Your on to a good thing when in pops around 20 new voices, all trying to type they're own opinions by the bucket load. Here come the II's ladies and gents with their very many voices making small plays. LTH stay strong through all the noise. Remember the old guard.
RE: UK retail sales jump unexpectedly in April20 May 2022 10:44
Are we still on about that? It never happened anyhow we are still bowing down with cap in hand to the EU today. Article 16 needs to be used ASAP so the promises can be delivered and the dream fulfilled. Problem is parliament no longer represents the people and the democratic process. We are now destined to be in limbo where they wait it out so the media can sell the EU federalist dream back to the youth of today. End of subject for me. Any LLOYDS talk here this year do you think? I'm bet against.
You can't polish a turd, rings so true here. This company is absolutely dire. It's share price performance is dismal. New BOD members earning big contracts, old useless BOD members getting huge sums for dismal performance. If anybody has anything about them they will see this sht show for what it is and steer well clear. II's are playing this one like the quick fiddle it is. Don't let them fiddle you out of your hard earned money or you'll be playing the violin :(. IMHO.
All. Just nipped in and wow how the clientele and tones have changed since my last visit. Anyway back to the subject of this company after all that's why we frequent these forums is it not? .... Keep smiling people at least we all got out of bed this morning, which is an absolute bonus. Even more so under the current climate.
This is old news. Refer to the RNS around the date of those to links and attle later. SAR holds no debt with any of Gupta's off shoots and the only influence Gupta has is as a major shareholder not on company finances. May to September last year.
RE: Re: Quarterly inflation report!!!03 Feb 2022 21:10
"BREXIT working for you lads" @new DCB accounts name. It will be when article 16 has been invoked. French and Germans to close to Russia. New iron curtain down the English channel. Well done NI on today's bold move. IMHO
In the next 12 month I have a feeling that Wales, England and Scotland will be in a position if not so already that if it brings employment then we're going to have to accept anything. We are currently at the beginning of a huge down turn in economy. With people having to foot this giant bill. That's not a good sign for anyone invested. I'm hoping this goes from strength to strength but must also mention 8 am no longer invested here as I'm currently going through my own personal financial crisis. GLA here
If we had a proper Tory gvt during this crisis only the elderly and at risk would of had measures to protect them. This bill that we all have to pay should be nowhere near as high as it is. NOBODY including media is holding anyone to account. Labour are even following the Tories in the narrative FFS. This is deliberately orchestrated Theatre for what ever reasons I do t claim to know and will not speculate. My suspicions are it's more to do with the rise of the Russo Chinese alliance. My honest opinion is we won't see inflation rise because nobody in the next 6 to 12 month is having any spare cash. Business bankruptcy us going to be rife. And LLOY just got into the housing game because they know there's going to be a hell of a lot of unpaid mortgages coming round being in prime position to hold the assets it wants and get rid of the ones it does not. And if course after special Divi announcement (that nobody knows the true value owed to the share holder) in pops BOE FCA HMG etc. To announce stress testing and hold on divi payments all the while the fat cats continue to feed from the misery that they themselves created.
I'm out now. I pay £8 a month for 8gb of data. No live TV so no licence fee to pay. No TV package or broadband no other finance other than a mortgage. The money I have is held now in reserve for a rainy day. I work for a living and have cut every single unnecessary from my bills as any normal person would. I am struggling but I'm sure there are plenty more out there worse off than me. Just giving some folk a reality check here as all social media conversation s are based on people living a lie. Reality is on its way and some folk are going get hurt bad. I'm not here to deramp etc just letting people know what people down here on the bottom rungs are facing.
I was going to write a huge piece about how little money we all have now compared to a few years back. Recession NO. Depression YES. that is where we are now. I work and am already in a position where I can't afford to heat my home on cold days. Just a few hours in the evening and then it's off. Forget covid death figures I'm more interested in pensioners death rates from being in a worse position than myself. Of course the science will say they died WITH covid and it all gets brushed under the carpet. Boris will be heating No10 with no concern and all Starmer can see is opportunity for one's self. The only choice now is either far left or far right now unfortunately because those in the money have no care,concern, or concept of how hard we are going to have it. I'm seriously considering just folding my hand and putting my sofa in the front garden and getting a 24 pack of Stella living the dream instead of this nightmare the working man is facing today, tomorrow and for at least a decade or 3.
RE: Public sector borrowing nears £147bn25 Jan 2022 11:54
Imho it's all just a smoke screen. Another label of divide so nobody can discuss the true 17611 deaths only of covid (ONS) or the parties of do as I say not as I do. Or the fact we are in the midst of a self created depression by politicians that have all been following the same narrative around the globe whilst fleecing the tax payer all the while. Or the fact that the be all and end all of all this b0110x5 is those that had money and assets are now pegged down and worth a whole lot less than they would of been had we not created the ripe environment for a banking crisis. We don't want to let those below us come too close to our level in society. We are the ones who own the monopoly to financial success and will never relinquish that power. Or fight the wars we use to create divide. Let's add 1% on to national insurance that's on top of the 1.5% previously addedbut we won't call it a 2.5% rise in NI. Let's get those fuel bills up £1200 a year keep petrol at around £1.50 a litre, wages low interest rates higher. It's all designed to keep the divided working person divided and down. Never mind a war against Russia they need to shore up the defenses of London from their own people first IMHO
Forget the beer. If this gets above 1 gold nugget, does anybody fancy joining up in the capital to blow a bit on expensive women and plenty of Charlie? We can pretend like we're 1 of the ol school stock traders that walked the floor back in the day.