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  1. Have you seen this SpyGuy?
  3. Scrap the BoE says Adam Smith Institute After a century of boom and bust, and 'free banking' system before was far more stable. Well Haldane said he can't wait to be replaced by a bot. Let the algo's rule!
  5. (Note that he is hoping to be the Conservative London Mayoral Candidate).
  6. Happy New Year fellow HPCers!
  7. The original article by Victoria Borwick, BoJo's deputy;
  11. Strangely, posted on the BBC news page. The housing market revival is dead now. No one in their right mind will buy now.
  12. Candy warns the luxury property sweet spot could soon turn sour One of Britain’s best-known property developers has warned that the bottom could fall out of the market for the kind of super-luxurious and super-expensive apartments favoured by tycoons and oligarchs. Nick Candy, the chief executive of Candy & Candy, said that the rush to develop high-end luxury flats in London could lead to an oversupply that, in turn, could hit values.