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Share Price: 76.08Bid: 76.08Ask: 76.11Change: 0.20 (+0.26%)Riser - Lloyds Grp.
Spread: 0.03Spread as %: 0.04%Open: 75.85High: 76.40Low: 75.11Yesterday’s Close: 75.88


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spindok
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Price:75.53
thomson
18 Sep '14
But they will want a fried Mars bar with them..
 
thomson
Posts: 123
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Opinion:Hold
Price:75.55
friday morning
18 Sep '14
A no vote should put them in their plaice!
thomson
Posts: 123
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Opinion:Hold
Price:75.55
friday morning
18 Sep '14
It will hopefully mean they have had their chips.
DD42
Posts: 453
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Price:75.55
Re: therumblingtum
18 Sep '14
Good point. But by the same token, if Scotland does becomes independent it will make history as the first ichthyocracy (government by fishes) …
therumblingtum
Posts: 20
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Opinion:Buy
Price:75.53
friday morning
18 Sep '14
If we have a no vote friday does that mean that alex salmond and nicola sturgeon will be like fish out of water?
Pugsy
Posts: 309
Observation
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:75.51
Alex where's your Kilt
18 Sep '14
Yet to see A. Salmond wearing his Kilt or eating a Haggis, Not a True Scot.
looser
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Troajan and Mr Bond
18 Sep '14
That’s the problem people buy them as pets and then take them to the ponds when they are to big, you have just got to watch your fingers and toes like Mr Bond says, as they can get very snappy if they are not happy..

Mr Bond I prefer my terrapins not to be shaken or stirred but to be well cooked.

have a good day.
Ladeside
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RE: either way
18 Sep '14
Totally agree calisto. Give Scotland the powers that they want and let them govern from Edinburgh and banish all Scottish MP's from westminster. Holyrood can take them if they're wanted.

That way everyone gets what they want.

Everyone keeps saying how much of a failure Scotland would be , so surely best to cut them loose rather than continuing to be a drain on English resources and English tax payers.
calisto
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either way
18 Sep '14
the Scottish labour MP's should have the whip withdrawn as there is little reason why they should be allowed to continue to vote on matters that does not involve Scotland imo. They can sit in the House if they wish but their salaries should be paid for from the Scottish purse not ours.
MrBond007
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RE: looser
18 Sep '14
You want to watch out for those Terrapins they're like the SNP. They can get aggressive and turn on you for no apparent reason. They also tend to be greedy and over fish the pond taking what really belongs to everyone else. They alter the ecological balance permanently - again like the SNP - irrespective of the vote Yes/No the SNP will win until we all vote UKIP that is.

(before you ask i have no connection or problen with Sean Connery)



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