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Nurses (Eviction)

Volume 84: debated on Tuesday 22 October 1985

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asked the Secretary of State for Social Services if he will list in the Official Report the number of nurses who are being evicted from accommodation because of property sales and the addresses of these properties, together with the hospitals for which the nurses work, in each of the four regional health authorities serving London.

No nurses have been so evicted. Staff who are no longer to be offered accommodation will either have the chance to buy at a discount the property they currently live in, or be given at least a year to make alternative arrangements.