I used to like him, but his comments about not being at fault, nobody able to predict it and the constant
failing of the their own inflation predictions has turned me off him.
The attitude is too relaxed, like a man advising the house is on fire but probably nobody is home so it's
not a big deal. Plus the constant " lessons learned" which he was doing back in 2005,06,07,08,09 , there
is a limit to referring to your own mistakes while offering at the same time a calm vision of the future.
Still he does give it 20 years until the next peak.
Perhaps he is just making the same mistake he's made before, overplaying the stability and
glossing over the collapse of the UK.