Well, I never expected to be king for a day. The polls didn’t predict it, and I was expecting to be in some form of regal coalition. But my young team of special advisors are keen and ideologically driven, and they tell me my policies are great and worthy. As King, I have been busy with other royal duties, so I apologise in advance for any unforeseen consequences of the policies I promised, but didn’t really expect to implement.
The Aspire Group’s deputy chief executive goes thirsty to deliver a new national housing strategy while still finding time to ban wasps.
The new chief executive of Longhurst Group sets forth on a royal crusade to introduce people-focused policies that benefit the whole of the UK, rather than just London.
The chief executive of Sustainable Homes embarks on as 24-hour mission to abolish the phrase ‘sustainable homes’ and create combined rent and fuel bills.
The no nonsense Bolton at Home chief executive explores his love of 1970s music, ‘The League of Gentleman’, Frank Worthington and very quiet holidays on remote islands.
The L&Q chief executive follows in the footsteps of William the Conqueror as he endeavours to sort out housing in ‘five easy steps’.
To mark 100 years since the start of the First World War, Jules Birch sends the key players from a very different crisis back in time for one final adventure.
The top housing comms consultant, St Helens fan and real ale lover puts tenants at the heart of his reign with new laws on scrutiny, credit unions and merger. He also has time to deal with a few personal irritations.
In a change from the usual format, we've given two tenants – one of a housing association (Rob) and one in the private rented sector (Fiona) – the opportunity to put the world to rights in 24 hours.
The SHOUT campaigner and chair of HACT uses his 24 hours as monarch to halt the erosion of the welfare state through proper investment in social housing, the NHS and education.