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The mix-adjusted average house price in the UK in December 2005 stood at £185,788, down marginally from £185,848 in November 2005 (not seasonally adjusted).

* UK annual house price inflation in December 2005 was 2.9 per cent, up from 2.2 per cent in November 2005. Annual house price inflation in London was 3.8 per cent in December 2005, up from 1.5 per cent in November 2005.

* UK annual house price inflation rate for the 3 months to December 2005 was 2.2 per cent and 1.4 per cent in London.

http://www.odpm.gov.uk/index.asp?id=100288...ssNoticeID=2072

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The old trick of revising down after the event is starting to rear its head. Keep the sheeple happy with stories of steady or rising prices each month and then write the truth into the statistics later when they're not looking.

The slide is very clearly now underway.

I wonder if the BBC will cover the revisions as news? :lol::lol::lol:

Great post! It is becoming blindingly obvious that the market is crashing and the more the VIs try to cover it up the more obvious it becomes.

HPC 2006.

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The VIs are like the middle aged bloke with no hair who combs a few strands across the top of his head. He believes it and he wants others to believe it but he just looks like a nob.

I remember seeing a guy who did that once. Couldn't quite believe my eyes. Sad really as he would have looked very distinguised otherwise.

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I remember seeing a guy who did that once. Couldn't quite believe my eyes. Sad really as he would have looked very distinguised otherwise.

Are you referring to Bobby Charlton? Had a boss once who was bald on top and he grew his hair long from behind and combed it straightforward keeping it in place with a lot of heavy grease. Nasty!

Funny how, as you get older, hair starts racing away in funny places. Take the eyebrows for instance--some people can grow these out very long (Archibishop of Canterbury for example) and might even be able to achieve a swept back look. Take long hair grown out from the ears and you would have complete covering of a bald nut.

My barnet is getting a bit thin on top and I think its best to be balding and proud of it--just like Sean Connery who flaunts it on chat shows like a prized possession!

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I remember seeing a guy who did that once. Couldn't quite believe my eyes. Sad really as he would have looked very distinguised otherwise.

was it neil kinnock?

BTW Neil Kinnock has recently stated that the labour party does not believe in selection on the grounds of ability!

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was it neil kinnock?

BTW Neil Kinnock has recently stated that the labour party does not believe in selection on the grounds of ability!

Who are NuLabour thinking off replacing Gordon "miracle economy" Brown with then? :D

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Who are NuLabour thinking off replacing Gordon "miracle economy" Brown with then? :D

a) john ( i wish i had passed the 11 plus) prescott

B) george ( has he really left the party?) galloway

c) bernie ( bung us a bit more money) ecclestone

d) alan ( irational exuberance) greenspan

what a choice!

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The alternative is to shave it all off and pretend to be in Star Trek. Not sure if that is better or worse. I think the VIs are more like large women in thongs and jeans two sizes too small who try to convince us that they still have a sexy product on offer.

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A whole lot of fiddling going on it seems...

Where? The index is a 12 month sliding average.

"The fall of 0.1% from November to December 2005 was less than the 0.7% drop in prices recorded during December 2004. "

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