HC Deb 11 March 1926 vol 192 c2586

asked the Minister of Health who was responsible for having turned out of his house in Worcester, Christopher Wyatt, who was found dead in Perry Wood, near Worcester, after some weeks of living exposed to the snow and rain, and who was declared by the coroner to have died of starvation accelerated by exposure, and why, if the house he had been living in was condemned, provision was not made for alternative accommodation for him when he was forced to leave it?


I have no information in regard to the matter referred to by the right hon. Member, but I will have inquiries made.