During the 12 months leading up to April 2012, UK property prices pretty much flat-lined according to data just published by the Office of National Statistics shows, which showed growth of just 1.4 % over the year.
England's tiny growth of 1.7% was canceled out by declines in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland of
0.3%, 1.1%, and 8.1%.
The majority of England's increase was driven by the were driven by a 4.9% rise in
London, and other lesser increases across the rest of the South of England. The Midlands and the North saw small declines.
Let's hope the English team fares a little better in tonights final euro group game.
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