Part of Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister – in the House of Commons at 2:30 pm on 4th December 2002.

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Photo of Bob Russell Bob Russell Liberal Democrat, Colchester 2:30 pm, 4th December 2002

When the Prime Minister was still a lad, before his tuition-free days at university—[Laughter.]—was the Prime Minister then aware that the policies of real Labour Governments, and of one-nation Conservative Governments, had effectively ended homelessness in this country? In his current privileged position, is he aware that, after a quarter of a century of right-wing Governments, both Conservative and new Labour, we now have a housing crisis again? When will his Government do something to provide decent housing for homeless people, particularly for the underclass that has developed under new Labour?