Former MP, Greenwich
The hon. Gentleman is under an obligation to give the House a little more information than that. Will he tell the House whether the additional funds, whatever they may be, are to be arrived at by a re-allocation of the existing amounts available, which are inadequate, or whether the Government are prepared to make additional funds available?
If the right hon. Gentleman cannot deal with the whole question of planning blight now, why is there so much delay in dealing with the problem of injurious affection, given that the Government inherited clear proposals from the last Government eight months ago in a draft Bill?
In the light of his answer, will the right hon. Gentleman tell the House whether the very detailed account of the report recently appearing in a London evening newspaper, by Mr. Des Wilson, was untrue and gave a misleading picture of the report; and, if it were not untrue, how can he tell the House that we have to wait until the report is published when it is clearly available to the Press?
Former MP for Greenwich
Entered the House of Commons on 8 October 1959 — General election
Left the House of Commons on 7 July 1971 — unknown
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