Property price growth slows for third straight month – LandLord News

The latest research from Nationwide has shown that UK property prices have fallen for the third consecutive month – the first time this has happened since 2009.

Property price growth slows for third straight month – LandLord News

UK property owners are at last worried about Brexit and the economic downside.

Theresa May thought that she would call a snap election before the economic bad news hit the fan. Unfortunately, the fans have been busy in May’s disastrous election campaign.

Those that were campaigning for Brexit have taken to the hills and now the British public are facing the consequences. Most home-owners now know that under Theresa May’s leadership the Brexit negotiations are going to hurt their economic well-being big time.

So how should home owners vote?




Opinion – What’s gone wrong with the Conservative campaign? George Eaton – New Statesman – John Gelmini

Conservative Party (UK)

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What’s wrong with the Conservative election campaign is that :

  1. Mrs May shouldn’t have called the general election in the first place.
  2.  Mrs May is boring, uninspiring and tends to vacillate under pressure or hostile questioning.
  3.   People are not happy to be told that foreign aid is to remain sacrosanct whilst pensions and Adult Social Care are to be the subject to “difficult choices”.
  4. Mrs May has not subjected Jeremy Corbyn’s Manifesto and promises to proper costings or risk analysis so the less intelligent members of the public imagine that “Christmas has come early” for them.
  5. May’s ministers are equally lacklustre and her propensity for U Turns makes people see her as less than competent.

Dr Alf should enjoy his time in the UK but this general election is as dull as dishwater and likely to result in people getting even more fed up with politicians in general and with Mrs May in particular. I see her shelf life as very short as she lacks the mental toughness to “go the distance” or deliver or negotiate Brexit or fix the NHS.

Conservatives should vote for her but not with a big majority, thus triggering the 1922 Committee into action to remove and replace May with someone who is up to the challenge.

John Gelmini