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    if all Landlords have to pay for insurance, then...

    if all Landlords have to pay for insurance, then it ends up on the rent one way or another IMO because there is a shortfall (as I understand it) so Landlord's costs across the board will be a major...
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    another cost to add to the rent .... I'd add...

    another cost to add to the rent ....

    I'd add that I've never been a landlord by the way ! But I've had involvement in rentals and indeed evictions in various roles
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    its not quite that simple though and the damage...

    its not quite that simple though and the damage that some do in the meantime (while more unpaid rent accrues) can be eye watering

    seen both sides of all this, with various hats on !
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    may be about to change, with the abolition of s21...

    may be about to change, with the abolition of s21 notices

    https://www.theguardian.com/society/2019/apr/15/short-notice-evictions-face-axe-in-tenant-rights-victory
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    Water certainly can penetrate across a cavity....

    Water certainly can penetrate across a cavity. Poorly installed ties, debris, mortar snots, cavity wall insulation - all of these can have this effect.
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