What does a Hung Parliament mean for Landlords?

What does a Hung Parliament mean for Landlords?

6:47 AM, 9th June 2017, About 5 years ago 145

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It is official the 2017 General election will be a Hung Parliament.

What Does this mean for Landlords?

With the two major parties both being Anti-Landlord could this be a Good thing?

Will any new minority Conservative or Coalition Government find it difficult to implement further new Anti-Landlord agendas?

What would potentially a Softer Brexit mean and possibly retaining some form of Freedom of movement?

We wait to see in the coming hours days and months, but what do readers think?

Property118 Poll Got It Right – AGAIN!

Below are the final results from our election Poll.

I believe this clearly demonstrates that landlords who read Property118 are representative of the whole of society, which is very different to the way media try to pigeon hole us.

Below are the actual election results



Comments

by Appalled Landlord

12:58 PM, 29th June 2017, About 5 years ago

This is beyond satire.

I thought it must have been an old April Fools’ day article in the FT, but it’s in today’s online paper. It’s also in the Telegraph where you can express your preference as to whether you would like to be taught Economics by Gideon, by Corbyn or by Angelina Jolie.
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/06/29/george-osborne-picks-sixth-job-professor-university-manchester/

by Dr Rosalind Beck

13:00 PM, 29th June 2017, About 5 years ago

Reply to the comment left by "Appalled Landlord" at "29/06/2017 - 12:58":

You should put yourself forward instead, AL. You are eminently more qualified than that clown,

by Whiteskifreak Surrey

13:11 PM, 29th June 2017, About 5 years ago

Reply to the comment left by "Appalled Landlord" at "29/06/2017 - 12:58":

Angelina Jollie is currently leading, but Gidiot only 1% behind her.
I really do not have words to describe what I feel. I hope there will be no economy students at Manchester Uni. They will be idiots themselves to chose to attend GO's lectures.
It is just disgusting.

by Gary Dully

2:01 AM, 3rd July 2017, About 5 years ago

Reply to the comment left by "Appalled Landlord" at "29/06/2017 - 12:58":

How about nominating the Chuckle Brothers?

by Neil Patterson

14:55 PM, 7th July 2017, About 5 years ago

On Question Time last night (nearly halfway in) Jacob Rees-Mogg Member of Parliament for North East Somerset advocated reducing the Foreign Aid budget - and he said the money saved should specifically be put into housing.

Do any readers live in his constituency and would you be able to write to him to ascertain his position on Section 24?

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