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People who bought a house in the 1990s ‘still smug’, confirms survey

'can I just add, 'Excellent!''All those who purchased a house in the late 1990s are ‘still smug’, according to a survey carried out by Halifax this week. The famous house price boom, which saw the value of many properties explode by 60% in a few short years, left many people in an enviable financial position, and most have now confirmed that they ‘definitely knew exactly what they were doing’.

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Posted: May 13th, 2014
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Banksy-style stencil packs sent up north to narrow housing divide

DIY stencil packs are being promoted as the answer to the north-south divide after house price analysts have noticed that whenever the mysterious graffiti guerilla artist Banksy spray paints one of his artworks onto the wall of a house, its price rockets almost immediately.

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Posted: Apr 23rd, 2014
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Survey shows house prices ‘all over the shop’

An analysis of house price surveys conducted during 2012 has concluded that prices are going up, down, and staying static all at the same time.

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Posted: Oct 4th, 2012
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‘Is this cellulite in an ancient picture of Mary Magdalene?’ asks Daily Mail

princess last week, harlot this - house prices are going to suffer‘Close analysis of the picture shows that Mary Magdalene is displaying obvious signs of cellulite,’ wrote lifestyle analyst Liz Jones. ‘Worse still, her hair is all over the place. Ooh darling, that’s a fashion disaster. Call yourself an icon? You’ve let yourself go – you’re a disgrace to women everywhere.’

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Posted: Jun 14th, 2012
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Daily Mail warns about consequences of Shoesmith payout

The Daily Mail has warned that the £2.5 billion that ex-Haringey social services boss Sharon Shoesmith hopes to get in compensation for her sacking over the Baby P case could undermine the UK’s fragile economic recovery, destroy the private sector, smash Britain’s borders wide open, slash house prices and generally cause politically correct chaos.

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Posted: May 31st, 2011
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