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location location location parliament's might have to temporarily change and independent reporters outlining options refer xing the palace of westminster one envisages a six year look out from the house of commons and lou holtz well almost four billion pounds of renovation work is done if employees work to stay put it's estimated the cost could exceed five and a half billion and take more than three decades , if people think british politics is seen better days its home isn't faring much better the one hundred fifty year old building is partly sinking , italians and specials and has electrical wiring in need of repair a makeover could also be in the cards for big band will lift to take people up to the top employees and luisa six i have to vote to one of three options before anything is fixed , but expect extensive political wrangling to come first , i think you're going to be completely pragmatic impractical whatever is the most sensible solution to preserving you know the historic heritage that we have not just for us not just for the sake of n. p. z. where carol members of the house of lords or the start but just for the country , because it's such an iconic building , second world will bomb damage was to blame the last time parliament was forced out of his home , it seems even westminster itself confiscate the wear and tear of political life