HC Deb 31 July 1936 vol 315 c1876W

asked the Secretary of State for Scotland, how many children under 10 years of age have been immunised against diphtheria in Aberdeen, Dundee, Glasgow, and Edinburgh in each year since 1922; whether there has been any immunisation against scarlet fever in those towns; and, if so, what was the yearly number of children under 10 years inoculated?


The information desired is contained in the following statement:


I shall, of course, give very careful consideration to the Report of the Public Accounts Committee to which my hon. Friend refers. I would, however, assure my hon. Friend that there is no question of the sale of exclusive information, and that the Ministry specifically reserved full power to afford to any other paper similar facilities to those accorded to the "Farmers' Weekly."