HC Deb 27 November 1934 vol 295 cc680-1
74. Mr. THORNE

asked the Minister of Health the number of mothers who die for every thousand of infants born in Dewsbury, Rochdale, Huddersfield, Blackburn, Poplar, Putney, Wandsworth, Shoreditch, West Ham, and the Welsh counties?


As the answer involves a tabular statement I will, with the hon. Member's permission, circulate it in the OFFICIAL REPORT.

Following is the statement:

1933: Maternal Mortality per 1,000 Total (Live and Still) Births.
Dewsbury C.B. 6.15
Rochdale C.B. 2.71
Huddersfield C.B 8.81
Blackburn C.B. 2.60
Poplar Met. B. 1.70
Wandsworth Met. B. 5.27
Shoreditch Met. B 3.87
West Ham C.B. 1.75
Anglesey 6.85
Brecknockshire 2.30
Caernarvonshire 5.14
Cardiganshire 9.60
Carmarthenshire 6.61
Denbighshire 7.12
Flintshire 4.06
Glamorganshire 6.45
Merionethshire 4.80
Monmouthshire 6.78
Montgomeryshire 6.64
Pembrokeshire 4.99
Radnorshire 3.10
Separate figures for Putney are not available.