HC Deb 23 November 1926 vol 200 cc228-9W
Sir W. de FRECE

asked the Minister of Health the number of cases, fatal and otherwise, of infantile paralysis, or pofiomyelitis, which have occurred in this country in each of the last three periods of six months; and how these cases, proportionately to the population, compare with similar cases in other European countries?


The required particulars, as far as they are available, are given in the following table:

restaurants, public houses, theatres, music halls and other places of public resort after 8 o'clock at night, so that persons desirous of being supplied with such goods at convenient times may not be denied the right of purchasing the same?


I would refer to the reply I gave on the 12th instant to questions by the hon. and gallant Member for North Croydon (Lieut.-Colonel Mason) and the hon. Member for East Islington (Major Tasker).