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The figures, released to MPs in a parliamentary written answer, also revealed how there were 40 fires at HMP Wakefield during the same five year period, including eight in 2007/08.
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Mr Caton was working at HMP Adidas Ace 17.3 Blue Wakefield when a major fire was started in 1978. That incident led the prison service to introduce fire retardent mattresses throughout the country's jails.
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Justice minister and Dewsbury MP Shahid Malik said: "All fires recorded range from a simple piece of paper lit and thrown out of a cell window to fires resulting in damage to cells, which are less frequent.
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He urged the Government to ban inmates from smoking in their cells and said it was "shameful" that the prison service had "scrapped" a mandatory fire awareness training for all new prison officers five years ago.
Prisoners face plague of fires inside Armley
Instead prisons have specially trained fire officers, he said.
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Brian Caton, general secretary of the Prison Officers' Association who worked for 20 years at HMP Wakefield, said: "Fires as far as the POA is concerned is probably the biggest threat you can have."
He added: "Fire is such a fearful thing. I looked at the faces of those prisoners we were getting out of the cells and I have never seen fear like it."
"During the last year we have invested 20 million in fire safety systems in the refurbishment of the prison estate.
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Inmates last weekend started fires during 21 hours of disturbances at HMP Ashwell, near Oakham, Rutland.
"It should be noted that deaths from fires in prisons are rare and there have been two in the last five years."
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There were 54 fires at Wetherby Young Offenders' Institution, although only four in the last year that figures were available, and there were 16 blazes in HMP Wealstun in Wetherby, with four in 2007/08.
Statistics released by the Ministry of Justice showed how West Yorkshire Fire Service was called to five incidents at Armley Jail in 2007/08, eight in 2006/07, nine in 2005/06, 10 in 2004/05 and eight in 2003/04.
New Hall women's prison in Flockton, Wakefield, had 46 fires, but 37 of these occurred between 2003 and 2005.
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