Will the right hon. Gentleman pursue the results of this report with the greatest speed? Does he not agree that many people are put in a position of great hardship by having to move, sometimes only a short distance of two or three miles, crossing the boundary of a local authority and then losing their priority on the housing list? Will he look at this very sympathetically?
Mr. Edward M. Taylor:
Is the Secretary of State aware of the special problem in Glasgow, where more than 90 per cent. of flats for single persons and aged couples are allocated to existing council tenants, as a result of which people in privately rented property, single people or aged couples, do not have very much hope of getting such accommodation? Will that be covered by the report?