Category: Blog – Politics
So long, and thanks for all the lunches.
This comes as Theresa May announced she would resign as Prime Minister on Friday 7 May.
Philip Hammond’s Budget on 22 November is an opportunity for the government to press the reset button on the relationship between the state and an increasingly significant private rental sector.
I truly hope that reports that Prime Minister Theresa May is not ruling out a transition deal that would avoid a ‘cliff edge’ for British businesses are correct.
The pace of new investment has certainly slowed. And that’s a big worry.
What has the latest cut achieved anyway?
What we don’t need right now is the sort of negative speculation that I have seen in the press about the UK economy failing and ‘juddering to a halt’.
Shares in Italy’s biggest banks have fallen by as much as half since April, and this has been intensified by the Brexit vote. There’s certainly a worry that some Italian banks may go bust.
It’s the reality of an interest rate cut that concerns me.
London is in need of decent, affordable homes to rent