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Housing and Regeneration Bill (28 Apr 2008)

Baroness Billingham: My Lords, the Government are indeed to be congratulated on the Bill as a way to make homes more affordable and available. It is long overdue and will bring fairness back into the housing pool. Social housing is essential to satisfy the needs of poorer people in our communities and the Bill deals comprehensively with that issue. The Homes and Communities Agency follows in the footsteps of the...

Deportations (Zimbabwe) (7 Feb 2007)

Boris Johnson: As I was saying, I am grateful to Mr. Speaker for granting this debate on a matter that is of fantastic importance. What seems to have happened is that a nightmare in Zimbabwe has produced administrative and moral chaos in the Home Office. Letters have been sent to people threatening them with deportation when they cannot possibly mean that. We have in this country hundreds of thousands of...

Railways Bill (4 Apr 2005)

Lord Berkeley: My Lords, I also support the amendment and the remarks made by the noble Lord, Lord Bradshaw. Following on from my noble friend's comments in response to the previous amendment, this covers in effect the content of what might be called the high-level output statement which will form part of the strategy. Like the noble Lord, Lord Bradshaw, by the time we reach heading (j) we are into a fair...

Licensing Bill [HL] (27 Feb 2003)

Baroness Buscombe: My Lords, Clause 105 contains restrictions on the number of events that can be held by any one person or in respect of any one premises. If the person holding the event has a personal licence, he or she can hold 50 events in a year. If the person holding the event does not hold a personal licence, the number of events is restricted to five a year. In the case of a particular premises, there...

Licensing Bill [HL] (26 Nov 2002)

Baroness Buscombe: My Lords, I would like to begin by offering my sympathy to the noble Baroness, Lady Blackstone, for the loss of her voice. I hope that she finds it soon. We support more liberal licensing laws and genuine deregulation. We believe that change in our licensing laws, which date back to the Licensing Act 1964, is long overdue. There has been a significant shift in our culture which, in turn, has...

Oral Answers to Questions — Housing: Sewage Disposal, Goring-on-Thames (16 Mar 1950)

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