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Living Accommodation (Evictions)

Volume 439: debated on Monday 7 July 1947

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29.

asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs in how many cases British women married to Germans have been evicted from their homes in Germany to satisfy British requirements for accommodation; and what alternative accommodation is made available.

I regret that the information required in the first part of the Question is not available. The answer to the second part of the Question is that the German authorities are responsible for finding alternative accommodation as they are for all evicted German persons, but the British authorities give special consideration when the British birth of a woman is brought to their notice.