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Property in London is no longer a safe investment

The capital's house prices in Q3 will be five per cent below what they were in Q2

By Vicky Pryce  

Housing in south London, with the skyline of the City of London in the background ©Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire/Press Association Images

What the referendum result highlighted is the difference between London and the rest of the UK, particularly north of Watford. London voted overwhelmingly to stay. So did Scotland and Northern Ireland and a handful of English cities like Cambridge, Oxford, Liverpool and Bristol. But England, especially England north of the…

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