Why? Why now? I mean, for the love of God, Theresa, why call a general election now? I mean – I know why. The Conservatives are miles ahead in the polls (because Labour is currently headed by some old geography teacher offcuts from the Seventies that someone thought would be lolz to put a baseball cap on and have stand for the leadership two years ago) and want to turn that into a massive parliamentary majority.
Worryingly, research published by Property Week has shown that repeat tests can sometimes bring unexpected results – for example, 19% of properties that had previously been rated ‘E’ were rated either ‘F’ or ‘G’ when retested. Once they understand the full extent of the potential MEES implications applicable to their property portfolio, landlords should consider whether it would be worthwhile investing to bring properties up to standard.
So, a general election is soon to be upon us, and already it has brought so much joy. Well, some joy. Okay, one tiny scrap of joy; namely, the tweet by James Martin (@pundamentalism) that ran in its exceptionally pleasing entirety - “AprilMay: ‘June’”. Superb work. Let us hug it tightly to our breasts as we brace ourselves for campaign launch. And, whatever our political affiliations, perhaps try and maintain some compathy with others.