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Uk Recovery 'to Take Five Years'

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But, but, you said house prices had bottomed out yesterday and everything

was going to be ok...................

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/business/8162217.stm

Unemployment rising , longer recession than predicted

(although my personal opinion is we will never get back

to where we were 2 years ago, this is an L shaped recession

with a shift of wealth and living standards to the east)....

But your house is still worth quarter of million pounds

no one can afford to buy it though but don't worry about

that you're all rich!!!!!!!!!

ALL HAIL THE RECOVEREH ;):( :angry: :blink::unsure:

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But, but, you said house prices had bottomed out yesterday and everything

was going to be ok...................

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/business/8162217.stm

Unemployment rising , longer recession than predicted

(although my personal opinion is we will never get back

to where we were 2 years ago, this is an L shaped recession

with a shift of wealth and living standards to the east)....

But your house is still worth quarter of million pounds

no one can afford to buy it though but don't worry about

that you're all rich!!!!!!!!!

ALL HAIL THE RECOVEREH ;):( :angry: :blink::unsure:

A very telling graph on that page:

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