Chancellor says it is up to the Bank to make judgment over property prices as concern grows over housing bubble
George Osborne has suggested he will not intervene to try to tackle a housing bubble, despite growing concern that spiralling property prices could lead to a crash.
He said responsibility to cool the housing market lay with the Bank of England, which he said should not hesitate to use its powers to ensure economic stability. He said the government should "let them make the assessment" about the housing bubble.
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