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  1. We are on the precipice of another major global financial crisis of epic proportions and asset price bubbles all across the world, including the UK property bubble, are extremely vulnerable. As the crisis worsens in the next few month the London property bubble - as one of the most over inflated property bubbles on the entire globe - will finally implode with some major implication to the UK property market as a whole. The signs of a global economy reaching the tipping point are becoming louder, more frequent and more severe: * commodities have plummeted to lows not seen since 2002 * global
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