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War Office Employés, Hereford
29 June 1922
Volume 155
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asked the Minister of Health whether his attention has been darwn to the fact that an employé of the No. 14 National Filling Factory, Rother-was, Hereford, is living in a house unfit for human habitation, and which cannot be made fit without it is first, vacated, and that within a mile of this cottage is an empty guard-room belonging to the War Office, which is in effect a good bungalow dwelling; and whether he will use his influence with the War Office to secure the necessary steps being taken to allow this guard-room and other buildings belonging to the War Office, and which are not at present occupied, being used to house the War Office employés, and so in some way relieve the pressure for houses in the rural district of Herefordshire?

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I am communicating with the War Office with regard to this matter, and will inform the hon. Member of the result.