§ Dr. SALTER
asked the Home Secretary the number of drivers of motor cars involved in road accidents during 1933 from which injury to or death of human beings resulted who were arrested on suspicion of being under the influence of drink; the number of such who were convicted of the offence; and, of the latter, how many were given terms of imprisonment, how many fined and how many had their driving licences suspended?
§ Sir J. GILMOUR
I regret that I cannot give the desired information. The 369W return of offences relating to motor vehicles for 1933 is not yet available, and such returns do not show separately the cases in which a charge followed on an accident involving death or personal injury.