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I am sorry to hear about your situation.
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The general rule is if you wish to end your tenancy before the end of the fixed term you will be liable for the rent up until the end of the fixed term and the landlord's reasonable costs in finding a replacement.
That said there are alternative ways to end the tenancy earlier than the date proposed.
You can do this by exercising a breakclause if you have one, therefore check your contract.
You can negotiate with the landlord by either offering your deposit or notifying the landlord you will find someone to replace you.
Another point to note with regards ***** ***** £90pcm, is I suggest you challenge the landlord on the basis he should explain how he is suffering such a loss as a result of the early termination. I say this because the permitted fees can only cover loss incurred by your landlord or your agent’s reasonable costs.
I hope i have clarified the position, if not please let me know.
Thanks and stay safe.