§ Mr. GROVES
asked the Minister of Health what were the number of births in Bradford, Yorks, and the number of deaths of puerperal sepsis, of puerperal pepexia, and still births attended by midwives, by doctors, and in institutions, respectively?
§ Sir K. WOOD
The number of live births in Bradford (Yorks) registered in 1933 was 3,901. The number of deaths3000W
the present annual cost of salaries and travelling expenses is approximately £32,300. Town planning work was combined with the work of housing and slum clearance up till the end of 1921, when a separate town planning division was formed. I am having a statement prepared of the cost of this division since its inception, which I will send to the hon. Member within the next few days.