Article from Business Insider UK showing a chart, from Morgan Stanley, that shows "the final nail in the coffin of Britain's post-2008 crisis property boom". It shows three separate indices that measure major movements in UK house prices. They are all heading to zero or going negative. Which is contradictory to the nonsense that CEBR are spouting today (house prices to rise £52,000 by 2021), an organisation I should point out that is partly funded by corporate members, mostly banks.