I recently returned to shopping at Tesco, splitting it with Lidl and Sainsbury's. I would have continued but noticed that prices at Tesco are beginning to edge up again, and so have reduced my shopping, although I would like to go more often. Tesco must understand that in order to compete it must trim its prices to at least Sainsbury's levels. Lidle, where I shop a lot, is crowded and stock not always available. They are starting to hit logistical limits.
Its been a long slog had 2 heart attacks last year and 2 and a bypass opp this year, i must admit i have the utmost respect for our NHS fighting fit now i hope, just had a month on hols not traded just yet still being watched by the misses lol i think i missed a lot of fun this last couple of weeks but i'm sure there's lots to come,
Au contraire mon ami. Very exciting already; we have been approached already by Malaysia, India, NZ, OZ and Indonesia all offering US new trade deals. Merkel already being collaborative. In addition the reduction in value of the pound to the U.S. dollar very good for exporters. The useless Obama already regretting his "rear of the queue" remark. At least we can negotiate quickly which the EU never seem to be able to do. I think our future looks very rosy indeed.
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