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Lloyds Share Chat (LLOY)



Share Price: 64.40Bid: 64.39Ask: 64.41Change: -0.95 (-1.45%)Faller - Lloyds Grp.
Spread: 0.02Spread as %: 0.03%Open: 65.45High: 65.72Low: 64.38Yesterday’s Close: 65.35


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utrickytrees
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RE: Brexit - UK - absolutely cluele..
Today 20:03
Bluuuurgh
 
deadcatsbounce
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Brexit - UK - absolutely clueless..
Today 19:55
A united Ireland is the only practical solution to Brexit...

If you found the UK Government’s first Brexit “position paper” on avoiding a “cliff-edge” in trade borderline delusional, just try the second, on Northern Ireland. A lot of Irish magic will be needed if the proposals set out there are going to have any chance of success.

http://www.independent.co.uk/voices/brexit-northern-ireland-only-practical-solution-a7898831.html

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European Commission pours cold water on UK’s Brexit paper on North

The European Commission has poured cold water on the UK’s Brexit negotiating paper on Northern Ireland by reminding it that, in the words of the EU’s chief Brexit negotiator, Michel Barnier, “frictionless trade is not possible outside the single market and customs union”.

The idea of leaving both the single market and customs union but of maintaining an “infrastructure-free” Border at Newry was a central thrust of the UK paper published on Wednesday, but it remains in the eyes of both Irish and EU officials an unrealistic expectation.

In its brief response to the British paper, a spokesman for the Commission said that such trade issues would only be a matter for the second phase of negotiations once “sufficient progress” had been made on the withdrawal issues in the ongoing phase-one discussions.

Responding to the paper’s expressed hope that political agreement on a frictionless Border and an agreement on a transition period after Brexit could be reached in phase one, the spokesman said that “on customs, we take note of the UK’s request for an implementing period and its preferences as regards the future relationship, but we will only address them once we have made sufficient progress on the terms of the orderly withdrawal”.

The UK has reportedly been hoping to accelerate the opening of talks on trade and the future relationship with the EU, and in raising the issue in the Northern Ireland paper, even as a principle, might be seen as what one diplomat suggested was chancing their arm.

Commission says trade issues will be dealt with in second phase of Brexit talks

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LOL: - UK “is chancing its arm”.

Absolutely bloody clueless!!!
freya
Posts: 1,359
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RE: Freya
Today 19:49
So there we have it Wids, to protect my own sanitary I take a sensible action and use the filter button. Seems an easy action which makes me happier every day.
freya
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RE: Freya
Today 19:47
Is this sort of behaviour "normal" John, do we need to be preached to on a daily basis, or is Newchurch really just an attention seeker and you are her admiring "audience ". applauding her act, even if it is the same act repeated every day. Gets a bit boring for some of us.
Wids
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Freya
Today 19:47
We all repeat, you and I included. I've no need to explain Newchurch behaviour or comments, they don't depress me like they do you and I'm not medically trained to suggest anti depressants. As I said before, the filter button seems an easy option. - each to their own I guess.
john46
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Freya
Today 19:42
As mentioned previously , I only short financials and oilies , personally more profitable than holding their shares , Newchurch is only highlighting to folk , on a daily basis , the error of their ways , repetition , just like how we all learnt the times tables
freya
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RE: Deaconblue
Today 19:33
Wids, No, I am not easily upset, I just don't like to read repeat, depressing posts, I know how the punch line is going to work out, I don't need to watch a car crash repeatedly , on replay, I am not in need of brainwashing, I know Lloyds is a pain at the moment, I also have my own ideas about this share, I have to agree with Asperger 100% when he asks Newchurch why she doesn't sell. I can't understand why she doesn't sell either, her words and actions don't match. If I had her take on Lloyds then I would have been out long ago.

Why does Newchurch's words and actions not match? You tell me Wids. You think she's so clever, you explain this behaviour.
Wids
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RE: Deaconblue
Today 19:25
Freya - so you filtered big Don and every other politician?...hmm no. The point is you filter what gets on your teets - end of. That's up to you, just find it strange. Seems your easily upset?
john46
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Wids
Today 19:19
Re " full faith and credit " , not many Yanks have read it , judging by their behaviour at home and their Gov's intrusion in foreign lands.
freya
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RE: Freya
Today 19:18
I see what you mean John, Trump would not have sacked her, correct, but for different reasons.




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