Tory Landslide – Landlord Reactions

by Property 118

7:23 AM, 13th December 2019
About 4 months ago

Tory Landslide – Landlord Reactions

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Tory Landslide – Landlord Reactions

The Conservative Party have now won a majority in Westminster with over 364 seats and counting ensuring, barring disaster, a Tory government for the next 5 years.

The country appears to have voted in line with the vast majority of landlord sentiment favouring the conservatives and rejecting the far left socialism of Jeremy Corbyn and Momentum’s radical Labour party.

Is this a positive affirmation for Tory policies and the popularity of Boris Johnson, merely a rejection of Corbyn, a vote for the least worst option or simply a Brexit election?

How positive or not are landlords waking up and feeling this morning?

Is it just a relief?

With the backing of voters and MPs for the next Parliament will Boris Johnson no longer feel the pressure to attack landlords?

Let your peers know your thoughts on what just happened.



Comments

Dennis Leverett

15:10 PM, 21st December 2019
About 3 months ago

Reply to the comment left by Jed Hardy at 21/12/2019 - 12:23
No, statistically 53% did not vote for Boris for all manner of reasons not just his policies, I had Socialism drummed into me as a child from my Father and my older brother was a communist, as the case with many Labour voters but finally some have seen the reality of todays ways.

philip allen

17:09 PM, 22nd December 2019
About 3 months ago

Reply to the comment left by Whiteskifreak Surrey at 16/12/2019 - 17:25
You can remain in the EU. There are 27 countries to choose from. Why choose to stay in a country that doesn't want you?

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