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agree

although they may go about it differently - e.g. wouldn't be surprised if the Tories bring back MIRAS

My bet would be they allow residential property in SIPPS.

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Labour throws everything at ending the recession by years end, and succeed. (printy printy)

House prices start rising firmly by next spring.

Unemployment falls slow to a trickle.

Labour says "Look, we averted a depression, and saved the world from calamity"

Tories win anyway, but closer than we expect.

Tories don't then have the balls to plunge the country back into recession, and cop the blame for it. (poisoned chalice)

Just my opinion. (But almost guaranteed to happen anyway)

Almost. House price declines slow down. Tories get 35 seat majority. Public spending slashed, but BOE policy continued. Inflation kicks in, but without rising wages. House price declines accelerate, ending up with 40% off by 2012. UK goes KABOOM! Labour back in by 2015.

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Labour throws everything at ending the recession by years end, and succeed. (printy printy)

House prices start rising firmly by next spring.

Unemployment falls slow to a trickle.

Labour says "Look, we averted a depression, and saved the world from calamity"

Tories win anyway, but closer than we expect.

Tories don't then have the balls to plunge the country back into recession, and cop the blame for it. (poisoned chalice)

Just my opinion. (But almost guaranteed to happen anyway)

Studio flats rise to £1m+ by 2012 despite average incomes falling.

Right, I'm off to feed the unicorns.

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