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Share Price: 66.91Bid: 66.87Ask: 66.91Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Lloyds Grp.
Spread: 0.04Spread as %: 0.06%Open: 67.45High: 67.45Low: 66.63Yesterday’s Close: 66.91


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utrickytrees
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Off topic Hooky
Today 08:25
Spotted a couple of notable runners this morning Hooky, Brother Ralph is dropping like an italian in the penalty box 13.45 new. Meehans only entry today & hes booked souza (opened 40 now 28 skybet & 20 lads i got 33's). Also Gorgeous Noora 300 odd days out, no future entries & opening h'cap mark today. Off to Uttoxeter tomorrow Dr Newland has a couple & he doesnt normally run em for nowt. GL
 
mick-b
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DAILY MAIL says
Today 01:16
THE TWO-YEAR TRANSITION
What she said: 'During the implementation period access to one another's markets should continue on current terms and Britain also should continue to take part in existing security measures.'
What she meant: During a 'time-limited' transition of 'about two years', Britain would remain in the single market in all but name, making EU budget contributions, respecting freedom of movement and accepting a role for EU judges.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4911606/What-Prime-Minister-REALLY-meant-Brexit.html
torquay
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Sad isn't it
Fri 23:31
The collective will is best expressed "by the popular vote" - I don't think that that is what happened around here - we have an increasing population of refugees from the inner city's here no doubt cleansed from areas earmarked for re-generation and gentrification.

It is very hard to imagine many of them actually participating in the electoral process, unless it affected their benefits, they are all too preoccupied drinking (anything) and indulging their carnal appetites. This is the available labour pool that will eventually replace our excellent clean and hard working european staff, who currently assist in the running of our remaining hotels.

What was once 65,000 hotel accommodation capacity is now set to shrink below its current 18,000 capacity, we are told this progressive. What it tells me is that we should all be cruising !!!

Good luck all...
keltickilla
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RE: BornDcb
Fri 23:20
I too predicted Brexit, all be it by sure luck I'm guessing. Made a mint too. And now I'm predicting something else as are you fleccy. Most of the Torie upswing came from labour supporters who did not want anything to do with the EU. Now that the tories seem to not want to leave, what's the alternative? I am sure they won't be voting conservative next time which will come sooner rather than later with the divide in the party. Boris must be odds on favourite to succeed...... so that then blows another hole in your theory of Corbyn being unelectable. The only man who can save us from Corbyn now is Mr Jacob Rees-Mogg... what a wonderful world we uk citizens live in, politicians full of character, bulsht and nuts.. lovely simply lovely with plenty in the tank sir. ;) goodnight all thanks for the topical conversation.
Borninusa123456
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RE: BornDcb
Fri 22:54
He is as sly as a fox , and a very loyal support base like brexiteers (fair play on winning brexit) , trump has that loyal support base too
fleccy
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RE: BornDcb
Fri 22:48
Well I predicted that Brexit would happen and i'm much surer that Corbyn's got no chance, of winning a general election, than I was about the referendum result. I admit it's unbelievable that he did so well in the last general election, but he gained from the strategic remain voters, he wont have that luxury next time and I suspect he knows it.
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RE: BornDcb
Fri 22:41
Corbyn won't happen just like Brexit wouldn't happen imho. Once May makes the tories look untrustworthy when it comes to Brexit. 17.4million voters will swayed to vote other ways line ukip, Plaid Cymru snp etc which in turn will bring our friendly neighbor hood socialpath in to power. I for one as an all out type of guy am going to vote ukip as I do not believe the referendum and the will of the people has been served justice ,nor will it.
Borninusa123456
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RE: BornDcb
Fri 22:34
Thats wouldnt surprise me if he has a good nights sleep in 10 downing street
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RE: BornDcb
Fri 22:33
Jeremy is very cunning , would surprise me one bit but torys are getting a grip so hopefully a soft brexit to prevent jeremy!
fleccy
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RE: BornDcb
Fri 22:11
Corbyn's got no chance of winning an election. For all the media hype and bluster, not many people want Corbyn in power. The types that vote for him are the greenpeace, save the world, types and maybe students and dropouts. Most sane people would never vote for a labour party lead by him. He would ruin the country and most people realise that. I also disagree that May is the one that will stop this moving forward, it'll be the EU not the UK that spoils any chance of a deal. Where May did cock up, was the inept way she handled the general election. I was dismayed at the sheer incompetence of the Conservative election campaign. Labour wont get it so easy next time, no doubt May will go and someone with a bit more charisma and strength of character will be in charge of the Conservatives.




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