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Hove MP Mike Weatherley‘s campaign against squatters has led to him engaging in a clash with dozens of lawyers.
The Conservative MP has led a campaign against squatting since winning election in May 2010 and has highlighted the problems faced by home owners in his constituency that have been targeted by squatters.
The focus of Mr Weatherley’s campaign has been to call for all forms of squatting to be criminalised, but this has led to a response from 160 lawyers in a letter to The Guardian, which cited the MPs campaigning as having delivered “misleading statements” that have “furthered the myths being peddled around squatting”.
The lawyers state it is legally incorrect to say that ‘squatters who refuse to leave someone’s home are not committing a criminal offence and that a change in the law is needed to rectify this situation’.
However, Mr Weatherley has written back with venom, saying: “The self-proclaimed experts who signed the letter, sheep-like, have a huge vested interest when it comes to fees after all.”
In response to the lawyers highlighting ‘police can arrest any trespasser who refuses to leave’ and ‘home owners can use reasonable force to remove the trespassers’, Mr Weatherley said: “These lawyers also have a huge gap in their practical knowledge if they think an average person is physically equipped to take on a gang of squatters.”
In his letter, he added: “The police will not assist with an eviction in most cases without the backing of a magistrate’s order. This takes sometimes a few hours, sometimes it’s the next day. In the meantime, the unlawful occupiers will have been damaging your home, using your electricity, drinking your wine and sleeping in your beds. The police should be able to act immediately.”
Reflecting on the debate, the Hove MP added: “I’m more than happy to draw attention to the feelings of those with different opinions to me, even if I strongly disagree with them. For the best possible solution to emerge, we need to hear both sides of the debate. I speak to both squatters and homeowners as often as I can yet I still can’t see how anything but a change in the law is the way forward.
“We have a huge homeless problem in my own constituency yet a typical squatter is not the same sort of person as a typical homeless individual. I have even met several seemingly wealthy squatters. We must help the homeless more than we currently do but homeowners should not be forgotten either.
“I simply feel that when the squatters move in, there should be no question about removal being anything but immediate. This is why I have been campaigning for a change so vigorously.”