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Bbc Select Cornwall And Report 2% Hpi

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http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/cornwall/4704802.stm

Could this be yet another example of the BBC's bias? The County is up but only two areas within the County are down. The LR reported rises AND falls throughout the UK.

The BBC's Sunday bulletin is an attempt to show the market is still going up up and away and that rich outsiders are pushing up prices and not FTBs who can no longer live in their own county. Nice one. :angry:

Judgment day is coming!

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I suspect that large numbers of journalists are either mortgaged to the hilt or into BTL themselves. Journalists do not earn that good a salary but all those I know seem to live lifestyles that are often far above what their basic salaries can sustain.

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http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/cornwall/4704802.stm

Could this be yet another example of the BBC's bias? The County is up but only two areas within the County are down. The LR reported rises AND falls throughout the UK.

The BBC's Sunday bulletin is an attempt to show the market is still going up up and away and that rich outsiders are pushing up prices and not FTBs who can no longer live in their own county. Nice one. :angry:

Judgment day is coming!

A report within the Cornwall section of bbc.co.uk is about - surprise - Cornwall!

I presume you've checked for the presence or absence of reports about house prices in all other BBC "where I live" areas? It's all a great big Gordon Brown/BBC conspiracy didn't you know?

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A report within the Cornwall section of bbc.co.uk is about - surprise - Cornwall!

I presume you've checked for the presence or absence of reports about house prices in all other BBC "where I live" areas? It's all a great big Gordon Brown/BBC conspiracy didn't you know?

It was placed on the 24 hours live news thread--no other areas mentioned. Gordon "miracle economy" Brown's secretary may have placed it? The thread has had a lot of doom and gloom stories about the economy so they may have thought this would reverse sentiment a little. :D

http://www.newsnow.co.uk/newsfeed/?name=Business+%26+Finance

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The BBC still haven't updated their House Price section:

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/shared/spl/hi/in_d...html/houses.stm

Thanks for the link. My area shows detatched down 6.3%. Sounds like HPC may be on in the West Midlands as there is NO sign of anything improving around here. Lots of shops shutting down and houses are sticking like glue.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/shared/spl/hi/in_d...html/44ue.stm?d

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I suspect that large numbers of journalists are either mortgaged to the hilt or into BTL themselves. Journalists do not earn that good a salary but all those I know seem to live lifestyles that are often far above what their basic salaries can sustain.

Its the cocaine wha' does it. Makes them more "CREATIVE" with their take on statistics :P

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