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‘Crackdown on party houses’

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A round-up of the headlines from the UK front pages

The government will crackdown on “nuisance Airbnb party houses”, says the Daily Mail. A new registration scheme for holiday lets will give local councils data to help make it easier to sort out short-term lets causing problems in their area, said the paper. The policy comes as part of a wider crackdown on anti-social behaviour.

The Times focuses on landlords being set to be able to evict tenants disruptive to neighbours, in rent arrears or who cause damage, within two weeks. The proposals were “among dozens promised by Rishi Sunak” in a plan to address increased public concerns about antisocial behaviour, it said.

Meanwhile, The Mirror reports on Only Fools and Horses actor Sir David Jason, who has found a daughter he never knew about after 52 years. He also discovered he has a grandson, too. The octogenarian actor tells the paper: “To say it was a surprise is an understatement.”

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