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martin1
Posts: 832
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Torquay
6 Jun '17
More then suspicious Hammond has been kept out of front line are we in more trouble then we know
Labour fantasyland as kept me more then occupied
G L A
 
torquay
Posts: 2,314
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Exactly correct Martin
6 Jun '17
My own feeling is that now Phillip Hammond has worked on the books, he has confirmed what we have known for a long time. George did nothing while he was in office apart from raising VAT to 20% - Vince Cable and the rest of the team steadied the ship doing all the dirty work that was needed and paid a heavy price for doing it. All George did was take the credit for it while our Dave was buzzing about.

Whoever wins has got the dirty end of the stick "again" and will have all the spade work to do with no credit at the end of it, because they will have run out of time so far as enjoying the the fruits of their labour is concerned.

The ones who voted for Brexit are the ones who buy a lottery ticket expecting to win..

Good luck all..
martin1
Posts: 832
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Price:0.23
Labour win
6 Jun '17
If this were to happen Brexit would be small event
The give us the old story rich will pay,but it takes time to bankrupt Country the rich will be long gone before then
The hard working people and small business will have to take tab and will be mighty
Theresa might not be answer I agree ,do not want to go in to all details we have reasonable Labour gov in past and in Ireland the have always acted responsibly
Labour were to put present policies if got elected we will be in Fantasy land ,people talk about Trump but he did say he was trying to lmprove Country and at this time we await to see how it work out
G L A
Congemi
Posts: 291
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.23
RE: Uk
6 Jun '17
LOL.Qatar is a small fish.
House of Saud is the elephant in the room.
Looks like they did a deal with Trump to fool the ignorant masses.
2CV_Driver
Posts: 1,658
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.23
RE: Labour win
6 Jun '17
Portfolio already down significantly in the last two weeks.... Labour win is or looking at it the other way failure of tories to get a big majority is being priced in already. May has screwed in big time. She is not damaged goods and her days are numbered.

Many voters have turned away from the tories owing to some of the U turns and dimentia tax etc..

Corbyn has big appeal with younger and ethnic voters....

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cirltJXr3Tc

IF Rudd replaces May as leaders of Tories expect watered down Brexit. Equally if labour get in bed with SNP or liberals Brexit also on the rocks.... Hence markets are tanking owing to the uncertainty.
Hotdog1
Posts: 1,020
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Price:0.24
Labour win
6 Jun '17
Markets will tank and tank badly
Borninusa123456
Posts: 978
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RE: Labour Coalition
6 Jun '17
True one year after Cameroon , to be honest I still want her to win despite all my giving out , I'm afraid of jeremy and Diane abbot but nothing would surprise me this Friday
irish_bob
Posts: 944
Opinion:Buy
Price:0.23
fair value
6 Jun '17
im guessing 30 cents based on PE levels and PB of the majority of financials across europe
Hotdog1
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Labour Coalition
6 Jun '17
May wld have to resign immediately. A huge possibility......park Diane Abbot is a must
Borninusa123456
Posts: 978
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Best case scenario
6 Jun '17
Labour coalition with liberal democrats , libs demand another vote on brexit in return, madness is over and borris can go fox hunting somewhere
Hotdog1
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Uk
6 Jun '17
Fundamental extremism must be halted. Qatari isolation is a start.
torquay
Posts: 2,314
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Last Night's
4 Jun '17
Savagery in London and Manchester's response this evening puts things properly in perspective - democracy is worth defending - once you are able to make it take root. After that it can only continue if people are prepared to accept that it must and has to be defended.

Otherwise we face another Holocaust if you live in Mosul or Lybia and many other countries besides.

I feel sorry tonight for the innocent Moslems who run their own businesses and only want to bring up their families in peace.

Good luck all..
BruceJamieson
Posts: 5,152
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Torquay
4 Jun '17
The local tipple is actually Montefalco Sagrantino. But yesterday I had a glass of cheap rose from a box and today an Aperol Spritz in a bar for only €3
Congemi
Posts: 291
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RE: Thank you Bruce
4 Jun '17
Torquay
Basher al-Assad was until the West and the Saudi axis of evil started meddling in his country.

Gadaffi had turned as well but the US wanted it's pound of flesh.

And we wonder why radicals are killing our children!!.

On a separate note not one mention of the valuation difference between AIB and BOI in the Irish Sunday business rags.
aclaw
Posts: 1,379
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blackrock
3 Jun '17
.. i have great curiosity in reading how much blackrock bought into AIB.. ? they are a major shareholder of BOI.. they own 5%..
torquay
Posts: 2,314
Opinion:Hold
Price:0.24
Thank you Bruce
3 Jun '17
Happily away from the fray enjoying your Chianti or is it Valpollicello - I am simply commenting on the state that this country is in and how badly off it is for politicians who might have some clue so far as addressing its problems are concerned. Then we can talk about how long it might take - with the proper policy development - to see some real fruit on the vine.

With five year terms OR LESS it is going to be difficult for anyone to develop a strategy which will address the problems and stand any chance of being re-elected while pursuing them. In the meantime we are obliged to listen to all these "Sunny Uplands" speeches, knowing whilst we are listening to them that there is not the remotest chance of these policy initiatives being enacted due to the governments inability to fund its proposals because of poor taxation revenue being collected.

It is not an easy accountants created thorn bush to penetrate successfully, when so much of modern day employment is owned or has been created by foreign companies who oporate globally and can just as easily set up elsewhere. All they need to do is unplug their computers (backed up of course) and plug them in at their new location.

Tax revenues are important - new investment is not possible without sufficient funds being available and they must first be collected. Too much money is being exported out of the jurisdiction and it isn't enough to rely on QE because this only results in a devalued currency which induces inflation.

Politicians are in an invidious position when acting on behalf of the country because, the proper action would most probably result in large scale redundancies which is very bad news when it comes to people voting for you at election time.

I am now more than ever persuaded that what this country needs is a benevolent dictator - anyone know a dictator who is benevolent ? Anyone know one who could sustain the effort for the next twenty years ?

Just thinking allowed. Good luck all and enjoy the weekend.
BruceJamieson
Posts: 5,152
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Torquay
3 Jun '17
Strange that the tech colleges teaching skills half empty. Corbyn does tell a good tale. Pity it is Trotskist clap trap. Note not Marxist/lLeninist as they do not believe in democracy whereas Trotsky did. hence why Stalin had him bumped off!
torquay
Posts: 2,314
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Education Education
2 Jun '17
That's what he said - what has been delivered - a vast number of indebted youngsters many of whom have been obliged to return to their parents whilst looking for employment, because they cannot support themselves on Job Seekers Allowance.

The idea that everybody has the right to attend university is excellent, I am all for it, provided that it is mutually beneficial. Our students should be able to build a career whilst applying their talents within an expanding economy for their benefit and that of the greater society.

Unfortunately we now have too many "university's" scattered all over the country offering an enormous range of degrees. Many of these degrees and qualifications sound very impressive but have little relevance when it comes to securing employment and with it the ability to repay the debt that has accrued.

With all the degrees, diploma's and doctorates, how does it happen that we have such serious skill shortages that we have to import labour in order to address them.

Whilst I have no objection to anybody going to university, I feel very strongly that our places of higher education should be providing courses which are supported by the government where skill shortages are known to exist. I can well understand why we have so many university's when Chancellors are paid up to 450K per annum, and yet they preside sometimes over failing establishments, because lecturers are not doing enough in spite of being well rewarded.

For the students who want to take combined degrees - because they sound more important - subjects like journalism and media studies and many others. If students feel that they can make a career out of the subjects that they pursue then regrettably I feel that they should pay for them.

The country is sinking due to the asset stripping in the past which collapsed the manufacturing sector robbing us of the traditional skills built up over the past 3 - 400 years which of course our politicians sacrificed along with the businesses and their many skills, not to mention all the machinery and buildings.

Mrs May (Theresa) was less than convincing in tonights debate when compared with Jezza Corbyn, he gave a confident and sure footed account of himself apart from the nuclear question. I could ALMOST see myself voting for him - ALMOST I said, because he tells a good story and the country is sorely in need of some sunshine.

Have not read this through and am not going to because I'm tired tonight,

Good luck all.
2CV_Driver
Posts: 1,658
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.24
Theresa May ‘Liar liar’ song tops
2 Jun '17
UK charts!!!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HxN1STgQXW8

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House of Cards snarks at Theresa May for TV debate no-show
Netflix show chides British PM.
The popular Netflix political thriller House of Cards jumped on the bandwagon to poke fun at British Prime Minister Theresa May for not attending a televised election debate.
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What a mess!!!
torquay
Posts: 2,314
Opinion:No Opinion
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Just maybe
2 Jun '17
there is a congenital weakness.
Borninusa123456
Posts: 978
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RE: then v when
2 Jun '17
True.... uk should just accept their a b minus nation now after Brexit ,They need to look to the eu now for guidance
Hotdog1
Posts: 1,020
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.24
Uk
2 Jun '17
The chinless wonders of the Conservative party are just agog at how May is going from hero to zero with her bombastic position of no live debating...... there is a very great chance the blues will not get a win with May being forced to resign......what a fugh up on the horizon. Irrespective of our little penny share Brexit has been and will be an utter disaster for the UK. JMcC has it right , UK clawing for its glorious past ' rule britianna etc.....what a load of codswallop...embrace the future ...... lastly, Trumpmis definitely losing it.
PGee
Posts: 509
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Price:0.24
RE: then v when
2 Jun '17
.........And don't FG! New Taoiseach tonight!
johnmcclean
Posts: 1,552
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then v when
2 Jun '17
Its interesting to watch 2 former world powers struggle with finding a new spot in a fast changing world. In both the US and the UK the old order seem to think that by turning back the clock to past glorious times they can become great again. Sadly for them history shows that once your time is done its done. The answer is to embrace the change and look to the future for success. To me it looks like China, Germany and France have the right idea.
2CV_Driver
Posts: 1,658
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.24
RE: USA
2 Jun '17
Yup the UK is in one fine mess now! Everything is up in the air including Brexit. Theresa May and her 'Strong and Stable' are beyond a joke now. Tory majority starting to look very thin and may even end up with hung parliament. Going from a 20%+ majority to a 3% majoiry in a matter of weeks is quite an achievement.




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