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That this House remains concerned about the problem of fuel poverty; notes that the Fuel Poverty Bill introduced by the hon. Member for Somerton and Frome did not get a Second Reading on 20 March 2009; further notes that the Government's objections were the absolutist nature of the Bill and its possible inconsistency with the Government's own home refurbishment plan as set out in the Heat and Energy Savings Strategy; believes, however, that these two objections have been overcome in the Fuel Poverty (No. 2) Bill introduced by a group of Labour hon. Members; calls upon the Government to support the Fuel Poverty (No. 2) Bill, which will help them to deliver not only on their manifesto pledges to end fuel poverty but also the provisions of their Heat and Energy Saving Strategy; and therefore hopes that the Bill will become law in the current Session of Parliament.
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