I think you'll find most of the "lying" has been on the pro unionist side.
I know, I live here.
I've been reading the English editions of the newspapers and I find it hilarious, shocking, terrifying and indeed disgraceful how they have made up stories and reported "incidents" which quite simply haven't taken place.
It's the old adage, if you read it in the paper, then it must be true and of course if you repeat a fantasy often enough then it somehow becomes real.
When Dimbleby interview Salmond a couple of evenings ago, Salmond stated that he had been in talks with a number of EU states. Again, he has subsequently been proved to be LYING.
"Alex Salmond accused of lying over EU talks - Telegraph The Telegraph can disclose the French, Spanish and Belgian governments have rejected Mr Salmond's claim in a TV interview that he has held talks with them over EU membership. "
well fingers crossed i get out of my shorts briefly...morning Doc ...Trogan if not i may have to place a slightly larger long tommorow .. otherwise known as plan B the bigger traders have got shorts around the 80.3 level
Guys: this is just marketing from Betfair. Without looking, I am guessing they have set limits on the bets which can be placed/odds.
They do something like this periodically on football results: a two-match bet which you can NOT lose on. I'm not interested in this stuff, however both of my sons (who are fanatical footy players) participate. Each has won £300+ over time. It's small-fry amounts but Betfair's objective is simply to encourage further betting and to attract punters from the many other online bookies which are very popular with today's 'yoof'.
I'm pretty sure this is just a more targeted marketing campaign: just look at the coverage it's getting them!
The IMF warned that the global recovery is on precarious footing, as rising geopolitical tensions and the prospect of tighter monetary policy in the US risk dampening the outlook for global growth. In a document prepared ahead of this week’s G20 meeting of finance ministers and central bank governors in Australia, the IMF said that growth in the first half of this year was weaker than it had predicted in April. The Fund signalled it is likely to cut its next batch of forecasts which will be released in October. (Financial Times)
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