So after going through the interview process and getting to the end for a well paying job willing to train somone up, it came with a last minute caveat:
They needed to do a 4 hour commute for 2 days a week.
No mention of this at any point before now.
Had to turn it down.
Really fucking angry I had to put myself through all that stress and worry and getting my hopes up.
Particularly because it's a tech job. There's no fucking reason in this day and age it can't be done remotely.
Phew. That was intense. If I don't get the job it will be purely down to the programming test.
"We know that the landlord lobby will be organising to fill out this consultation, so it’s really important tenants fill it in too, to help get it into law and make it as tenant friendly as possible."
I received this email from the Acorn tenants' union, it's relevant for renters in England:
"The government is running a consultation about introducing a decent homes standard for the private rented sector in England!
Bringing in this standard will improve conditions for millions of households, and will mean that landlords [...] have to make their properties safe, [...] free from disrepair, have reasonable facilities and be a comfortable temperature."
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