As the COVID-19 crisis starts to bite, thousands of people are already being laid off, made redundant and in some cases, even getting sacked for phoning in sick. Many of these are precarious workers who had little in the way of employment protection and rights in the first place. Also, many are renters. If landlords think they can get away with a ‘business as normal’ approach as this crisis escalates, evicting tenants who fall behind with the rent because they have no work, they’re going to be in for a shock. There’s a growing mood of anger at the way people are being thrown under the bus in this crisis. Suffice to say, at some point, the lid is going to blow on this situation…