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Housing Minister Hasn't Had Any Official Meetings With Cameron

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Neither the Prime Minister nor the chancellor of the exchequer have had any official contact with the housing minister since he took up his position in May, Mortgage Strategy can reveal.

The housing sector was dealt a blow in May when it emerged that Shapps would not have a seat in the Cabinet as part of the coalition government, despite his predecessor Yvette Cooper having a place in it under Labour.

A Freedom of Information request to the Department for Communities and Local Government made by Mortgage Strategy reveals that no official meetings have taken.

http://www.mortgagestrategy.co.uk/latest-news/housing-minister-hasnt-had-any-official-meetings-with-cameron/1015439.article

Not a priority then!

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How long does it take "DC" or "Ozzy" shout down the phone line....."Hey, F*ck them".

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Mike

About the same amount of time it has taken them to make all their other austerity plans. :rolleyes:

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Neither the Prime Minister nor the chancellor of the exchequer have had any official contact with the housing minister since he took up his position in May, Mortgage Strategy can reveal.

The housing sector was dealt a blow in May when it emerged that Shapps would not have a seat in the Cabinet as part of the coalition government, despite his predecessor Yvette Cooper having a place in it under Labour.

A Freedom of Information request to the Department for Communities and Local Government made by Mortgage Strategy reveals that no official meetings have taken.

http://www.mortgagestrategy.co.uk/latest-news/housing-minister-hasnt-had-any-official-meetings-with-cameron/1015439.article

Not a priority then!

Is that a good sign, or a bad sign? House prices are not a priority? Are not a concern, and will not be propped up?

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