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http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/business/5133626.stm

Looks like everything is going well and the only vessel that appears to be foundering is HMS HPC. Bearing a striking resemblance to the Titanic I believe.

:D

The Beeb giveth and the Beeb taketh away. Sorry to rain on the Bulls parade:

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/business/5131942.stm

And the Tribune confirmeth:

http://www.iht.com/articles/2006/06/30/business/yen.php

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Looks like everything is going well and the only vessel that appears to be foundering is HMS HPC. Bearing a striking resemblance to the Titanic I believe.

Can you supply your mailing address so when prices fall we can all send you big WE TOLD YOU SO notes as I bet you won't be posting on here any more.

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Can you supply your mailing address so when prices fall we can all send you big WE TOLD YOU SO notes as I bet you won't be posting on here any more.

According to the ODPM's latest stats up to March 2006 it is already Grim Upnorth.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/shared/spl/hi/in_d...tml/region1.stm

The information below is based on figures provided by the Land Registry of England and Wales.

Figures for England and Wales are for the period January to March 2006.

Northumberland £149,225 -8.8%

Cumbria £143,851 -1.6%

Tyne And Wear £132,526 -0.3%

Stockton-On-Tees £128,643 -5.0%

Darlington £125,556 -5.6%

Durham £114,329 -4.3%

Redcar And Cleveland £109,289 -11.2%

Middlesbrough £108,982 4.7%

Hartlepool £98,770 -5.2%

East Riding Of Yorkshire £154,431 -4.5%

West Yorkshire £138,242 -1.1%

South Yorkshire £126,326 -1.4%

North Lincolnshire £122,869 -2.7%

North East Lincolnshire £102,179 -1.9%

Rutland £228,672 -7.7%

Leicestershire £170,145 -3.5%

Northamptonshire £158,537 -3.5%

Lincolnshire £147,659 -1.9%

Derbyshire £147,537 -3.5%

Nottinghamshire £146,871 -2.0%

City Of Derby £137,082 -0.3%

Leicester £134,130 0.3%

City Of Nottingham £119,797 -5.2%

Worcestershire £184,936 -3.3%

Warwickshire £184,860 -3.4%

Shropshire £184,664 -3.1%

Staffordshire £161,232 -0.1%

West Midlands £146,903 0.3%

Wrekin £140,819 1.2%

Stoke-On-Trent £89,910 -5.6%

Cheshire £185,036 -1.6%

Warrington £156,929 -4.5%

Greater Manchester £134,935 -2.1%

Merseyside £132,854 0.3%

Lancashire £128,806 -1.9%

Halton £127,289 -5.3%

Blackpool £119,112 2.8%

Blackburn With Darwen £98,762 -2.1%

Moray 101,031 -6.1%

Clackmannanshire 100,282 -6.8%

North Ayrshire 98,127 -1.9%

North Lanarkshire 96,363 1.7%

East Ayrshire 92,883 -10.3%

Orkney Islands 88,463 -10.3%

West Dunbartonshire 88,299 -7.4%

Shetland Islands 83,663 4.4%

Eilean Siar 75,640 -8.2%

Edinburgh, City Of 176,526 1.1%

East Renfrewshire 168,132 -8.8%

East Dunbartonshire 160,331 -8.6%

East Lothian 152,826 -7.5%

Stirling 144,367 -4.0%

Midlothian 134,238 -0.5%

Scottish Borders 130,622 -7.9%

Aberdeenshire 127,195 -3.4%

Highland 125,711 -3.4%

Glasgow City 124,370 -0.6%

Argyll And Bute 119,923 -5.9%

Isle Of Anglesey £145,033 -12.2%

Newport £144,790 -5.0%

Flintshire £142,754 -4.8%

Denbighshire £140,981 -1.9%

Swansea £139,153 -1.1%

Carmarthenshire £137,252 0.1%

Bridgend £133,572 -1.7%

Torfaen £120,546 -0.4%

Caerphilly £115,784 -1.5%

Neath Port Talbot £102,936 -2.6%

Rhondda Cynon Taff £93,453 -2.7%

Merthyr Tydfil £89,920 -4.8%

Blaenau Gwent £82,491 -7.4

Dorset £226,010 -0.5%

Devon £212,600 -0.3%

Wiltshire £209,024 -3.5%

Cornwall £203,006 -2.5%

Bournemouth £202,293 2.2%

Gloucestershire £201,799 -0.5%

North Somerset £185,780 -4.6%

Somerset £183,850 -1.5%

South Gloucestershire £182,959 -2.5%

City Of Bristol £178,116 0.6% -0.9%

Torbay £174,208 -2.0%

Swindon £155,868 -2.3%

Brighton And Hove £222,241 0.6%

West Sussex £221,415 -2.2%

Essex £212,460 -0.9%

Kent £206,628 -0.4%

East Sussex £198,541 -3.0%

Reading £196,094 -2.0%

Isle Of Wight £181,138 -0.6%

Milton Keynes £175,337 -0.6%

Thurrock £169,523 -0.6% -1.5%

Southampton £161,716 -1.3%

Portsmouth £154,803 0.6%

Medway £154,231 -2.1%

City Of London £313,388 -4.5%

Hammersmith And Fulham £1,401,250 -17.9%

Wandsworth £1,230,830 -11.2%

Lewisham £351,863 -22.3%

Waltham Forest £317,750 -18.7% -28.1% 6

Newham £226,026 -22.2%

Enfield £568,411 -13.7% -18.6%

Chelsea £2,020,714 -18.2%

City Of Westminster £1,819,466 -20.2%

Camden £1,224,703 -6.5%

Islington £519,102 -37.1%

Hackney £420,577 -15.3%

Harrow £538,874 -9.6% -13.9%

Lambeth £527,750 -2.8%

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Guest Alright Jack

Okay mods, please explain why my post was removed!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

[Moderator: What post? There is no record of a post being removed]

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http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/business/5133626.stm

Looks like everything is going well and the only vessel that appears to be foundering is HMS HPC. Bearing a striking resemblance to the Titanic I believe.

:D

HMS MPC more like.

The ONS also announced on Friday that it was retrospectively raising all its economic growth figures since 2001, also because of stronger business activity than previously determined.

"retrospectively raising" = cooking the books.

Dont you realise that all of this is just to get the public ready for the inevitable interest rate rises? The public have been conned for long enough and some have even been led to believe that it was safe to buy a house because rates would never rise.

Well now its time for a bit of back pedaling to get homeowners used to what is coming their way.

Analysts said the revised growth figures would put pressure on the Bank of England to raise interest rates.

This article is further confirmation of what I see as inevitable. Thanks for posting it. :)

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Islington £519,102 -37.1%

are these figures accurate?

No they are not accurate. Due to too few sales and the fact that cheaper homes are being sold the figures dont really mean that much. This is in exactly the same way that you cannot trust the figures when they are reported as rising as they dont factor in the probability that more expensive houses are being sold. The later is of course more prevalent due to the VI reporting and "adjustments" to suit their VI needs.

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Guest Alright Jack

Okay mods, please explain why my post was removed!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

[Moderator: What post? There is no record of a post being removed]

Sorry then. I must have got the wrong thread.

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While the trade in goods showed a deficit of £19.6bn, the trade in services reported a surplus of £7bn.

That doesnt sound very good.

Could the growth be attributed to another heavy dose of tax and spend? After all, Gordon is gouging another £20 billion off us this year.

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