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Land Registry Now The 28Th - Why?

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As per title, been listed on their site as released today for whole month - now tomorrow?

Take your pick

The chap who does the numbers was off ill all last week.

The private sector company that produce the figures unexpectedly screwed up.

Land Registry has been privatised and the VI's have 'amended' all property deeds to show they own it all.

Aliens have purchased all of Britain as a huge buy to let empire and caused a house price boom.

The asteroid strike, you know, the one the government are covering up, has destroyed all life on earth other than your town and the emergency govt deep in our bunkers - and we can't be expected to fake everything on time.

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To my knowledge it has always been listed as the 28th. Last week, Forex Factory was suggesting Nationwide would be out today and I checked the Land Reg site to see that was out on Tues, so I was expecting two consecutive days of fresh survey data. Late last week, FF reconfirmed Nationwide as 7am this Thurs (once they put the time, then it's confirmed).

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Are you sure? I had it marked down for the 28th and I normally check it on the release date of the previous one.

Yeah, I'm sure- I checked this morning at 9 not realising they release at 11am, and it still stated the 27th. Got back in this afternoon and it's changed to the 28th.

1st time they've not released as per their website.

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