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Country Hizes Rise As Bonus Culture Resumes

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Prices rise for prime south-east houses

By Daniel "Danny" Thomas, Property Correspondent

Published: July 4 2009 00:02 | Last updated: July 4 2009 00:02

The value of prime country homes has begun to rise again in the home counties as the return of bonuses is again inspiring confidence in typical buyers among City financial institutions.

Back to normal after Brown's public cash bail out.

Corruption in the business sector is too ingrained to be weeded out and with a corrupt Parliament* purporting to exercise oversight there is little hope of anything chnaging. The market will win the day--and that day of reckoning is very soon.

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* http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2009/ju...rms-white-paper

Darling rules out radical changes in City white paper

• Chancellor rejects caps on pay or break-up of banks

• Lib Dems say plans mark return to business as usual

Chancellor Alistair Darling

Alistair Darling: defended system of regulation involving the Treasury, Bank of England and Financial Services Authority as he delivered his banking reform white paper to the House of Commons. Photograph: PA

Alistair Darling stepped back today from a radical overhaul of Britain's banks when he ruled out caps on bankers' pay or breaking up the biggest City institutions.

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