‘Cladding victims shouldn’t pay a penny’: Michael Gove aims to scrap need for leaseholders to foot bill for making fire-trap homes safe

Leaseholders should not have to pay a penny towards the cost of replacing fire-risk cladding, Michael Gove said last night in an apparent major concession. The recently appointed Housing Secretary said he was looking at scrapping the requirement for thousands of leaseholders to take out loans to pay for […]

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