Michael Gove vows to shake up banking rules for young borrowers and help save ‘boomerang generation’

Michael Gove has vowed to shake up banking rules to help adults still living in their parents’ homes gain a foothold on the property ladder.

Revealing plans to force lenders to be more generous to young borrowers, the Levelling Up Secretary evoked the 1980s sitcom Sorry!, in which Ronnie Corbett played a middle-aged man still living with his mother and father. 

Writing in today’s Mail on Sunday, Mr Gove said a situation that was once played for laughs has become a sad reality for many.


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