§ 20. Mr. Donnelly
asked the Minister of Housing and Local Government and Minister for Welsh Affairs if he will introduce legislation to amend the law relating to leaseholds.
§ Mr. Donnelly
Why not? Does the right hon. Gentleman seriously expect the House to believe that at least the Government are united on one topic?
My predecessor undertook to consider the letters of complaints which came in. He invited them and forty-nine such letters were received. They are being studied with the advice of the valuers, but I have nothing more to add to my reply.
§ Mr. G. Thomas
Is the Minister aware that I like the words "at present" in his reply and that if he wants letters concerning the leasehold system from Wales I can arrange for him to have them by the thousand?
§ Mr. M. Foot
Can the right hon. Gentleman offer any single piece of evidence that on this subject or any other his policy is still not being run by his predecessor?
It is for the hon. Member with his well-known standards of fairness to arrive at his own conclusion.