Ashfordian wrote:It's quite simple. What does the headline of the article say?
The headline is
Carney warns no-deal could see house prices plunge
Note the lack of the word "forecast". Also note the use of "could", not "would". As you read the article to find out more (as the headline is designed to make you want to do) you are told, quite clearly, that this is not a forecast.
Your statement: "I see the FT and BBC have now resorted to Fake News regarding a forecast property crash made by Mark Carney." (again, my bold) misquotes the article and the headline.
So I repeat: you've stated they are making a forecast (despite there being no forecast to this effect in the artcle, as well as three references in the article to the fact that this was NOT a forecast, then complained the BBC are making up fake news?