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Take one general public who's attitude to property is as it was in 2007

Add in a smattering of government owned banks once again offering 5X multiples of salary

Mix with an artificially low interest rate

A measure of media property ramping

A dose of quantitative easing

One prime minister desperate to cling to power

The largest public debt you can find

A pinch of post credit crunch "isn't this what got us here in the first place?"

Bake for five months over the Spring and Summer

What do you get?

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