as the
information is already published.

The number of people prosecuted for failing to complete a census
questionnaire in the 2001 Census was published on the website in 2005 in
the non-compliance evaluation report.

[1]http://www.statistics.gov.uk/census2001/...

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Dear Paul Wearn,

Thank you for your response it was comprehensive and completely answered my request

Yours sincerely,

Bill Forrest