HC Deb 13 March 1911 vol 22 cc1844-5

asked the President of the Local Government Board whether the Census papers have yet been printed; and, if so, was he able to say if it is stated on the front page of the paper that a person is asked to state whether he or she was born in England, Scotland, or Ireland, and that no provision has been made for a person to declare whether he or she was born in Wales?


The schedules to be filled up by householders at the forthcoming Census have been printed. In the case of every person born in the United Kingdom the head of the family will be asked to give the name of the county and town or parish of birth. In the form of request for this information there is no special reference to England, Scotland, Ireland or Wales.