RE: Response from Jackie Doyle-Price MP - p.3

[Updated on 14th July 2018]

Jackie Doyle-Price MP to Sophia Davenport (EAPA initiative):

Not all properties are equally suitable for families with pets.

Sophia Davenport (EAPA initiative) to Jackie Doyle-Price MP via Grant Shapps:

Can you please ask the Representative of the Government who issued the Observation (Jackie Doyle-Price MP) to clarify in which circumstances properties are classified as not suitable for families that include pets?  Also, how many of the properties currently on the market meet such criteria exactly (so are not suitable for families that include pets)?  

Jackie Doyle-Price MP to Sophia Davenport (EAPA initiative):

NO response to the question instead as follows:

I note Ms Davenport’s continuing concerns about this matter. However, I should first make it clear that the Department of Health and Social Care and its ministers cannot comment in detail on matters that fall outside of their remits.

Sophia Davenport (EAPA initiative) to Jackie Doyle-Price MP:

It appears that Jackie Doyle-Price MP brought into the discussion the suitability of properties and business risk as justification for her decision to brush-off EAPA, yet when challenged and asked for actual data, she delegates the responsibility away from her office. It is a “computer says No mechanism”, in my view it is unacceptable and disrespectful to people’s tragedies. To paraphrase Jackie Doyle-Price MP’s response: “No, because based on my knowledge there is A and B, but actually I am not sure what A and B are, as it is beyond scope of my role.”.

Not supporting the EAPA initiative means not only not responding to the opportunity to save lives and prevent tragedies, but it is actually promoting a status quo that causes people tragedies and in fact it triggers suicides as it leaves vulnerable people exposed to an impossible choice to become homeless or give up on their family and their purpose to be alive. It is sending a message to our nation and teaches our children that it is ok to consider other living creatures as a burden and disregard compassion over business profitability.

Jackie Doyle-Price MP says, “the Government would not seek to intervene in commercial decisions”, regardless of the social justice and regardless of human life and human tragedies. If all governments assume such an attitude, there would be no NHS, children would work in coal mines from the age of 10 and slavery would still be acceptable.

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