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Share Price: 67.00Bid: 67.00Ask: 67.01Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Lloyds Grp.
Spread: 0.01Spread as %: 0.01%Open: 67.25High: 67.55Low: 66.90Yesterday’s Close: 67.00


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BruceJamieson
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calisto
Today 09:16
well said that man. Worth pointing out that EU only takes 20% of our services. Merckel refuses on line gambling because of Bavarian owned in house ones. quite illegal!! France refuses our Unit trusts in spite of Directive UCITS3 again totally illegal!! The NI border; no one mentions the Norway/Sweden one which is hundreds of kilometres. Norway of course is not in EU. Why will no one point this out. And this nasty little Macron man is behaving like a child who has had his sweeties stolen. What a shower! Ee shall be well out of it. And free to trade where ever we want which we cannot at present.
 
hooky61b
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RE: Silent revenge on the EU
Today 09:15
poor deadhead all that winkle picking just to loose k100 due to brexit,MADE my day i can have a little giggle each time i hear is name
Petanqueplayer
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RE: Silent revenge on the EU
Today 09:14
Freya you are a pathetic little prick
freya
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RE: Silent revenge on the EU
Today 09:02
One winkle picker, who comes every year and sleeps in the nearby caves and has never washed for the last 5 or so years, all his teeth are rotten, he speaks with an Irish accent so I suppose he is an Irish tinker and he is about 4ft 5in tall. Maybe a down and out leprechaun. He denies picking winkles when asked and the only information he will give is that his name is Deadcatsbounce. A strange name for a winkle picker but there you go?
hooky61b
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re off topic hooky
Today 09:01
cracking
hooky61b
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re off topic hooky
Today 08:59
morning tricky tick for bateel going for tasleet against caravaggio,balding could have a cacking day and really beat the bank
calisto
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its gratifying
Today 08:48
to see that the mood has finally started to shift wrt Brexit. The EU's hardball tactics are beginning to look like an own goal as the remaining contributors to the Budget have begun somewhat belatedly to see what they are having to cough up in handouts to the majority of what remains post our exit. Trading under WTO is lucrative for us as not only are we we free to import from whomever we want to outside the EU but also because we will actually generate a ratio surplus which can be used to benefit the NHS for example incidentally not that far of the £350m/month promised by BoJo and a figure much derided by the BBC, Clegg and many others. We have a while yet but now the reality is beginning to dawn on the EU's real power brokers that e could just walk away and be better off the issue may well become one where they will have to be grateful with what we as "fair minded people" are willing to "gift" them for old times sake. With Merkel's position weakened, Austria having another go,Poland and Hungary uhappy Junkers and his merry band will have to peddle very hard to keep the trough full. happy days
freya
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Silent revenge on the EU
Today 08:47
At this time of year there are groups of winkle pickers along our shores collecting sacks of winkles and they are quite large sacks too for export to the rest of Europe. I know they go to Europe as no one in the U.K. eats these shellfish that look like bogies from a persons nose.

What the Europeans don£t know is that these winkles are picked by the most dirty tinkers going and kept in unhygienic condition with no thought to the person who will eventually eat them. Next time you are abroad don£t have the mixed shellfish soup. Lol
freya
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RE: Filtered
Today 08:35
Nothing wrong with collecting returnable bottles, a small fortune to be made there, enough to keep me going in Buckfast on a Saturday night. I prefer to call those bags of turd, doggy handbags, I have to say that my dogs look at me strangely when I am picking up their poo, it£s a bleeder to find when these leaves start falling off the trees.
utrickytrees
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RE: Filtered
Today 08:27
I can picture you roaming the moors like Cathy searching for Heathcliffe, but your looking for returnable bottles for the deposits, keeping your hands warm on a couple of bagged spaniel tuds. Cant beat it in a cold day!




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