Hope you did better than me at the races today Cat , think i will stick to the shares , some of my family know Patrick Power, think he will own me outright soon lol ! ............. Sadly, corruption is everywhere mate, never mind the EU, Russia just as bad if not worst, but the one that saddens my heart is Africa, you see a wee child with no fresh water, but in the back of your head you know if when you send cash out there sadly, mostly all it does is buy a dictator a nice new Merc and some AK47's , if there was somewhere that could do with some interference from the powers that be ??? ............. anyway, off me soapbox :-)
Spotted a bit of a flaw Cat , the SNP want to join the EU !!!!! Now if they said they want to join the CIS , that would be fun , Nato and them squaring off over Hadrians Wall ;-) and if the cold war re-started we could have " Checkpoint Jimmy" up there instead of Checkpoint Charlie , just a thought lol ! ............ to be fair , i think TCG and indeed the market in general have rode this one out better than expected so far, Syria last year seemed to cause far more nervousness , lets hope that they all pick up their toys, shake hands and all make friends again. soon :-)
I'm still here , still in with fair old bit and like Miss G , will add a "wee top up" ahead of the 20th if the chance comes , just taking a leaf out of Ronan Keating's book at the moment " You say it best, when you say nothing at all" :-)))
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