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Volume 481: debated on Thursday 30 November 1950

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asked the Minister of Health how many houses in Liverpool are classified by the Liverpool Medical Officer of Health as being unfit for human habitation; and if he will augment the allocation, to enable Liverpool to deal specially with this problem.

The answer to the first part of the Question is, as I understand, 27,328. As regards the second part, the Corporation's allocations include houses for this purpose, and I understand that they assign a definite proportion of their houses for letting to families in unfit dwellings.