SOS – SACK OUR SQUIRE

Today CLASS WAR launches SACK OUR SQUIRE where we will be working with tenants of the New Era Estate to stand one of them against Squire Benyon in Newbury at the general election. As this is our idea not theirs we will need to raise the £500 asap to show our commitment and enable them to risk standing with danger of eviction if they stick their heads above the parapet.Thousands of SACK OUR SQUIRE stickers be handy as well for Hoxton.

You can donate today by Paypal on the CW website http://www.classwarparty.org.uk URGENT

ALL YOU LONG TERM LURKERS PRESS THE FUCKING DONATE BUTTTON

if YOU HAVE A FEUDAL SQUIRE LIKE BENYON THEN SACK OUR SQUIRE WILL HELP YOU STAND AND THROW OFF THE FEUDAL YOKE

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3 responses to “SOS – SACK OUR SQUIRE

  1. Look out, Blairs about

    “Mr Benyon has hit back at the story
    – describing it as a “highly
    politically motivated” article.
    Speaking to the Newbury Weekly
    News today (Mon), Mr Benyon said:
    “The article is very selective with the
    facts and it is highly politically
    motivated.

    “I am seeking legal advice so cannot
    comment any further.
    Mr Benyon is a director of his
    family’s Englefield Estate, which
    owns land across the country.”

    Mr Beynon is of course not “highly politically/financially motivated”!

    He’s got a lake, he’s got a moat…he’s
    a fkwit Tory, watch him float!

  2. Dora Kaplan

    Maybe somebody can get this information to the tenants? It might be something people already know, but it’s worth checking:
    Anybody who moved in before January 1989 is more than likely a protected/regulated tenant with some fairly hefty rights. They can demand a ‘fair rent’ from the landlord and cannot be evicted.

    Tenants who moved in before 1997 are probably Assured tenants. Even if the Landlord insists they are not. Check the paperwork. If the Landlord did not issue a section 20 notice you are probbably an assured tenant. Assured tenants have some additional rights, and can appeal to rent tribunal if their rent is raised. Don’t take the landlord’s word for anything.

    The main thing is NOT TO SIGN ANY NEW AGREEMENT with the landlord, and to check your tenancy status with Shelter or another advice agency.

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