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Local Mp And Tenancy Law

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Just bumped into my mp, lib dem, who is interested in what I have to say about tenancy law. He says a colleague is looking into how its not good for us. Will tell him when we're re settled.

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My response would have been, "What is the good of telling you, your party don't stick to election promises and you are now facing election oblivion because of this."

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Give them a break. I agree they reneged on tuition fees, which was a mistake, though might have been a concession ton far for cameron But everything else is tory government, think ourselves lucky we can get any libdem policies!

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Give them a break. I agree they reneged on tuition fees, which was a mistake, though might have been a concession ton far for cameron

Except that the LDs had already negotiated it as a concession.

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My response would have been, "What is the good of telling you, your party don't stick to election promises and you are now facing election oblivion because of this."

People just don't get the concept of coalitions in this country do they?

The Limp/Dums didn't win, therefore they are unable to implement all of their policies, only a small subset of them, which is surely better than never being able to implement them at all?

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People just don't get the concept of coalitions in this country do they?

The Limp/Dums didn't win, therefore they are unable to implement all of their policies, only a small subset of them, which is surely better than never being able to implement them at all?

Quite.. took me a while to understand why there was so much bad feeling towards Nick Clegg. Lucky for Labour/Tories that the entire university age demographic hold the Libdems responsible for tuition fees. Laughable when you consider it was Labour who introduced them and the Tories who just pushed to have them bumped up!

Funny old world.

Topher.. let us know what he tells you. Tenants in this country get a relatively bad deal and if people are going to play at being landlords it wouldn't hurt for them to take on a bit of responsibility and provide stability. They should outlaw/modify the sword of Damocles (section 21) for a start. No landlord should ever be able to legally kick you out at zero notice after you have been reliably paying rent for years.

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