“My Lords, does my noble friend accept that our policy on homeless families impacts greatly on those who are waiting on the list? Is she aware that about 25,000 families are on the waiting list in east London? What does her department intend to do about the new housing to be built on the Olympic site to address the need for family housing?”
Given the recent revelation that she has defrauded the taxpayer of £100,000 by pretending that an EMPTY flat was her main residence, she could have at least not been a hypocrite and let her flat to one of the deserving 25,000.
Pola Uddin has been shortlisted for "Peer of the Year" by the "Women in Public Life Awards" The blurb says,
"Baroness Uddin hosts outreach events across the UK to encourage women, particularly women from ethnic minority communities to step forward and stand for local election."
And then, presumably to be in a strong position to steal from the public purse.
This miserable excuse for a public servant should be publicly flogged. Of course, this will not happen. Neither will she be imprisoned. The Government has a way of fixing things. Especially if the Peers involved are from ethnic minorities.