Housing - Immigration

- Monday, 5th December 2005

 

Type: Written Parliamentary Question (WPQ)
Date of Answer: 05.12.2005
Column References: 440 c966W
Member Tabling Question: Lilley, Peter
Topic: Housing (Immigration)
Question: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department what discussions he has had with the Deputy Prime Minister on the impact of the current level of net immigration on demand for housing.
Answering Department: Home Office
Member Answering Question: McNulty, Tony
Answer: The Home Office works across Government to ensure that immigration policy works to the benefit of the United Kingdom. This has included discussions, both at ministerial and official level, with the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister.
Question Number: 33823
Date Tabled: 29.11.2005
Date for Answer: 05.12.2005
Legislature: House of Commons (HoC)
Chamber/Committee: Commons Chamber
Status: Answered
Session: 05-06

 

 

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