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Keeping no-fault evictions would betray private renters

12 October 2022

12:08 AM

12 October 2022

12:08 AM

How many U-turns can a government perform before it starts spinning out of control? Liz Truss is reportedly considering yet another change of heart over existing policy: this time over plans to end no-fault evictions.

In the month or so Truss has been Prime Minister, she’s U-turned on a key Treasury appointment and scrapping the 45p rate of tax. One

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