§ 44. Mr. BROMLEY
asked the Minister of Health whether his attention has been drawn to the case of a certain tenant in Med way Street, "Westminster, on the estate of the Doxford Estates Company, whose house being rendered unsafe by neighbouring building operations was practically uninhabitable; whether he is aware that this tenant has now been compensated for removal, all her expenses reimbursed, and a written guarantee given that she will be treated in all respects as if she were in a rent-restricted house: and whether he will introduce legislation to secure to tenants so situated as a matter of right the advantages given by the landlord in this particular case after friendly negotiations and as an act of grace?
I have no information with regard to this case. I cannot undertake to introduce general legislation on the lines suggested.
§ Mr. BROMLEY
Will the right hon. Gentleman say whether he is in sympathy with the text of the question?