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Starlings (Fouling Of Buildings)

Volume 480: debated on Thursday 9 November 1950

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106.

asked the Minister of Health what steps he proposes to take to prevent the fouling of buildings in London and elsewhere due to the large number of starlings which come into towns from the country every night.

Any nuisance from this cause within the meaning of the Public Health Acts is a matter for the local authority in the first instance.