TWO leadership rivals dangled radical football and housing policies in a last-ditch bid to woo the nation – ahead of the final round of voting today.
Footie fans will have the final say in how to run their own clubs under plans backed by Rishi Sunak, mentre Penny Mordaunt vowed to turn generation rent into generation buy with interest-free loans for deposits.
In a bid to pitch himself as a footie-mad man of the people, Tory frontrunner Mr Sunak promised to hand fans power over dodgy owners in a radical shake-up.
Supporters groups would get a “golden share” to give them a veto in key decisions, such as whether to sell a stadium, changes to the team’s name, colours and crest.
He told The Sun as he set out his pitch: “Football is part of the fabric of our culture.
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“The chants, colours, kits and scarves are at the heart of homes and communities across the country.”
“We must protect those traditions, ensuring that fans are at the heart of the beautiful game.”
Nel frattempo, Ms Mordaunt promised renters interest-free, government-backed loans for a chunk of their eye-watering deposits.
And she would force banks to take rent payments into account, to help people with poor credit scores get a mortgage.
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Her radical blueprint would see renters apply for a partial loan to top up their savings – but would have to pay it back within 36 mesi.
The high-risk move would put the taxpayer on the ropes by stumping up interest-free cash to renters who may not ever pay it back.
Ha detto al Sole: “Young people deserve the chance to own a home.
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“But right now the housing market and systems in place simply aren’t working for them.
“We have to change this – and fast.”