Anonymous | 23/09/2010 9:09 am
but sainsbury's customer is they do not like howtheir money is used, either on high pay for ceos or the way the business is run, they go elsewhere. And that has been done, when customers of retailers boycotted product coming from exploiting thrid world country workers to great effect.
Tenants cannot boycott in the same way and switch landlord at their will, so they do not have the same power of customers at siansbury's to withdraw their custom.
Where is your logic of making tenants and sainsbury customers equal?
Apart from all this, it is very ironical that siansbury's and similar with al ltheri private money to do what they like seem to listen and care and provide greatly higher satisfaction to their customers than social landlords getting pubblic money and one would think would feel more responsible with it.