You can believe what you want but I am more confident than ever that there will be two independent nations in the foreseeable future. Scotland because Brown's five vows and traitor Wood's "there's no more oil.... oops, I didn't spot that multi billions of barrels just lying there. Now, where did I put my knighthood" will not be believed. Vote No to stay in the EU was a very hollow promise. And a United Ireland because the Unionists have been outbred.
Look at the numbers. Already the majority of working / voting age people in Northern Ireland (according to 2016 numbers) sees the Catholic population in the majority by a fair margin. This will increase over times. A simple referendum in 20 to 30 years will see a United Ireland. At least then the backstop issue would be resolved :-).
Thank you very much for you benign paternalism. I so agree that the skilled and articulate Westminster Government would look after us poor and illiterate Scots so much better than anything we can do. Thank you, I doff my virtual cloth cap to you.
The Benn Act does indeed state the end of January 2020 and, yes, the EU can say no or just give a week. I have no issue with that. As I said, I would love a hard Brexit so Scotland and Ireland can become independent. I voted to leave, along with many others, to ensure a second independence referendum. How England and Wales get by afterwards is of no interest or concern of mine. I only have two goals. An independent Scotland and a United Ireland.
And if BloJo ignores the rule of law and does not go for an extension this evening then the Courts will step in and do it for him. I would love a hard Brexit, Scotlan would become an independent country together with a United Ireland. I'm sure England and Wales will enjoy their new life together.
But when you read the article it is all about government i.e central banks taking control. For order and stability this means linking a state crypto to the national currency. I dont see anyone other than commercial banks getting a look in if that article is to be believed.
Davidpqz Take 20 organised shorters and you can have a 10% short without informing the regulator. Acting in concert to sell and to buy.
Shorters often say that shorting a stock provides liquidity. In this instance our beleagured fund can provide as much liquidity as needed all on their own. One good thing about shorting is that it makes the top ups great value for money though that means there is less for shorters to buy back.