Registered On: January 3, 2014
Not his property anyway.
In theory he’s OUR (The British People) tenant. But to be fair it’s just another in a long line of refurbishments : –
1877 – hot and cold running water installed. The living quarters were renovated for Benjamin Disraeli – including a bath.
1894 – installation of electric lighting and first telephones. Following Disraeli’s departure William Gladstone redecorated the building and oversaw the installations.
1937 – first central heating.
1963 – A major period of renovation for the building, including a complete re-wiring.
Another example of political subterfuge me thinks!