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Job Seeker's Allowance (24 Oct 1994)

Gerry Sutcliffe: When making such a statement, is not the Minister embarrassed at the scale of the piecemeal effect that it will have? In areas such as my constituency, we must create 1,000 jobs a year just to stand still. This is only a small measure. When will the Government start to consider the need for full employment and how will the measure create that employment on its own? People want real jobs and...

Social Housing (18 Jul 1994)

Gerry Sutcliffe: Will the Minister tell me and the 9,000 people in Bradford who want housing how many of them will be rehoused as a result of today's statement? Is not the truth that the forward-thinking local authorities that the right hon. Gentleman mentioned today have considered the whole picture of housing— housing need and the need for houses — whereas the statement concentrates on one aspect? To...

Orders of the Day — Section 11 Funding (Bradford) (5 Jul 1994)

Gerry Sutcliffe: There is cross-party recognition that the loss of section 11 funding is turning the Government's policies on their head. Section 11 funding has been successful in respect of nursery education. This evening, we are concentrating on Bradford because it suffered the double blow of losing SSA support for ethnicity. Funding must be continued. Bradford's bid was reduced from five years to three,...

Opposition Day: Housing and Urban Policies (29 Jun 1994)

Gerry Sutcliffe: Thank you, Madam Deputy Speaker, for allowing me to speak in this debate. The by-election in Bradford, South was caused by the tragic death of Bob Cryer, to whom many tributes have already been paid. Tonight, I should like to add my own. Bob became a national figure here and was respected as a good constituency Member, fighting for the people of Bradford, South and brilliantly using his...

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