Yesterday was international women’s day. Here is a classic example of institutional discrimination.
My son and I have come to Cambridge for a few days and are staying in one of the Colleges. The accommodations was booked and paid for by me and my son is clearly shown as ‘guest’ on the booking form.
However, his name was written on all the booking paperwork prepared by the college (female!) staff including on BOTH key folders!
I was not cross about it but it did prompt a wry smile. Particularly as it was International Women’s day.
But enough of that – what happened on the blog last week?
David Smith from Anthony Gold Solicitors writes about the implication of this decision
Freelance Enforcement Officer, Ben Reeve Lewis gives his view on the wake of the Right to Rent challenge
The first in a short series looking at what’s on offer at this year’s Landlord Law Conference
A landlord used my ‘Blog Clinic Fast Track Service‘ to get his question answered quickly
More highlights from the housing news this week
The Landlord Law News Blog
- Landlords fear that human habitation act may drive vexatious court claims
- Labour would force UK landlords to offer indefinite tenancies
- Patrick Collinson in the Guardian has some thoughts about taxing the rich
- A useful roundup from Nearly Legal of things to respond to
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