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Burglary Bill Killed By Tory No-Show

Friday, March 18, 2005

Michael Howard was facing embarrassment after a no show by his own MPs effectively killed off a Tory bill to clamp down on burglars. The Householder Protection Bill aimed to give stronger legal protection to homeowners who retaliate against intruders.

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